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Toronto Maple Leafs: Kings or Jesters?

Toronto Maple Leafs: Kings or Jesters?

William Wilson March 13, 2014 22

The argument could very easily be made that the Toronto Maple Leafs are the closest thing to royalty in the NHL. Think about it: they have a storied history, loyal (mindless?) fan base and

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Further Changes Ahead for Toronto Maple Leafs

Further Changes Ahead for Toronto Maple Leafs

William Wilson June 28, 2013 0

Dave Nonis continues to express lukewarm interest in retaining the services of pending unrestricted free agent Tyler Bozak. Speaking before this weekend’s NHL Entry Draft, Nonis told reporters that he doesn’t foresee any movement

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Falling Leafs

Falling Leafs

William Wilson January 17, 2013 0

Update: As expected, Connolly cleared waivers and will now join the Marlies. Under the new CBA, the Leafs can recall him at any time without going through the waiver process again. Expect to see

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Center of Controversy?

Center of Controversy?

William Wilson August 24, 2012 4

If Toronto is the center of the hockey universe, then there might be trouble at its heart. Since the departure of former captain and Nordic hockey god Mats Sundin, the Leafs have found themselves

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Rangers Eliminate Capitals Advance To Eastern Finals

Jeremy Wiebe May 12, 2012 4

  It has been said over and over, but it bears repeating. You play an 82 game regular season for home ice advantage in Game 7. The New York Rangers are prime examples of

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Rangers Steal One

Jeremy Wiebe May 7, 2012 3

  It looked like the Washington Capitals had this one in the bag. Up 2-1 in the third period, the Capitals were playing their trap that coach Dale Hunter has successfully instilled into this

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Caps Even The Series

Jeremy Wiebe April 30, 2012 3

Maybe this benching Alexander Ovechkin trend isn’t such a bad idea after all. Despite only playing a season low 13:36 of ice time, the Great 8 fired a wrist shot from the blue line

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