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21 Apr 2021 23:29:07
Nsh:Johansson,Fabbro, Ellis

Mtl:Weber, Caufield, Byron




18 Apr 2021 10:24:20
LA: Turcotte, Vilardi, Clague, Byfield, 1rd 2021



1.) 18 Apr 2021 12:38:49
Such an overpayment but it would most likely get it done. Good post

2.) 18 Apr 2021 16:24:34
Take out Turcotte and it’s fair.

3.) 19 Apr 2021 15:40:23
History shows that two top prospects and a 1st gets it done

Byfield Thomas and a 1st would be something I can see happening keep in mind that 1st is a top 10 pick possibly top5 but if your LA they’re not ready to make this move they have a lot of good young guys in the system but until you see what they can do at the nhl level it’s still hard to say where they are look at the leafs they got guys like Matthews and marner who were able to step right in and be top players I don’t see any of the kings prospects being able to do that right now.



17 Apr 2021 21:20:02
Toronto: Nylander, Sandin

Washington:Wilson, Lapierre


1.) 18 Apr 2021 12:39:05
No from Washington



17 Apr 2021 03:07:53
Cal:Lindholm, Dubé, Valimaki, 1rdpick

Sabres: Eichel

If Sabres would trade Jack Eichel which I doubt they ever really want to. Do you guys think it clost in terms of value or not?


1.) 17 Apr 2021 04:20:52
Huge no from Calgary.

2.) 17 Apr 2021 12:48:28
Not even close Lindholm is to old to hold any value to Buffalo. I’d say Eichels value is 9 1st round picks.

3.) 17 Apr 2021 12:50:58
That would be a fat no from Calgary.

4.) 17 Apr 2021 13:49:51
Nylander is right. Lindholm wouldn’t hold any value to Buffalo. If they’re trading Eichel then they’d want younger players coming back. But it’s a no from both imo. Calgary would never

5.) 17 Apr 2021 14:03:41
I don’t really see an Eichel to Calgary trade being possible. Calgary has a lot of assets (Gaudreau, Lindholm, Monahan, Hanifin, etc), but they’re not valuable to a rebuilding team who will be looking for high quality prospects (which Calgary doesn’t have) and star young players.

6.) 17 Apr 2021 18:36:33
Your hockey knowledge is incredible, how do you not have a job in the NHL?

7.) 17 Apr 2021 19:51:10
I've said it a few times., but I think LA should be looking at Eichel. They have the top prospects to get this deal done., I mentioned Byfield in an earlier post someone had made.
Obviously i don't know Eichel, but I have a feeling being in a Small market Canadian city isn't going to make him any happier than Buffalo.



10 Apr 2021 09:30:26
Mtl: 7rd pick

Toronto: Petan





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08 Apr 2021 02:48:41
After watching tonight game, I think we can all agree Montreal only really dominated the second period and was mediocre most of the first and second period. Allen played very well and is not to blame at all. Jack Campbell is better then I thought and Galchenyuk was invisible for most of the game like in Montreal. I don't think Montreal sucked tonight, they for sure can do better on power plays tho. Go Habs Go!


1.) 08 Apr 2021 04:34:27
I actually thought Galchenyuk looked dangerous at times.
Habs aalways seem to play slower when they play the Leafs. I don't know what it is. maybe over cautious?
Oh well, maybe next time.

2.) 08 Apr 2021 05:43:57
Galchenyuk played good, but again, whatever makes you feel better.

3.) 08 Apr 2021 05:56:04
Galchenyuk made a few flashy moves but nothing showed up on the score sheet so yeah pretty much like he was when he was with Montreal. a fluke goal by Toronto again was the difference. Overall for a Habs leafs game it was a total bore fest. Montreal didn’t play physical enough to win. I guess they were nervous after that early 5 on 3 pp Toronto was given.

4.) 08 Apr 2021 14:31:36
High danger chances at 5v5 were 14-5 for the leafs last night so fluke goal or not that’s not very competitive.

5.) 08 Apr 2021 17:36:58
6 of them came on the 5 on 3 power play they seem to get every game.

6.) 08 Apr 2021 19:12:38
For some reason I doubt that 6 of Toronto’s 14 five on five high danger chances came on a 5 on 3 but if you have problems with how many power plays the leafs got maybe the habs should sign some more players who can keep up with their speed instead of focusing on “not playing physical enough to win” lollllll.

7.) 08 Apr 2021 19:22:44
Why so bitter habby? It’s just a game.

8.) 08 Apr 2021 22:31:50
I just had to get the 5 on 3 power play they get every time in there lol. usually it’s late in 3rd period though.

9.) 09 Apr 2021 05:48:08
I didn’t realize the leafs get so many 5 on 3 power plays. This site is going to get ugly come playoff time, lol.



06 Apr 2021 21:30:34
A comment was made on this site that the Leafs have a ridiculous depth. I actually not only disagree but I believe it's one of their weakest attributes if you compare it to the best teams in the NHL. I have said multiple times I think Leafs are going to loose in the first round of the playoffs and that is one of the reason why. If anybody has the time to prove me wrong and compare the Leafs depth to other teams, that would be great.


1.) 06 Apr 2021 22:07:51
I really hope they make it past the first. Otherwise it’s the Love Guru Curse lol.

2.) 06 Apr 2021 22:18:22
I mean, its not the best depth in the league, I'd give that to Tampa or Colorado. But I do think Toronto's depth is better than credited. If I'm ranking the forwards by tiers:

Matthews/ Marner
Tavares/ Nylander
Kerfoot/ Spezza
Mikheyev/ Galchenyuk/ Thornton
Engvall/ Simmonds

The AHL team has Nick Robertson, who isn't all that @Nylander makes him out to be, but has the talent to be a contributor if there were less players in front of him. He's a damn good 13th forward to have imo.

On top of Robertson, Brooks is a fine #1 AHL center, Joey Anderson and Denis Malgin have both played good NHL minutes (Anderson 13 points in 53 NHL games on NJ, Malgin has had 12-16-22 point years) . Nic Petan's played NHL minutes and is a good call-up guy, Barabanov hasn't done anything but is also fine as the what, 17th forward? Then you go down the rabbit hole of prospects + Kenny Agostino and Tyler Gaudet, but at that point your at the what, 20th forwards on the depth chart?

On top of this, Travis Boyd (8 in 20) and Jimmy Vesey (6 in 30) were waiver claims, and hell, Vesey's played second line minutes for Vancouver. Sure, that's only Vancouver, but he's a fourth liner/ 13th forward on a lot of teams, and same with Boyd.

On the defensive side of the puck, the top6 is the top6, with Mo/ Muzz/ Brodie/ Holl rounding out a much better top4 than years past, with Dermott and Bogo being a steady bottom pair - they give basically zero offence, but are defensively sound enough unlike Jake Gardiner, Nikita Zaitsev and Cody Ceci of years past, which is all you need out of your bottom pair.

The next two guys are your 'top prospects' Rasmus Sandin and Timothy Liljegren, both of whom are solid 7th and 8th options on an NHL team - Sandin especially could/ should be a top6 guy but is blocked by the guys in front of him. After that it certainly thins out, but Kivihalme is nearly a PPG AHL dman, and Calle Rosen is a good enough 9th dman, is he not? On top of all of this, Mikko Lehtonen was traded to give him a chance, and he's playing top6 minutes on Columbus right now.

The goaltending is suspect, yes, but having Fred-Campbell, with Hutch who is a (surprisingly this year) average 3rd string guy, with VV as the fourth string, is still decent enough, although I'd love to get a guy like Linus Ullmark or so. Even then, Aaron Dell was a leaf at season start, but was claimed off of waivers by Jersey.

Sure, this isn't levels of Saad-Compher-Nichuskin third lines, but the Leafs depth throughout the NHL and AHL Farm systems is definitely not a slouch, and when you have your top guys eating such a big chunk of the cap, having guys like Spezz/ Jumbo on minimums, Robertson on his ELC, Malgin on loan, Barabanov on the taxi squad, Joey Anderson on the Marlies, Sandin/ Lilj as 7/ 8 dmen, it's definitely a nice bonus. That's why the Leafs are trying to package Kerfoot (salary in = salary out) to bolster their forward core, adding another forward at the same tier as Hyman or so. Personally, I'd like to keep Kerfoot and use the 2.3 million available on a guy like Miles Wood or Alex Iafallo, but we shall see.

3.) 06 Apr 2021 23:01:48
I don't nessesarily think they will lose the first round. , have a feeling its against the Habs, so i really hope they do.
There are deffenitley teams that's have more depth. I think the Habs actually have more overall depth, but not nearly the top end talent the Leafs have.
In a normal year, I think that they get bounced in 2nd. this year, they could jus get on a roll and make it. If Campbell can keep playing like a top goalie, and Galchenyuk plays the way he can. then they actually have pretty good depth.
I don't know if they are TB good, hit this team could get in a roll. and who knows. sure hope not though! 😝😝.

4.) 06 Apr 2021 23:55:30
Considering the leafs lose in the first round every year, don’t think of yourself as a hockey genius if it happens. I think their depth is comparable to most teams. We know Montreal is the best built team and have the most depth. It seems the leafs are in your head.

5.) 07 Apr 2021 04:16:06
I never said they were the best built.

6.) 07 Apr 2021 09:17:30
You don’t have to say it Sosa. They are the best built in the north and a debate can be made for the whole NHL.

7.) 07 Apr 2021 10:50:26
And also,  « if Campbell keeps playing like a top goalie and Galchenyuk play the way he can » are two massive maybes. Leafs don’t have a proven solid number #1 goalie and have a terrible bottom 6 and bottom pairings defensemens. Yes the main guys are great but they also don’t play with heart. All of that adds up to a great regular season team, nothing more.

8.) 07 Apr 2021 12:25:02
The bottom pairing is solid Dermott is probably one of the best number 5 dman In the game he could easily fill in top 4 great shutdown dman and solid on breakout. Never see him make a mistake. Bogosian is also pretty good one a cup with Tampa while spending time on hedman pairing.

9.) 07 Apr 2021 12:30:20
I think there are a few other teams that are deeper than the Habs., I guess playoffs will tell the true story. ( Habs still need to make those however, nothing is given)
I'm one of the biggest Leaf haters out there, however, I think they are much better than your giving them credit for as far as depth.

Can any Leafs fan tell me what happened to Freddie Andersen? Seemed like not long ago he was a top tier goalie in the game.?

10.) 07 Apr 2021 13:13:28
I think if you look at Montreal they’re going to be scary in the playoffs. Their team is built for the playoffs, I don’t like hating on Canadian teams cause we need one of them to bring home a cup. My team is far far away from a playoff spot, hopefully Montreal, Toronto or Edmonton can win the Cup for Canada.

11.) 07 Apr 2021 17:42:29

On Freddie, he's been off every since last years ASG. He got an injury just after I think, and we rushed him back, probably only aggravating the injury further. He got the summer off after a pretty average (nothing spectacular) series against CBJ, started this year slowly (as he always does in the first month), got going a little bit in February, but got an injury while Campbell was already injured (forcing Hutch as the starter for a stretch of 2-3 games), so we again rushed him back. The injury was probably the same one from last year, so reaggravating it without allowing him to rest caused his play to tailspin as was the case before Campbell came back. Once Campbell was cleared, we've basically had an MIA Freddie, which either means a) cap shenanigan's or b) its an injury that actually needs a good bit of time for rest/ recovery. Either way, injured Fred wasn't good at all, and hence why he's been the scapegoat of the Leafs season.

12.) 07 Apr 2021 19:31:29
Thanks TSS. good explanation as to why . its to bad for the Leafs. when he is on his game, he is a top goalie IMO.

13.) 07 Apr 2021 19:34:49
I was talking to Anderson Sosa.

14.) 07 Apr 2021 20:01:03
Lol. sorry Toronto17.

15.) 07 Apr 2021 23:38:26
No problem Sosa. I said months ago that I liked what Montreal has done. They do have a good mix of heart and talent. Are they the team to beat though when there are 3 other good teams involved? Who knows? As far as what Anderson says about the leaf team, it goes both ways. If Toffoli or Anderson don’t score at this pace, there could be problems. It’s the same for any team, the leafs just happen to have a history of choking.

16.) 08 Apr 2021 14:48:18
Well Jason Spezza the 3rd/ 4th liner the Leafs are paying $0.7 mln has about the same points as Montreal’s top line winger Anderson who makes $5.5 mln so that’s a pretty good start. I’d take the Leafs bottom six all day as they are way more cost effective and have been good at shutting down other team’s top lines (even teams with actual top line talent like Edmonton) which frees up the necessary cap space for all of their elite talent players

Do the Leafs have an actual number 1 goalie? Maybe, maybe not but Campbell has been absolutely incredible and other than Winnipeg/ Hellybuck i’m not sure which North division team that’s playoff-bound has a true number one and if you’re going to suggest Carey Price and his boat anchor contract let me finish eating first so I don’t choke while laughing.

17.) 09 Apr 2021 05:33:25
Why not compare toffoli with Tavares or Corey oerry with kerfoot?

18.) 09 Apr 2021 10:17:36
Why not be even more arbitrary and make bogus unfounded claims about disproportionate power play times? Grrrrr stoopid laffs getting to play 5 on 3 all season.

19.) 09 Apr 2021 23:10:32
What was your name before blue? you sound a lot like someone else who use roam these parts.

20.) 10 Apr 2021 17:12:17




20 Feb 2021 23:45:57
If Petry is out with his injuries for a few weeks, should Montreal consider acquiring Tony Deangelo and try to get his value up to trade him once Petry is back?


1.) 20 Feb 2021 23:59:08
Nah. we will survive. no panick. bring in Kalak, call up Oullete. jus weather the storm.

2.) 01 Mar 2021 12:56:39
Deangleo is a lightning rod. Regardless of how you feel about him and his opinions, they did and still will burden any team that picks him up. So a team would have to really question if it’s worth helping out their back end to pick up a player with his notoriety.

I don’t see any team taking him on.
I think he will be in the KHL from next season on.




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19 Apr 2021 20:38:09
Nylander the self proclaim genius, could you explain to me how Ryan Strome who has 44 point in 45 games this year has no value?




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15 Apr 2021 20:48:57
Nylander, it wasn’t an actual proposal it was just joke to basically say the value was that off that Gaudreau would need to be added. A full year of Gaudreau still holds a good amount of value.




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15 Apr 2021 16:06:50
Calgary adds Gaudreau.




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14 Apr 2021 20:39:25
Montreal has a really good team and have a great backup for when Price is not performing or injured.




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14 Apr 2021 15:34:23
When Price had his focus he is still the best goalie in the NHL. I agree he needs to find it back tho. When he does Montreal will be in good shape.





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