1. Maple Leafs Week in Review: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

    It was an up-and-down week, to say the least, for the Toronto Maple Leafs . There were several moments of very good hockey, very good goaltending and many reasons to be optimistic about the season...

    Matthew Sookram Written by Matthew Sookram about over 1 year ago 1,489 reads 19 comments

  2. Maple Leafs Week in Review: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

    The Toronto Maple Leafs continue to play impressive hockey. Considering they don't have a lot of scoring power, and now that a few bigger names have fallen to the injured reserve, ...

    Matthew Sookram Written by Matthew Sookram about over 1 year ago 101 reads 60 comments

  3. Why the Toronto Blue Jays Do Not Need to Sign Josh Johnson Long Term

    The Toronto Blue Jays have done a tremendous job remodeling their team into a playoff contender during the offseason. No, make that a World Series contender...

    Matthew Sookram Written by Matthew Sookram about over 1 year ago 2,977 reads 12 comments

  4. Maple Leafs Week in Review: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

    Toronto Maple Leafs fans were treated to an exceptional week of hockey. Minus Monday's loss against the Carolina Hurricanes, the Blue and White played high-calibre hockey on the road...

    Matthew Sookram Written by Matthew Sookram about over 1 year ago 1,262 reads 5 comments

  5. Toronto Maple Leafs Week in Review: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

    Three games this past week for the Blue and White, all involving teams that are projected to have a better season than the Leafs...

    Matthew Sookram Written by Matthew Sookram about over 1 year ago 688 reads 8 comments

  6. Why the Esmil Rogers Trade Was a Good Move for the Blue Jays

    The Toronto Blue Jays have been making a lot of minor moves lately. If you have been watching their activity on the waiver wire, you would have seen multiple names come and go through the Jays' system; a few of them pitchers...

    Matthew Sookram Written by Matthew Sookram about over 1 year ago 3,617 reads 10 comments

  7. How Can the Toronto Blue Jays Recapture the Glory Days of the Early '90s?

    The Toronto Blue Jays were a great team to watch back in the glory days of the '90s. They had everything you need in a competitive team. They had top-of-the-line, well-known players...

    Matthew Sookram Written by Matthew Sookram about 2 years ago 1,156 reads 0 comments

  8. 15 Free Agents That Would Put the Toronto Maple Leafs into the Playoffs

    Like all major sports, the NHL is more of a business than anything else. The reason the players are on their respective teams is because of the owners and the GM’s who decide ...

    Matthew Sookram Written by Matthew Sookram about 2 years ago 6,045 reads 31 comments

  9. 5 Free Agents the Maple Leafs Should Hotly Pursue This Summer

    Just two rounds remain in the 2012 NHL playoffs, and Toronto Maple Leaf fans continue to watch without the ability to cheer on their favorite team...

    Matthew Sookram Written by Matthew Sookram about 2 years ago 107 reads 50 comments

  10. Toronto Blue Jays: Is Brandon Morrow Back to His Old Ways?

    Since joining the Blue Jays in 2010, Brandon Morrow had grown a reputation of being a strikeout pitcher. He notched 178 Ks through 26 games in his first season north of the border...

    Matthew Sookram Written by Matthew Sookram about 2 years ago 1,457 reads 3 comments

  11. Toronto Maple Leafs: Time for Dion Phaneuf to Be Stripped of His Captaincy?

    Charlie Conacher. Ted Kennedy. George Armstrong. Darryl Sitttler. Wendel Clarke. Mats Sundin. Dion Phaneuf . This is a very brief timeline of the different captains in Toronto Maple Leafs history...

    Matthew Sookram Written by Matthew Sookram about over 2 years ago 4,002 reads 56 comments

  12. Toronto Blue Jays: Is Kyle Drabek's Hot Start Proof He's Officially Arrived?

    There are many questions asked in spring that have to wait until fall to be answered. In the case of Kyle Drabek , we may need to only wait a few more weeks to see how he answers the titled question...

    Matthew Sookram Written by Matthew Sookram about over 2 years ago 1,107 reads 2 comments

  13. NHL's 30 Greatest Playoff Players

    The 2011-2012 playoffs have so far been intense and a lot of fun to watch. Some players are nearing the ends of their careers and looking for a way to leave a lasting impression with their fans and teammates...

    Matthew Sookram Written by Matthew Sookram about over 2 years ago 3,377 reads 20 comments

  14. Toronto Blue Jays: How Long Before Colby Rasmus Is Considered a Bust?

    If you ask any St. Louis Cardinals fan, they would probably tell you that Colby Rasmus already is a bust. The trade that sent him to Toronto inevitably helped them win the 2011 World Series...

    Matthew Sookram Written by Matthew Sookram about over 2 years ago 293 reads 19 comments

  15. Toronto Maple Leafs Draft 2012: Holes They Can Fill at the NHL Draft

    Ever since the lottery draft earlier this week, there has been a lot of speculation from not only fellow writers on Bleacher Report , but from writers all over the web as to whom the Maple Leafs and every NHL team should pick in June...

    Matthew Sookram Written by Matthew Sookram about over 2 years ago 6,666 reads 100 comments

  16. Toronto Blue Jays: Why the AL East Is Ripe for the Picking in 2012

    Much like their roster, the Blue Jays season is young. But after the great spring training and a few early wins there is a buzz going about the city of Toronto. Some say it’s premature, and I tend to agree...

    Matthew Sookram Written by Matthew Sookram about over 2 years ago 1,656 reads 0 comments

  17. 2012 NHL Draft: 5 Players the Maple Leafs Could Acquire with the Fifth Pick

    After a disappointing season, Toronto Maple Leafs' fans were hoping that they would beat the odds and end up with the first overall pick in this year’s NHL entry draft...

    Matthew Sookram Written by Matthew Sookram about over 2 years ago 5,368 reads 25 comments

  18. Toronto Maple Leafs and Steven Stamkos: What Could Have Been

    The Maple Leafs had one goal on their mind in last night’s victory, and that was to spoil the party for Steven Stamkos . Mission accomplished, buds...

    Matthew Sookram Written by Matthew Sookram about over 2 years ago 4,125 reads 20 comments

  19. 7 Youngsters Who Could Get Regular Playing Time with the Maple Leafs Next Year

    As the Toronto Maple Leafs start to trade in their hockey skates for their golf shoes, the other city's hockey team is about to enter the playoffs. The Toronto Marlies are heading to the playoffs under the guidance of head coach Dallas Eakins...

    Matthew Sookram Written by Matthew Sookram about over 2 years ago 1,468 reads 8 comments

  20. Toronto Maple Leafs: Does Trading Phil Kessel Make Sense?

    As the Toronto Maple Leafs are looking toward another long summer, people have been looking for answers to the question of what went wrong...

    Matthew Sookram Written by Matthew Sookram about over 2 years ago 3,222 reads 56 comments

  21. Toronto Maple Leafs: Is Brian Burke the Next One out the Door?

    As the season winds down to an end, the Maple Leafs see themselves once again on the outside of the playoff circle...

    Matthew Sookram Written by Matthew Sookram about over 2 years ago 1,834 reads 36 comments

  22. Toronto Maple Leafs Fire Ron Wilson: Is It Too Little Too Late?

    In a move that many fans and experts speculated over for a few weeks now, Maple Leafs President and General Manager Brian Burke has fired head coach Ron Wilson...

    Matthew Sookram Written by Matthew Sookram about over 2 years ago 461 reads 1 comments

  23. NHL Trade Deadline: 10 Players the Toronto Maple Leafs Should Aquire ASAP

    While the trade deadline is still over a month away, the rumors are heating up. There is much speculation over which players could be on the move. At the moment the Toronto Maple Leafs find themselves outside the playoff circle...

    Matthew Sookram Written by Matthew Sookram about over 2 years ago 7,890 reads 8 comments

  24. 2012 NHL All-Star Game: One All-Star Snub from Each NHL Team

    With the rosters for the All-Star game announced, there is sure to be plenty of discussion as to which of these players are truly deserving, and which are just there based on their name and past performances...

    Matthew Sookram Written by Matthew Sookram about over 2 years ago 5,818 reads 34 comments

  25. Toronto Maple Leafs: Recapping the Subpar Week

    It was a week that could have been much better for the Toronto Maple Leafs . They started on such a high note on Tuesday, when they captured their fourth straight win in a 2-0 victory over division rival Buffalo Sabres ...

    Matthew Sookram Written by Matthew Sookram about over 2 years ago 591 reads 2 comments