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Maple Leafs Set To Score Big In First Round of 2015 NHL Draft

Entering arguably one of the strongest drafts in recent years, it’s going to be pretty hard for Toronto to strike out swinging with the fourth overall selection. Dylan Strome is expected to develop into an elite centre, Mitch Marner into a top line winger and Noah Hanifin should transition into a first pairing defenseman. Blue liner Ivan Provorov and centre …

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Connor Brown Continues to Beat Out the Odds

This Toronto Maple Leafs season was so terrible that people failed to focus on an incredible highlight amidst the chaos: the incredible development of Connor Brown. The 21-year-old right-winger leads the Toronto Marlies with 60 points (20G, 40A) in 73 games, carrying exactly where he left off a year ago. During his final OHL season, Brown captained the Erie Otters …

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Four Key Reasons to Keep Supporting the Maple Leafs

1. The Season is Finally Over It’s been a forgettable year for the Toronto Maple Leafs but the nightmare ends tonight when they face the Montreal Canadienes at 7 p.m. The Leafs rank 26 giving up 3.14 goals-against-per-game and sit in the bottom 10 involving special teams. Jerseys were tossed, ticket prices plummeted and Toronto’s top line forgot how to …

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How Toronto Fans Could Be Making The Leafs Situation Worse

Some of them really aren’t helping. Jordan Mady Facebook: Twitter: Hocked on Hockey Magazine® Website: Facebook: Twitter: Pinterest: Instagram: G+:

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Why Steve Dangle & The Jersey Tossers Are RIGHT

Are you a jersey tosser? Jordan argues that you may be right for doing so. Facebook: Twitter: Hocked on Hockey Magazine® Website: Facebook: Twitter: Pinterest: Instagram: G+:

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Defending Kessel: A Statistical Look

The past few days, Phil Kessel has been called many things: enigmatic, untradeable, unreliable, uncoachable, and another plethora of adjectives that start with un-. Statistically speaking, though, Phil Kessel is not enigmatic whatsoever; but a player that is highly valued in a middle-of-the-road to lower-quality team. Whether it’s the culture that made Phil Kessel the way he is, or whether …

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