Brad Boyes Signs with the Leafs

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After signing a professional try-out contract with the Toronto Maple Leafs back on September 10th 2015, Brad Boyes signed a one-year deal with the Leafs Sunday afternoon.  Boyes will reportedly be making $700,000 this upcoming season. Brad Boyes was originally drafted by the Leafs 24th overall in the 2000 NHL entry draft, before he was […] READ MORE


Brad Boyes to Attend Toronto Maple Leafs Camp on PTO

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Unable to find a contract through free agency, forward Brad Boyes has reached an agreement with the Toronto Maple Leafs to take part in their training camp on a PTO, joining other veteran forwards Curtis Glencross and Devin Setoguchi. Brad Boyes to attend Toronto #mapleleafs camp on #PTO #NHL — Andy Strickland (@andystrickland) September 10, […] READ MORE



NHL Trade Bait: The Forwards

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The NHL’s Olympic Roster Freeze has now been lifted, and teams have until 3:00 p.m. on March 5th to make their moves before the NHL’s trade deadline.  This is expected to be a very active trade deadline, with a number of high profile players potentially finding themselves in new homes.  This week, I look around […] READ MORE


Trade Deadline Options For The New Jersey Devils

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As long as Lou Lamoriello is calling the shots for the Devils, the trade deadline will always be an interesting time. With the team teetering on the line for a playoff spot, while at the same time still a few points out,  there’s much speculation on how the Devils should handle this year’s deadline. New […] READ MORE



Best Remaining NHL Free Agents

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After three days of the NHL’s free agent frenzy, most of the biggest names are off the market.  However, for teams still looking to upgrade their rosters, there are still a number of quality free agents out there. Forwards Jaromir Jagr, Boston Bruins 2012-13 Salary (before being Pro-Rated): $4.5 Million Cap Hit: $4.5 million. 2012-13 […] READ MORE


David and Goliath: Isles and Pens Prepare for a Showdown

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If you ask most hockey fans what the outcome will be of the Pens-Isles playoff series, you’ll get a variety of responses, and most end with the predictions of a very short series ending after 4 or 5 games. Most people cite Iginla, and Malkin, and Morrow, and Neal, and Letang and blah blah blah… […] READ MORE