Luke Schenn Signs With Coyotes

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Unrestricted free agent defenceman Luke Schenn has found a new home. The veteran defenseman signed a two-year contract with the Arizona Coyotes. The contract is worth $2.5 million, for a $1.25 million cap hit per year. The Coyotes will be the fourth franchise that Schenn has played for in his NHL career. Hearing @ArizonaCoyotes will […] READ MORE


P.A. Parenteau Signs

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Veteran winger P.A. Parenteau has found a new home. According to reports he has agreed to a one-year contract with the New York Islanders for $1.25 million.  Parenteau returns to the team that gave him his first big break into the NHL. #Isles have signed PA Parenteau to a one-year, $1.25 million deal. — Arthur Staple (@StapeNewsday) […] READ MORE


Roman Polak Signs With Toronto

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Unrestricted free agent defenceman Roman Polak has found a new home, but its a familiar one. The veteran defenceman signed a one-year contract with the Toronto Maple Leafs. . A former 6th-round draft pick of the St. Louis Blues, the rugged Czech rearguard spent his entire NHL career with the Blues organization before a trade to […] READ MORE


Stamkos Stays in Tampa; Leafs Plan B

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“Stammergeddon” has passed and out from the rubble and rhetoric emerges Tampa Bay Lightning general manager Steve Yzerman, as the last man standing. Kudos to you, Stevie Y; you held fast and won the day. Steven Stamos stays in Tampa, now it’s time to roll out ‘Plan B’. Fret not, however, for all is not lost. You have […] READ MORE


Analysis: Snoop Dogg vs MLSE Trademark Infringement Case

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Could hockey and pot be a good mix? Don’t answer that. Maple Leaf Sport and Entertainment doesn’t think so. It has come to light in recent days that the Toronto Maple Leafs’ ownership group has embarked on a trademark infringement legal claim against rapper/actor/entrepreneur Snoop Dogg. Rightly or wrongly, “Snoop” has been linked to a number of unsavoury endeavours […] READ MORE


Congrats to Phil Kessel on Penguins Cup Victory

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As the Pittsburgh Penguins enjoy their Stanley Cup victory, the post-championship narrative in Toronto now shifts, oddly, to Phil Kessel. Far more than a passenger in Pittsburgh, Kessel is now a Cup champion. Congrats, Kessel. Well done. Why Leafs fans are “supposed” to be upset by Kessel’s success is as confusing as it is  inaccurate. Congrats to Phil Kessel on […] READ MORE


Toronto Maple Leafs Draft Options

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Your Toronto Maple Leafs have an impressive twelve draft picks to play with in the upcoming NHL Entry Draft. Six of those, including first overall, are found in the first three rounds. Barring an unlikely but altogether possible blockbuster trade announcement, we have a pretty solid idea about who the Leafs, who haven’t had anything resembling […] READ MORE


Maple Leafs News: The Calm Before the Storm

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Call it the calm before the storm… This lull in hockey news, especially in Toronto, won’t last long. With the NHL Entry Draft just a couple weeks away, it’s about to get very interesting. In the meantime here’s a look at current Toronto Maple Leafs news. Maple Leafs News: The Calm Before the Storm Forward […] READ MORE


Pittsburgh Penguins Make Sharks Pay for Slow Start

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Game one of the Stanley Cup Final goes to the home team, the Pittsburgh Penguins. It was a true thriller from start to finish, despite the fact that the visitors didn’t look like they came ready and the Penguins made the San Jose Sharks pay for their slow start at 12:46 when unlikely hero of game seven […] READ MORE


Canada's World Cup Roster: No Subban?

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Canada has an overabundance of right-shooting defensemen available for the World Cup. Guess who draws the short straw? The World Cup of Hockey will be held in Toronto starting September 17, featuring eight teams, including Canada, U.S.A., Russia, Sweden, Finland, Czech Republic, Team Europe and Team North America. Team Canada’s coaching staff will be led […] READ MORE