After picking up their first loser point of the year against Detroit, the Toronto Maple Leafs take on one of their major rivals — the Boston Bruins. Boston hasn’t had as much success as you’d expect so far this year, even with David Pastrnak among the league leaders in goals.

Amazing what losing your star center can do to your fortunes.

What’s that? The Leafs had Auston Matthews miss 14 games and Nylander for 28 games and still have the second best record in the league?

Guess when you actually build a team full of talent outside of one line, even missing two star players isn’t such a burden to bear.

Maple Leafs Depth Chart and Pipeline List have been updated | by Katya

Familiar faces and new stars highlight CWHL All-Star roster | by nafio and Annie

Nobody Is Going To Offer Sheet Matthews And Marner, And The Leafs Will Match If They Do | by Fulemin

Semyon Der-Arguchintsev is one of hockey’s most peculiar players and people | by Scort Whylor

Leafs Notebook: On William Nylander’s new contract and the full Leafs lineup | by Anthony Petrielli


A pair of Calgary Flames received suspensions after a rough game vs the Wild earlier this week.

Just give Polak the Norris now.

Just give Ottawa the first overall pick now. Wait...

Goalie temper tantrum!