Through games on November 27, 2016, the leading scorer in the AHL is Marlies’ winger Brendan Leipsic (Toronto, 89/2012 – originally drafted by Nashville), LW, Toronto (AHL)). Should Leipsic hold on and finish the year [...]
  • Feb. 25, 2016; Toronto, Ontario, Canada:  Toronto Maple Leafs left wing Brendan Leipsic (49) moves toward the net as Carolina Hurricanes defenceman Noah Hanifin (5) defends in the second period at the Air Canada Centre. (Photo by Dan Hamilton/Icon Sportswire)
    By Ryan Wagman, November 30th, 2016
    Through games on November 27, 2016, the leading scorer in the AHL is Marlies’ winger Brendan Leipsic (Toronto, 89/2012 – originally drafted by Nashville), LW, Toronto (AHL)). Should Leipsic hold on and finish the year [...]
  • March 20, 2015: University of New Hampshire's Forward Andrew Poturalski (18) sets up a wrist shot. The Boston University Terriers defeated the New Hampshire Wildcats 4-1 in the semi-final of the Hockey East championships at TD garden in Boston, Massachusetts.
    By Ryan Wagman, November 22nd, 2016
    In the early goings of the 2016-17 AHL season, there are a number of players at the top of the leader boards whose presence there may be a little surprising. Brad Hunt? Michael Chaput? Corey [...]
  • NHL: MAR 24 Canadiens at Red Wings
    By Ryan Wagman, November 16th, 2016
    Last year, in this space, I spent each week focused on a single NHL organization. Each column would review the progress being made by four to seven prospects in the system at the AHL, collegiate, [...]
  • Jaden Schwartz
    By Iain Morrell, October 6th, 2016
    Mattias Janmark of the Dallas Stars appeared set to build on a strong rookie campaign. The versatile, 23-year-old Swede centered the top line in preseason and was assured a bigger role with injuries devastating the [...]
  • 28 September 2014:  Michael Bournival #49 of the Montreal Canadiens challenges Nathan Walker #79 of the Washington Capitals during the NHL match at the Bell Centre in Montreal Quebec, Canada.  The Capitals defeated the Canadiens 2-0.
    By Ryan Wagman, August 8th, 2016
    For all of the relative success that the Capitals have experienced in the Ovechkin era (2005-06-present), they have continuously managed to keep the system replenished despite generally not picking until the latter half of the [...]