2020-21 East Division Preview

The new East Division looks to be a dangerous one, guaranteeing one or maybe two talented teams could find themselves missing the playoffs. Let’s take a look at how the division could be shaping up. #8 – New Jersey Devils The Devils are in the thick of a rebuild and got thrown into one tough … Continue reading 2020-21 East Division Preview

2020-21 North Division Preview

Hockey is finally right around the corner, and with it comes a great deal of excitement. This season, NHL fans will be treated to four new divisions due to the Covid-19 Pandemic, including the North Division, which includes all seven Canadian franchises. This division is sure to be intense, as new rivalries will be created … Continue reading 2020-21 North Division Preview

What getting Alexis Lafrenière means for the New York Rangers

The New York Rangers were one of eight teams to be eliminated from the NHL's qualifying round thanks to losing three straight games at the hands of the Carolina Hurricanes. It marked the end of what should be considered a strong year for the franchise. After finishing with the 5th worst record in the Eastern … Continue reading What getting Alexis Lafrenière means for the New York Rangers

The Toronto Maple Leafs Decade Journey: 2014-2015

With the hiring of new President Brenden Shanahan, Maple Leafs fans knew change would likely come, but to what degree and how fast was still unknown. Shanahan seemed determined to give this team’s core a chance to play some games in front of him before he started making monumental decisions on this team’s future. So, … Continue reading The Toronto Maple Leafs Decade Journey: 2014-2015

The Toronto Maple Leafs Decade Journey: 2013-2014

Unlike most years, July 5th marked the start of the new Calendar year in the NHL. This was yet another unnecessary one-time-only change thanks to the lockout. This first day of free agency was set out to be a very busy one for GM Dave Nonis. After freeing up a whole lot of salary cap … Continue reading The Toronto Maple Leafs Decade Journey: 2013-2014

The Toronto Maple Leafs Decade Journey: 2012-2013

July 1st proved to be another busy day for Brian Burke, but with already one major addition to the core with JVR, it was a day to add to the depth of this team. Penalty killing specialist Jay McClement was signed to a two year, 3-million-dollar contract. Matt Frattin also earned himself an NHL contract … Continue reading The Toronto Maple Leafs Decade Journey: 2012-2013

The Toronto Maple Leafs Decade Journey: 2011-2012

The Previous season on July 1st, the circus of the NHL was focused on free agent superstar Ilya Kovalchuk, but the Maple Leafs stayed out of the chase. This year though, the prize free agent was centre Brad Richards and the Leafs certainly wanted him. He was the first line centre the Leafs have been … Continue reading The Toronto Maple Leafs Decade Journey: 2011-2012

Maple Leafs Fire Mike Babcock, Hire Keefe as New Coach

The Mike Babcock era has officially ended in Toronto. Babcock lead this team to a 173-133-45 record during his time as head coach. As much as this decision doesn't come as a surprise out of left field given their current record of 9-10-4, many believed he would be given some more time to help work … Continue reading Maple Leafs Fire Mike Babcock, Hire Keefe as New Coach