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Watch: Flames, Oilers set record for fastest 4 goals in playoff history

The Battle of Alberta continued to live up to the hype. The Calgary Flames and Edmonton Oilers set an NHL record Thursday for the fastest four goals scored in playoff history, lighting the lamp in 1:11 during the second period of Game 5. Oilers forward Zach Hyman started the madness...
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Maple Leafs’ 2022 Offseason Trade Targets: Anaheim Ducks

Welcome to my new series ‘2022 Offseason Trade Targets’ where we’ll examine several teams the Toronto Maple Leafs could be interested in doing business with this summer. From minor moves to blockbuster deals, I’ll cover them all as we dive into some potential trade options for general manager (GM) Kyle Dubas.
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Maple Leafs’ News & (Mostly) Rumors: Muzzin, Nylander & Subban

In this edition of Toronto Maple Leafs News & Rumors, I’ll take a look at three players who are the topics of recent Maple Leafs rumors. Two of these players are already on the team’s roster; and, if there’s any merit to these rumors, might be on their way out of town. Those two players are Jake Muzzin and William Nylander.
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Maple Leafs Have Roster Answers in Pontus Holmberg

The storyline for the Toronto Maple Leafs this offseason is — and surely will continue to be — the salary cap and how they will have to manage the team’s salary to fill holes within the lineup. Case and point, this week the team went out and...
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Maple Leafs Have a Decision to Make About Ondrej Kase

The Toronto Maple Leafs have found themselves among the teams making big moves in previous offseasons. They made the “big splash” prior to 2018-19 by signing John Tavares, they traded Nazem Kadri to the Colorado Avalanche in July 2019, and they signed defenseman T.J. Brodie prior to the 2020-21 season. This past offseason, general manager Kyle Dubas mostly kept things on the down low, but still made good on most of his signings. The ironic part here is that of Dubas’ five major offseason signings, the two most expensive ones were the ones that failed the most.
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Morning Flurries: Feeling the Blues

The Colorado Avalanche were feeling good and up 3-0 and were just some minutes away from booking the Western Conference Final, but the St. Louis Blues came back and stormed their way to an overtime win. Despite the series still going on, this feels like a different team and not...
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How much will it cost the Maple Leafs to re-sign Jack Campbell?

Easily the biggest question mark for the Toronto Maple Leafs this offseason is goaltending. Jack Campbell’s unrestricted free agent status is going to make for a difficult but vital decision from Leafs management regarding the immediate future of the team. Do they believe in Campbell as a long-term starting...
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3 Toronto Marlies that should be brought back next season

The Marlies began this past season with what was believed to be an incredibly strong team, but things didn’t work out that way. When the Maple Leafs organization maneuvered into having their AHL team be solely focused on development, there was expectation that results would change. On any given night, the Marlies had up to seven rookies in their lineup and it was going to take some time before we see success from a group like that.
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Lightning look to play long enough to get Brayden Point back

TAMPA — Steven Stamkos knows the feeling, what it’s like having to watch while your teammates chase greatness. “The worst feeling as an athlete is not being able to perform, especially at this time of the year,” said Stamkos, who missed all but two minutes, 47 seconds of the Lightning’s 2020 run to the first of back-to-back Stanley Cup championships with a core muscle injury.
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Toronto Maple Leafs Rumors: Anaheim Goalie John Gibson

The Toronto Maple Leafs have shown interest in John Gibson in the past, and sounds like they may have interest again. It is believed that Toronto general manager Kyle Dubas will attempt to re-sign Jack Campbell. If Dubas and Campbell’s agent can’t agree on a new deal, a trade with the Anaheim Ducks is a possibility.
ANAHEIM, CA
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NHL Rumors: Maple Leafs, Avalanche, Canadiens, Bruins, Thornton News

In today’s NHL rumors rundown, is Jake Muzzin expendable now that the Toronto Maple Leafs have signed Mark Giordano to a team-friendly deal? In Colorado, the Avalanche are getting the best out of Nazem Kadri. Does that mean it’s going to be even more difficult to retain him as...
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Maple Leafs’ 2022 Offseason Trade Targets: Chicago Blackhawks

Welcome to my new series ‘2022 Offseason Trade Targets’ where we’ll examine several teams the Toronto Maple Leafs could be interested in doing business with this summer. From minor moves to blockbuster deals, I’ll cover them all as we dive into some potential trade options for general manager (GM) Kyle Dubas.
CHICAGO, IL
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Maple Leafs Can Address Missing Killer Instinct in Free Agency

With the Toronto Maple Leafs already starting to make some offseason decisions, the notion of killer instinct came up once again during the end of season press conference. Maple Leafs president Brendan Shanahan alluded that the team is still trying to locate that aspect that was missing in their playoff series loss to the Montreal Canadiens in the 2021 playoffs.
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Maple Leafs’ Quick Hits: Giordano on Keefe, Robertson & Nylander

In this edition of Toronto Maple Leafs Quick Hits, I’ll take a look at some of the events occurring around the Maple Leafs and the players who play on the team. First, I’ll take a look at newly-signed defenseman Mark Giordano and share one of the reasons he said he stayed with the Maple Leafs rather than look anywhere else for hockey employment.
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The Maple Leafs shouldn’t rely on in-house goaltending if they trade Petr Mrazek

After a not-so-stellar first season in Toronto, it seems like Petr Mrazek’s time in the Maple Leafs might already be coming to an end. The 30-year-old had multiple injuries throughout the season and it felt like he never played a stretch of games with consistency. There were already a few question marks when Maple Leafs GM Kyle Dubas signed Mrazek last off-season.
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