Maple Leafs Team Analysis
Have the Leafs finished their offseason business, and this is it until training camp?
There’s a few ???. There’s not much cap space.
One theory says the Leafs have been a great team with terrible goalies. Is that true, or is there a hidden flaw on the team itself?
Roster changes, and a full year with one coach have made the Leafs over into something very familiar.
Halfway for the Leafs, that is. Who else matters?
Anytime you can get a Vezina performance out of your backup, you should capitalize on it.
No, I’m not telling you there’s a chance.
Not every NHL-contracted player has been idle for much of this year, some have been very busy.
Let’s see if we can make a roster that’s cheaper, not much worse, and leaves enough room for Pietrangelo
Last year, the inefficient cap hits were obvious, but the simple days of cleaning up past mistakes are gone.
My head and my heart are at war over how to beat the trapping Blue Jackets.
Today’s Retro May post is a fresh look back at the Kadri trade.
The NHLers under contract for next year plus the expiring RFAs are the core of the Leafs and the Marlies. Where is the roster thin?
Ceci is out, so is Rielly, so how are the Leafs going to manage their short-, medium- and long-term defence roster?
The Leafs lost a lot before the break, so let’s have a look again at how much they have to win to fix this.
Sheldon Keefe and Kyle Dubas have made hockey fun.
Or so people keep saying. I test the tandem narrative in part one of a series on goalies, backups, rest and usage.