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?
Coming into Saturday’s third installment of the Battle of Ontario, the Leafs had lost each of their last four games. Three of those featured blown third-period leads, which have once again become an issue for the team after being its Achilles heel for much of last season. Looking at the glass half-full, the team had
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
“The Vezina Trophy is an annual award given to the goalkeeper adjudged to be the best at this position as voted by the general managers of all NHL clubs.” That is how the trophy is described on nhl.com. The end of the year is a good time to evaluate what we have seen and determine who
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
Toronto Maple Leafs hockey is finally back. The Leafs’ expectations coming into the 2017-18 season are sky high for the team, especially after the surprise playoff berth they achieved last year. The Maple Leafs opened their season by thumping the Winnipeg Jets to the tune of 7-2. It was a massive win for the Leafs,