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Predicting the Stati…
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While the Toronto Maple Leafs will introduce a number of new faces to their fans this fall, the usual suspects are likely to be the statistical leaders in 2014-15.
The Leafs should be a strong offensive team with more balanced scoring from at least three lines and a number of defensemen capable of scoring 30-40 points.
Don’t be surprised if some young skaters push the established veterans for some of the team titles.
Let’s take a look at who will be the Maple Leafs’ statistical leaders in some of key categories for the 2014-15 season.Begin Slideshow

Boston Bruins' 2014-…
Posted 20 hours ago
Boston Bruins' 2014-15 Season Will Be Key to …

A quarter-century ago, the Boston Bruins were one of the last losing Stanley Cup finalists to return to that round within two seasons. After suffering a sweep via Edmonton in…

1 Star on Each NHL T…
Posted 21 hours ago

An old saying claims time and tide wait for no man. That phrase certainly rings true for NHL players. No matter how talented or well conditioned, no matter how brightly their star burns, at some point they all encounter the inevitable decline of their skills and performance.
The players on this list enter this season facing a downturn in their play for a variety of reasons. For some, it’s simply a matter of age, reaching the twilight years of their careers. Others are hampered by injuries. In some cases, it’s a combination of both. Several have struggled after peaking early in…

Can Braydon Coburn C…
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Can Braydon Coburn Carry the Philadelphia Fly…

Braydon Coburn has been very underappreciated during his tenure as a Philadelphia Flyer, and my hope is that will change during the 2014-15 season.
The Flyers have had some really talented…

Predicting the Stati…
Posted 3 days ago

The Montreal Canadiens’ 2014-15 season is approaching. Opening night against the Toronto Maple Leafs is just five weeks away.
It seems like a good time to start making predictions about the upcoming year. 
One question that’s always on the mind of hockey fans before a season begins is who will lead the team in statistical categories. 
The Habs have been led offensively by two young stars over the past couple of seasons, and that will likely happen again. The penalty-minutes leader also seems obvious for 2014-15, while plus/minus is much harder to forecast. 
Here are some predictions for the Montreal Canadiens’ statistical leaders in…

 

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Former NHL all-star …
Posted 22 hours ago

Former NHL defenceman and six-time all-star Carol Vadnais died Sunday at 68 years old.

Oilers agree to 1-ye…
Posted 3 days ago

The Edmonton Oilers have agreed to terms on a one-year, $3.675-million US contract with restricted-free-agent defenceman Justin Schultz.

NHL expansion plans …
Posted 5 days ago

The NHL is considering expanding by as many as four teams, according to a pair of reports on Tuesday, with Toronto and Quebec City both in the mix to land new franchises.

Where's the best loc…
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With Toronto again being reported as a candidate for an NHL expansion team, we want to know where you think the club should play its games.

MLSE exit was for en…
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Tim Leiweke says his desire to be an entrepreneur led to his decision to leave Maple Leaf Sports & Entertainment.