With the Seattle Kraken coming to the NHL in 2021-22, TSN Senior Hockey Reporter Frank Seravalli takes a cursory look at the Canadian teams’ protected lists.
by: KatyaKnappe — SB Nation: Pension Plan Puppets 21 Sep
The rich teams win by giving big signing bonuses concept is about to meet a whole new contract reality.
by: Dave Stevenson — Fansided: Puck Prose 19 Sep
Here's how the Toronto Maple Leafs can create enough cap space to sign Alex Pietrangelo without trading any of their major stars. Alex Pietrangelo is going...
by: @JacketsInsider — NHL: Columbus Blue Jackets 3h
History shows what kind of player Columbus can expect from the choice
by: The Old Prof — The Hockey Writers 17 Sep
One date that is approaching is the date that NHL teams must tender qualifying offers. Who will the Maple Leafs qualify? Who won't they?
by: Jon Steitzer — The Nation Network: Maple Leafs Nation 17 Sep
It’s no secret that the Leafs have been built to celebrate skill, and beat their opposition with speed and accuracy, and pretty goals. Though that hasn’t really worked a whole lot for t…
by: Sportsnet Staff — Sportsnet 16 Sep
Toronto Maple Leafs forward Kyle Clifford is set to test free agency next month, according to his agent.
by: N/A — Hockey Buzz 15 Sep
Will the Leafs follow the path of the Stars?? Perry and Sekera both signed one-year deals for $1.5 Million with bonuses, and have contributed in veteran depth roles.
by: Rory Boylen — Sportsnet 11 Sep
A couple of weeks after trading Kasperi Kapanen to the Pittsburgh Penguins, we're still awaiting what's next from Toronto GM Kyle Dubas, who is expected to be busy this off-season. Here are three possibilities of what could follow.
by: Jon Steitzer — The Nation Network: Maple Leafs Nation 10 Sep
The simple answer is draft next the Erik Karlsson. Easy peasy. He was a 15th overall pick. The Leafs have the 15th overall pick and it’s a great draft year. Let’s just do that. On the …
by: Scott Maxwell — The Nation Network: Maple Leafs Nation 6 Sep
The Leafs are well into their offseason, and while there’s still hockey to be played, the Leafs focuses are on next season and what improvements they can make to the roster to finally put the…
by: The Old Prof — The Hockey Writers 6 Sep
The Maple Leafs have been eliminated from postseason play, but there's still work to do building next season's team. What's happening?