Check out this handy infographic as we take a closer look at the Leafs 2014-15 regular season schedule.
Six of the NHL’s top prospects for the 2014 NHL Draft were given a tour of Philadelphia on Wednesday. The players included Aaron Ekblad, Sam Bennett, Sam Reinhart, Michael Dal Colle, Leon Draisaitl and Anthony D’Angelo.
They made stops at the Philadelphia Museum of Art along with the Rocky Statue before making visits to LOVE Park, Geno’s Cheesesteaks, Betsy Ross house and the final stop on the journey was to Philadelphia Phillies batting practice.
Take a look at the video as we were on the journey for a few of the stops.
The NHL entry draft is Friday in Philadelphia. The Leafs hold the eighth choice. Perhaps you’ve heard.
With that in mind, let’s go into this with eight assumptions.
Assumption number one: Barrie Colts defenceman Aaron Ekblad isn’t a slam dunk for first overall.
Ekblad is not projected as the stand alone prospect in the draft and if he was, the Panthers would not consider moving the first pick. That they are open for business speaks to that fact. That’s why it seems highly unlikely the Leafs will airlift their young core in a […]
Maple Leafs forward Dave Bolland was the honourary drawmaster on Tuesday for the 31st annual North America Cup which takes place Saturday at Mohawk. It was a chance for the Toronto native to get to the track and bring some exposure to the event.
After taking a few weeks off following the conclusion of his first season with the Leafs, Bolland has been working out and preparing himself for the year ahead where he hopes to be wearing the Blue and White.
“I want to stay a Leaf but things always happen […]
Seventy years ago, the invasion of Normandy and the liberation of Europe began. Conn Smythe’s 30th Battery (pictured here) saw action at the battle of Caen, part of the push inward after the initial landing at Juno Beach.
Conn Smythe pictured (first row centre), was wounded at the battle, taking a chuck of shrapnel from the German Luftwaffe, which nearly cost him his life.
The legendary Canadian coffee chain started by Toronto Maple Leafs defenceman Tim Horton, celebrated its 50th anniversary back on May 17th but before the coffee and donuts there were burgers.
Fitting that it is also Burger Week here in Toronto, today’s throwback photo is one of Tim Horton Charcoal Broiled Hamburgers located in Scarborough. The burger shop was one of Tim’s many business ventures that eventually led to the extremely successful chain that still bears his name.
Speaking of Burgers and Burger Week, if you’re in Toronto head over to E11even for The […]