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Toronto Maple Leafs will win in the long run, trading Phil Kessel

In the world of hockey and specifically the NHL, all the talk is about the big trade between the Toronto Maple Leafs and Pittsburgh Penguins… 616 more words

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Toronto Maple Leafs in no rush to move Phil Kessel, other roster pieces: A recap of their picks, trades and more at the NHL Draft

Sunrise, Fla. – No phone call is just a phone call at the NHL Draft, just as there is no such thing as a friendly aside between old friends with battle scars and matching dentures. 1,101 more words

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Toronto Maple Leafs put Mitch Marner in blue with fourth pick in NHL Entry Draft

SUNRISE, Fla. – His shirt was blue, his tie was blue and, as Mitch Marner stepped onto the riser as a first-round draft pick of the Toronto Maple Leafs, it became obvious he was, in the most literal sense, blue right down to his socks. 757 more words

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Trio of Talent: A Look at the Leafs' Draft Decision

By: Chris Dagonas

Since the NHL Draft Lottery was held on April 18, fans of the Edmonton Oilers and Buffalo Sabres have been getting geared up for the major additions of Connor McDavid and Jack Eichel, respectively. 735 more words

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Shanahan on Kessel: ‘There’s been a lot of interest’

Toronto Maple Leafs president Brendan Shanahan admitted on Thursday that there has been significant interest on the availability of winger Phil Kessel, but on the eve of the NHL Draft, there’s no concrete offer on the table. 353 more words

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No GM, no problem for the Maple Leafs?

People can get pretty obsessed with job titles in sports, especially in a city where blame and attention are in such large supply as they are in Toronto. 387 more words

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The President Has No Clothes.

Here we go. I feel that the last few weeks has been a build-up to this; “What’s going to happen in Toronto?” The dust has finally settled after the ridiculous media circus that occured after Mike Babcock’s adaptation of Lebron James’ “The Decision”. 1,905 more words