St. Louis Blues defenseman avoided arbitration this morning by signing a five-year contract worth $27.5 million.
The 2017 season has been a tire fire for the Toronto Blue Jays, but we’ve still managed to see some positive signs, one of them being the bounce-back season of first baseman Justin Smoak. Continue reading “Friday Read: Should the Jays Trade Justin Smoak?”
Rest assured, Leafs fans, you have your right-hand shot defenseman now. Expected to be a draft lottery team, the Leafs surprisingly made it to the playoffs and were eliminated in the first round, subsequently giving them the 17th overall pick in the draft. Here is the recap. Continue reading “Friday Read: Leafs 2017 Draft Recap”
The expansion draft is wrapped up and it is now time to look ahead to the NHL draft. The Toronto Maple Leafs are slated to select 17th overall this Friday in what most experts believe is a “weak” draft. Despite what people might say, there are still a lot of potential roster players who could make an impact at the NHL level and there is no shortage of them in the first round. Continue reading “Friday Read: Toronto Maple Leafs Draft Options”
By Adam Ravenhill
The the NHL officially kicked off their glitz and glam week in Las Vegas last night with the unveiling of the 31 jerseys its club teams will don, courtesy of Adidas.
By Brandon Murphy
The Toronto Blue Jays lost in the ALCS for the second consecutive year after the Cleveland Indians eliminated them in five games. They had several decisions to make, one of them being what to do with pending free agents Jose Bautista and Edwin Encarnacion.
Even as a casual baseball fan, I can honestly say, that game lastnight was awesome.
Most fans tend to agree that the “allure” of the Winter and Heritage Classics games, on top of the recent inclusion of the Stadium Series games has worn off due to the fact that there are too many of them.