The Best Toronto Maple Leaf and NHL Articles From The Week That Was

June 22, 2012; Pittsburgh, PA, USA; Morgan Rielly puts on a jersey after being selected as the number five overall draft pick to the Toronto Maple Leafs in the 2012 NHL Draft at CONSOL Energy Center. Mandatory Credit: Charles LeClaire-US PRESSWIRE

Here are a few links for some of the best Maple Leaf and NHL articles from around the web for the week of November 5, 2012:


Maple Leaf Management Has A Close Eye On CHL Prospects from Kyle Cicerrela at
Nice little report on the Maple Leafs nine prospects playing in the CHL.

Tyler Biggs Had A +10 CORSI On Friday” by Cam Charron at
Charron expands on an article I wrote looking at Tyler Biggs’ game against the Guelph Storm on November 2nd.

 ”Cherry Doesn’t Think Roberto Luongo Will Go To Toronto“ from Allan Tung at (FanSided)
Don Cherry doesn’t think Luongo will want to play in a hockey crazed market like Toronto and Allan does not agree with his assessment.

 ”Reference Library: NHL Prospects by Eric T. at
Bookmark this page now!  Great statistical based information on NHL prospects.

 ”How Much Revenue Sharing Should The NHL Have?” by James Mirtle at the Globe and Mail
Mirtle explains the importance of revenue sharing and why the NHLPA insists on an improved model.

Gloves Are Off In NHL Labor Dispute by Elliotte Friedman at CBC
The owners are playing a dangerous game taking a shot at Fehr’s leadership.  This is a very crucial time of the bargaining process.

 ”On Day 57, Do You Know Where Your CBA Is?from Bob McKenzie at TSN.
A little long, but a very good breakdown as to where the two sides are in the negotiation process.


Topics: Toronto Maple Leafs

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