1. Toronto Maple Leafs 2012 Retrospective and 2013 Projection

    The Toronto media and fans have taken another season out of the playoffs badly (to say the least). The amount of finger pointing and accusations of negligence has been truly astounding...

    Mark Gregory Written by Mark Gregory about over 2 years ago 338 reads 48 comments

  2. Depth of the 2011-2012 Toronto Maple Leafs: The Key to the Postseason

    Never in recent history has the Toronto Maple Leafs ' roster had such depth in every position. Of course, the Leafs are bereft of elite talent of a Crosby or Stamkos, but even with ...

    Mark Gregory Written by Mark Gregory about 3 years ago 986 reads 85 comments

  3. Philadelphia Flyers: Can Free Agents Trust the Organization Ever Again?

    With NHL free agency rapidly descending upon us July 1st, I have examined the list of the unrestricted players available...

    Mark Gregory Written by Mark Gregory about over 3 years ago 2,757 reads 55 comments

  4. Future of the Toronto Maple Leafs Prospects Projected Today

    Brian Burke, hired Fri Nov 28, 2008, has now had time to put his stamp on the lineup of the Toronto Maple Leafs...

    Mark Gregory Written by Mark Gregory about over 3 years ago 1,978 reads 35 comments

  5. Steven Stamkos to Toronto Maple Leafs for Kulemin, Grabovski, Clarke MacArthur

    My previous post was in regards to acquiring the best available free agent to fill the No. 1 center position for the Leafs. My logic being that acquiring a center to feed Kessel is the No...

    Mark Gregory Written by Mark Gregory about over 3 years ago 12,782 reads 301 comments

  6. Ville Leino: Why the Toronto Maple Leafs Should Sign Him as Their No. 1 Center

    Leino meshes well with the overall rebuild plan, a young 27-year-old, 6’1" 183 lbs player who could be acquired without the liability of signing a massive long term contract to, for example, Brad Richards...

    Mark Gregory Written by Mark Gregory about over 3 years ago 4,453 reads 193 comments

  7. Burke Educates Toronto Fans

    First Burke added the word truculence to the vocabulary of Leaf Fans, and now he has educated all of Toronto what Thomas Kaberle is worth…....

    Mark Gregory Written by Mark Gregory about over 4 years ago 602 reads 37 comments

  8. Leafs Need Leadership: They Should Reach Out to Chris Chelios

    The Leafs will sink or swim with Francois Beauchemin and Michael Komisarek as they both have signed long term contracts with the Leafs, so they will be around a long while...

    Mark Gregory Written by Mark Gregory about 5 years ago 261 reads 14 comments

  9. Something Is Rotten in Leaf Land: Wilson Must Go

    The Leafs are winless after five games, after dropping another game 7-2 to the Rangers in New York. Leafs follow the same script again. 1. A weak start in the first period. Fall behind early...

    Mark Gregory Written by Mark Gregory about 5 years ago 1,048 reads 30 comments

  10. Toronto Falls Short, but the Monster Is Solid Against Ottawa

    Jonas Gustavsson got the start tonight against Ottawa, and looked solid in his first NHL start. Hockey is a game of millimeters and that continued to be the case tonight as a reviewed goal—disputed ...

    Mark Gregory Written by Mark Gregory about 5 years ago 146 reads 4 comments

  11. Ron Wilson's Loyalty to Dead Wood Results in Capital Punishment

    Wilson’s insistence on going with a veteran lineup has stalled the momentum that the infectious “Kid line” brought with them to the Leafs' lineup during the preseason...

    Mark Gregory Written by Mark Gregory about 5 years ago 402 reads 43 comments

  12. Toronto Maple Leafs Beat Themselves, Montreal Canadians Steal Opener in OT

    Ron Wilson’s decision to start Vesa Toskala led directly to the Leafs defeat 4-3 in OT in the season opener...

    Mark Gregory Written by Mark Gregory about 5 years ago 391 reads 5 comments

  13. Leafs Report: Old Boys Trump Promising Rookies

    The best players in camp this year have been Stalberg, Rosehill, Macdonald, Bozak, Kadri and Hanson; all of them rookies and according to the Star, none will have earned a regular spot on the Leafs roster so far...

    Mark Gregory Written by Mark Gregory about 5 years ago 612 reads 12 comments

  14. In Burke we Trust, Toronto is a Stanley Cup Contender

    Years of broken dreams have left many cynical and unable to recognize that the Toronto Maple Leafs are finally for real...

    Mark Gregory Written by Mark Gregory about 5 years ago 902 reads 28 comments

  15. NHL Heavyweights: Tale of the Tape

    The dynamics of what make a winning team has changed since I’ve been a hockey fan, from the slapshot “put on the foil”, 70’s of bench clearing brawls, to the high flying Oilers dynasties, ...

    Mark Gregory Written by Mark Gregory about over 5 years ago 1,749 reads 0 comments

  16. Stanley Cup Prediction 2009-2010, A New Champion is Crowned

    It’s that time of year when hope springs eternal; everyone is equal out of the gate. Recap- Detroit looked unstoppable throughout the season until they met Anaheim in round two of the Western conference...

    Mark Gregory Written by Mark Gregory about over 5 years ago 967 reads 10 comments

  17. Hockey Heros a Breed Apart

    What Canadian boy grew up without a hockey hero? Lemaire to Yvan Cournoyer streaking down the wing, he shoots! And what a save by Tony O. Yes I was a goalie growing up and I have always rooted for the underdog...

    Mark Gregory Written by Mark Gregory about over 5 years ago 82 reads 0 comments

  18. Will the Toronto Maple Leafs Finally Make the NHL Playoffs?

    Most editorials I’ve read lately suggest the Toronto Maple Leafs have marginally improved, but are a long shot to make the playoffs...

    Mark Gregory Written by Mark Gregory about over 5 years ago 314 reads 16 comments