NHL agent Pat Brisson chats about dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic, his NHL prospect son and the hope of being able to get fans back in the stands in the future.
Less than a week into the season, most stats don't carry much weight yet. But a few exceptions carry instantly important implications.
Although the Toronto Maple Leafs have issues they need to address, their lone power play in a win over the Winnipeg Jets should act as a warning to the rest of the North Division.
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Toronto Maple Leafs heads coach Sheldon Keefe gives praise to his starting goaltender and his team in general following a 3-1 win against the Winnipeg Jets
Mikko Lehtonen will make his NHL debut tonight when the Toronto Maple Leafs host Winnipeg Jets. Nick Robertson is out four weeks and team loses Aaron Dell to waivers.
Coaches like winning hockey games more than anything. And that was the only thing Joel Quenneville had in mind when he considered scratching reigning NHL ironman Yandle.
Steve Mayer spoke chats about helping to create the bubble format during the playoffs and bringing fans closer to the action at a time where very few teams allow fans in the building.
After going the first two games without a goal, the Toronto Maple Leafs' top line bust out for goals from each player as the Thornton experiment shows signs of life.
What did Vegas Golden Knights prospect Brendan Brisson bring to the United States' WJC effort? USA Hockey executive director Pat Kelleher explains.
Pat Kelleher chats about USA's gold medal at the World Junior Championship, growing the game at the grassroots level and the upcoming World Championships for men and women and more.
Hockey Hall of Famer Darryl Sittler joins Gouche Live to chat about the 2020-21 Toronto Maple Leafs and the exciting Canadian Division, among other topics.
Who will take home the Stanley Cup and major individual awards this season? And more.
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