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Jan 19

Our new video podcast is here!

It's been nearly two years in the making...and we did it! Since April of 2018, the Toronto Talks Sports & More podcast has been featured predominately on Apple iTunes, Google Play Music, SoundCloud and Spotify. On Thursday January 14, we premier […]

Jan 19

Leafs Continue To Be Haunted With Injuries

Leafs Continue To Be Haunted With Injuries #LatePost The Leafs announced that defenseman Morgan Rielly would be sidelined for 8 weeks after fracturing his foot. Rielly, 25, has been the Leafs best overall defenseman since he was drafted and […]

Jan 10

Mason Marchment Continuing His Father’s Legacy

Mason Marchment suited up for his first NHL game Thursday night against the Winnipeg Jets, where his father Bryan Marchment was drafted and played 3 seasons of his career there. Mason only played 6 minutes and 50 seconds in his first game and prod […]

Jan 10

Barb Underhill Continues To Work Her Magic

Barb Underhill, a former decorated Canadian figure skater, who is now the Leafs’ Skating Consultant has been training young prospects of the Leafs ever since 2012 and she has been doing a great job. Her prodigies and graduates such as recent call ups […]

Jan 1

Three More Years of Justin Holl

The Leafs announced Tuesday at noon that the team had agreed to terms with pending unrestricted free agent defenseman Justin Holl. An interesting bit of this is that he signed in his home state, Minnesota, where the Leafs will face the Wild tonig […]

Jan 1

Maple Leafs’ Auston Matthews & Frederik Andersen

Maple Leafs’ Auston Matthews & Frederik Andersen 2020 NHL All Stars The NHL announced the 2020 NHL All Star rosters of each division on Monday. Unfamiliar names were selected like Detroit’s Tyler Bertuzzi and Ottawa’s Anthony Duclair. Howev […]

Jan 1

Maple Leafs and Their Recent Struggles To Stay Healthy

#LatePost With the flu bug going around, teams become more prone to losing players for a few games, or in more extreme cases, longer. Fortunately, the Leafs haven’t dealt with the flu bug yet, but they do have some setbacks of their own. Il […]

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