The Toronto Maple Leafs have completed four of eight pre-season games, but haven’t made any cuts since before game one. That means it’s time to figure out which players will be cut.
Maple Leafs make the first cuts from training camp
With almost all of the junior hockey eligible players already gone, the Leafs will continue to fill out Toronto Marlies training camp where Ian Scott and Maksim Zhukov are waiting.
Kasimir Kaskisuo clears waivers; more cuts expected
If I had to guess at the next round of cuts, they’d be:
I have no reason for these, but I want to be able to point to players and go “See?! I told you!”
Anyway, here’s the news you may have missed over the weekend.
They say it's a shorthanded goal, but because of Muzzin, it was technically 4-on-4 pic.twitter.com/U8oBWLfBW7— Omar (@TicTacTOmar) September 22, 2019
This was the story of the game, according to every Leafs fan leaving HSBC First Key Marine Bank Midland Niagara Centre Arena Place on Saturday night.
Toronto Maple Leafs 2019-20 season preview
A young teen previews the Leafs.
Small, but important clarification to that Kasperi Kapanen quote on William Nylander: "I think he's going to go down as one of the **better** Swedish players to ever play."— Chris Johnston (@reporterchris) September 20, 2019
Still high praise.
Kappy knows what’s what.
Introducing Consistency to Expected Goals
Consistency is key.
Toronto Maple Leafs: Opening Night Roster Predictions- Part 2
How will the Leafs defence look?
Maple Leafs teenager Rasmus Sandin on cusp of big-league breakthrough
Sandin is making a lot of believers this pre-season.
Five Potential Trade Destinations Remaining for T.J. Brodie
Hopefully it goes badly.
Oh, and in case you missed it....
Back to Excited Episode 73: Atlantic Division Preview with Alan
Few bright spots in Leafs 5-3 loss to Sabres
European Report: Good news for Mikko Kokkonen
Enjoy your day everyone!