1. Toronto Maple Leafs: Are Playoffs out of Reach Because of Overpaid Players?

    Certain players are just not living up to their end of the bargain. I’ve been a huge fan of what Brian Burke has done with his trades since he’s been here...

    Peter Bojarinov Written by Peter Bojarinov about over 2 years ago 1,187 reads 23 comments

  2. NHL 2012 All-Star Fantasy Draft: Father vs Son

    Well, tonight in the Bojarinov household, my father and I held our own All-Star fantasy draft. My father (Vasilji), being true to his Toronto heart, wanted to choose the team ...

    Peter Bojarinov Written by Peter Bojarinov about over 2 years ago 195 reads 0 comments

  3. Toronto Maple Leafs: Which Leafs Defenseman Should Get Traded?

    This afternoon the general manager of the Toronto Maple Leafs Brian Burke locked up veteran puck moving defenseman John-Michael Liles to a four year, 15.5 million dollar contract...

    Peter Bojarinov Written by Peter Bojarinov about over 2 years ago 5,112 reads 46 comments

  4. Ron Wilson: Does the Toronto Maple Leafs Coach Deserve a Contract Extension?

    First off, let’s look at the Toronto Maple Leafs , before Wilson got there. The Leafs had already missed the playoffs the previous three seasons, all since the NHL lockout...

    Peter Bojarinov Written by Peter Bojarinov about over 2 years ago 147 reads 0 comments

  5. World Junior Hockey: What Needs to Change in Ice Hockey

    In the Canada-Russia World Juniors semi-final game, which was full of momentum changes, in my opinion was the turning point. It was easily the biggest and most significant reason why the young Canadians lost the match...

    Peter Bojarinov Written by Peter Bojarinov about over 2 years ago 234 reads 1 comments

  6. Suspensions: NHL Should Give Longer Lengths Towards Them

    I think the suspensions should be dealt with a 25/50/25 ratio. 1. 1st 25%—Reputation, have they had a suspension before, who are they? Player types: Yes if it's Sidney Crosby ...

    Peter Bojarinov Written by Peter Bojarinov about over 3 years ago 91 reads 0 comments

  7. NHL: No More Head Shots, What the League Wants Is Fine by Me

    Last night was another example of what the NHL wants to take out of the league. Boston Bruin's forward Dan Paille hit Dallas Stars forward Raymond Sawada, while in a vulnerable position...

    Peter Bojarinov Written by Peter Bojarinov about over 3 years ago 95 reads 0 comments

  8. Atlanta Thrashers: First Quarter Report Card

    Let's take a look at the current Atlanta Thrashers roster and hand out some first-quarter report cards. The Thrashers currently sit eight in the Eastern Conference, which means they are on pace to make the playoffs...

    Peter Bojarinov Written by Peter Bojarinov about over 3 years ago 367 reads 0 comments

  9. Toronto Maple Leafs: The First Quarter Report Card

    Let's take a look at the current Toronto Maple Leaf roster and hand out some first-quarter report cards. The Leafs currently sit 11th in the Eastern Conference, and are only two points out of a playoff spot...

    Peter Bojarinov Written by Peter Bojarinov about over 3 years ago 710 reads 49 comments

  10. Peter Bojarinov Says: "It's Time For More Change For the Toronto Maple Leafs"

    Changes are coming for the Toronto Maple Leafs and these are some that I believe should be addressed: Ron Wilson needs to go : He’s driven the team only further into the ground...

    Peter Bojarinov Written by Peter Bojarinov about over 3 years ago 784 reads 18 comments

  11. Toronto Maple Leafs: Peter Bojarinov's View of the Team After 4 Weeks

    1. Offence gone south: The Maple Leafs have scored seven goals in the last six games, and of course they’ve been shutout in the last two...

    Peter Bojarinov Written by Peter Bojarinov about over 3 years ago 455 reads 8 comments

  12. Who Is The Best Player Not Playing in the NHL That Should Be?

    Leading his league in goals the past two seasons, a first team All-Star three seasons in a row and consistently putting in more points than games in the past four seasons, Alexandre Giroux is still waiting for a real chance to play in the NHL ...

    Peter Bojarinov Written by Peter Bojarinov about over 3 years ago 1,824 reads 8 comments

  13. Nino Niederreiter: Should the Islanders Send Him To Portland?

    Last night was Nino Niederreiter’s ninth game of the season. After playing one more game in the NHL his entry level contract will kick in for the full season...

    Peter Bojarinov Written by Peter Bojarinov about over 3 years ago 526 reads 6 comments

  14. Nik Antropov: Where have you gone?

    Where is Nikolai Antropov? Early in this season I asked myself: “What is going on here? Why isn’t Nik on the ice?” Antropov wasn’t receiving any power play time and ...

    Peter Bojarinov Written by Peter Bojarinov about over 3 years ago 703 reads 4 comments

  15. Toronto Maple Leafs: Peter Bojarinov's View of the Team After Three Weeks

    My view on the Toronto Maple Leafs after the third week of the 2010-11 NHL Season: 1. PP – Gone from top five to bottom 10? They need to change it up then, I’ve ...

    Peter Bojarinov Written by Peter Bojarinov about over 3 years ago 725 reads 29 comments

  16. Peter Bojarinov's View of the Toronto Maple Leafs After Two Weeks

    My view on the Toronto Maple Leafs after the first two weeks of the 2010-11 NHL Season: 1. The Leafs have found offence each night out, if they keep this up, they’ll be in every match...

    Peter Bojarinov Written by Peter Bojarinov about over 3 years ago 888 reads 3 comments

  17. Atlanta Thrashers: Who Is Anthony Stewart ?

    After five games this season the Atlanta Thrashers are an above .500 team, something that the organization and fans of the team were thinking they would be...

    Peter Bojarinov Written by Peter Bojarinov about over 3 years ago 317 reads 3 comments

  18. Toronto Maple Leafs: Who Is Clarke MacArthur ?

    As a devoted Leaf fan since I was born, the last few futile years have been really rough on us Leaf fans, I’ve hated Toronto GM’s for years of overspending, from trades to offseason acquisitions...

    Peter Bojarinov Written by Peter Bojarinov about over 3 years ago 1,165 reads 6 comments

  19. Atlanta Thrashers: Peter Pan Less Thrashers Searching For More Then A Leader

    The “new look” Thrashers looked very much more like a bunch of lost boys, being toyed by the Los Angeles King Pirates who also looked like they're lost on land but kept their heads on straight long enough...

    Peter Bojarinov Written by Peter Bojarinov about over 3 years ago 17 reads 0 comments

  20. Peter Bojarinov's View of the Toronto Maple Leafs After Two Games

    My view on the Toronto Maple Leafs after the first two games of the 2010-11 NHL Season: 1. If Giguere keeps it up, they could actually be fine this season and make the playoffs...

    Peter Bojarinov Written by Peter Bojarinov about over 3 years ago 1,386 reads 7 comments

  21. The Kovalchuk Trade: Atlanta's Conclusion

    Now with what it looks like NJ not being able to re-sign Ilya and the finishing of the Atlanta/Chicago trade, it looks like we have the seen the end result of the Kovalchuk trade...

    Peter Bojarinov Written by Peter Bojarinov about 4 years ago 322 reads 0 comments

  22. NHL Free Agents 2010: Brian Burke's Options as Free Agency Nears

    As free-agency day nears, Brian Burke has many options on his plate. When hockey fans gather and think of all the possibilities in the summer, they usually only think of the usual options: free agents...

    Peter Bojarinov Written by Peter Bojarinov about 4 years ago 1,594 reads 38 comments

  23. Will Atlanta Thrashers Fans Ever Learn?

    Less than 24 hours after Thrashers superstar, Ilya Kovalchuk has been traded to the New Jersey Devils, now begins the crying. "Fire the General Manager", "I will not watch another game", "I will never go to a game ever again" and so forth...

    Peter Bojarinov Written by Peter Bojarinov about over 4 years ago 158 reads 2 comments

  24. Kovalchuk: The Good, The Bad and the Ugly Money Making Machine

    I’ve always been a fan of talented Russian Ilya Kovalchuk; he’s been deadly with the puck every moment he crosses the offensive blue line...

    Peter Bojarinov Written by Peter Bojarinov about over 4 years ago 335 reads 2 comments

  25. Atlanta Thrashers Change Up Goaltending and Lines, Earn Shootout Win

    On Sunday night, the Thrashers hosted the St. Louis Blues in the Philips Arena. It’s surprising just a few days ago I had written that the Thrashers needed to change up their defensive pairings, which would guide them to better defense and wins...

    Peter Bojarinov Written by Peter Bojarinov about over 4 years ago 74 reads 0 comments