The Toronto Maple Leafs’ season is over after losing to the Boston Bruins by a score of 7-4 in Game 7 of the first round of the playoffs. The Leafs led the game a few times, up 1-0 and 2-1 in the first period and up 4-3 going into the third, but imploded in the
The Toronto Maple Leafs have done several things right over the course of the last few hockey seasons. They have drafted phenomenally, brought in the right hockey people to the front office and made some key trades at critical positions such as goaltending. The trade for Frederik Andersen is the main reason the Leafs have
The Toronto Maple Leafs success this season can be attributed to one player, Frederik Andersen. Although Auston Matthews has led the way with timely goals and dominance in the offensive zone, Andersen has been the one to have elevated this team to be the third best team in the Atlantic Division and the Eastern Conference.
Like every all-star event in every sport, there’s been conversation after conversation about which players were snubbed of the chance to play in the mid-season classic. For me, it was Toronto’s Frederik Andersen. While questions of why he wasn’t named to the team circulate, a bigger question remains on the table – who really cares?
After the Toronto Maple Leafs blew a 2-0 lead Thursday night against the Philadelphia Flyers, eventually losing 3-2 in overtime, goaltender Frederik Andersen let his team have it. “We’ve got to regroup, I think we’ve got to figure out who wants to commit to playing for the team. “I don’t think we’re tired. I
We’re only five games into the regular season but fans still have a lot of thoughts about the Toronto Maple Leafs. The team is off to a 4-1-0 start and is poised to be one of the top teams in the Eastern Conference this season. But is the hot start just that, or is it a
The Toronto Maple Leafs are almost ready to go for the 2017-18 NHL season. They will embark upon a campaign full of expectations set on them from management, coaches, the fans and themselves. They were a young group last year and were upstarts who found some success. They were a young group last year and
The Buffalo Sabres have signed Robin Lehner to a one year deal for an unconfirmed $4 million AAV and avoided an arbitration hearing scheduled for this week. This deal is another smart move by new GM Jason Botterill. The key is that, remarkably, Lehner will still be an RFA when his contract expires. Lehner will become