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Toronto Sun 20 hours ago

Maple Leafs need Nylander to keep shooting

William Nylander is a big-money Maple Leaf, but he’s among those who need to find more “loose change” around the Boston net in this series. Reacting to a question whether the slick Nylander should shoot more – or at least hit the net after being stuck on one goal since Game 1 – coach Mike […]
Toronto Sun Apr 17, 2019

Bad luck for Brown in Leafs loss

Nazem Kadri’s suspension made him disappear for the Maple Leafs-Bruins playoff series, which meant Connor Brown was going to be pushed towards the front of the stage. Often the hardest-working Leaf on the ice, Brown was promoted to the third line as William Nylander shifted to centre with Patrick Marleau. But the hockey gods in […]
Sportsnet.ca Apr 15, 2019
Male Leafs’ focus needs to be on the Bruins, not the officiating

Male Leafs’ focus needs to be on the Bruins, not the officiating

Sportsnet hockey scribe Chris Johnston provides his perspectives on whether Nazem Kadri will be shopped this offseason, how teammates may view Kadri’s cross-check on Jake DeBrusk, the lax refereeing in Game 2 of Bruins-Maple Leafs, William Nylander being moved to centre, and DeBrusk’s knee-on-knee hit on Kadri. The post NHL appeared first on Sportsnet.ca.
Toronto Star Apr 16, 2019
Rosie DiManno: Nylander frustrates Leafs and fans sometimes, but looks can be deceiving

Rosie DiManno: Nylander frustrates Leafs and fans sometimes, but looks can be deceiving

William Nylander’s effortless skating can make his game seem too easy, but his Game 3 performance — at centre in place of Nazem Kadri — was the kind of all-around effort that could go a long way in these playoffs, Rosie DiManno writes.

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