Auston Matthews

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Toronto Maple Leafs hockey is finally back. It’s the preseason and while the Leafs have yet to win an exhibition game, there is still an electricity in the air. The wins and losses don’t mean anything in the preseason. Most educated hockey fans are fully aware of this. The games do mean something for the
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The NHL preseason will take place throughout September with plenty of events for Maple Leafs’ fans to watch including: This preseason begins with much higher expectations for the Leafs, and a few questions still to be answered. Who Will the Leafs’ Sixth Defenceman Be? Most of the Leafs’ opening day roster is pretty predictable, but
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Auston Matthews was not only incredibly impressive in his rookie NHL season – he was borderline unstoppable. The first overall selection in the 2016 NHL Draft, Matthews quickly lived up to the massive expectations placed upon him by both the Toronto Maple Leafs and their devoted fan base in 2017-18. Following a sensational first game
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The latest offseason stories surrounding the Toronto Maple Leafs are focusing on the team’s re-signing of Zach Hyman and what will happen with their other second-year restricted free-agent Connor Brown. In this week’s edition of the Maple Leafs Round Table, the panel discusses whether the Leafs will get their money’s worth with the Hyman contract,
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“Why do you guys want to talk to me? I’m nothing special,” joked Patrik Laine of the Winnipeg Jets after a late-March game in New Jersey. Quite modest for a kid who just turned 19-years-old after completing his first full NHL season with the Winnipeg Jets. The Jets, who jumped from 6th to 2nd in
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