My favourite Leaf, Tomas Kaberle, brought the Stanley Cup to Davisville Station yesterday ahead of the NHL All-Star game.

TTC riders get a glimpse of Stanley Cup ahead of NHL All-Star Game in Toronto
Some Torontonians got a surprise glimpse at hockey’s holy grail during their morning commute on the TTC.

Timmins was fined for his cross-check on potential future Leaf and brother of future Leaf, Brandon Tanev.

PWHL Toronto are hoping to string two wins in a row as they travel to Ottawa tonight.

PWHL - Professional Women’s Hockey League

Here's Brian's prospect report on Nikita Greb-HONK-in. He'll be popular in Kitchener-Waterloo.

Maple Leafs Prospect Report: Nikita Grebyonkin
Checking in on Toronto’s Russian all-star prospect, Nikita Grebyonkin, and how he’s been developing and improving in the KHL.

Here's the Blueprint for Samsonov's win.

A notebook on everything going on in Leafsland.

What’s happened to the once-dependable TJ Brodie? - Maple Leafs Notebook
The Maple Leafs finished their four-game West Coast trip at 2-2-0 and were tied in the third period of both regulation losses. It’s not an exceptional trip by any means, but by and large, they managed to collect some points and keep the wolves at bay. There’s a lot to talk about after a busy […]

Bob McKenzie has shared his mid-season rankings for the 2024 NHL Draft for the 40th time in his career. When Bob officially "retired", the gaping hole he left in hockey was so big he had to come back. Who knows what state we'll be in when he actually hangs 'em up.

Among the list are a handful of former NHLer names, including Tij Iginla, and Saku Koivu's son Aatos. What jumped out to me is Brandon Pridham's son, Jack Pridham, made the list as an HM. The RW from Stouffville is in the BCHL and will be heading to Boston University next season to play with consensus first pick Macklin Celebrini – for as long as he's there, which probably won't be long.

Macklin Celebrini the unanimous No. 1 prospect in Bob McKenzie’s mid-season draft ranking | TSN
Ten out of 10 NHL team scouts surveyed by TSN have the 17-year-old Boston University freshman centre at No. 1. Almost all of them can’t see anyone other than Celebrini going first overall on June 28.

The Peterborough Petes are leaning heavily into the black and white contract on the ice with their blackout jerseys.

None More Black: OHL’s Peterborough Petes Unveil New Third Jerseys
Team unveiled jerseys on website and social media on Saturday, January 20, and debuted them on the ice the same day