Big Dave Bolland deal won’t fix what ails Maple Leafs

There’s no question that what happened to Dave Bolland’s season was a tragedy. A hometown hero, in his first season with the team he grew up cheering for, has a great first 14 games and then suffers a devastating injury in the 15th, enough to ruin any chance of making much of an impact on the 2013-14 Toronto Maple Leafs. You can see why management wants to read into that and...
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16 days ago  |  Discuss

Toronto Maple Leafs: Who needs the Muskoka Five when you got the Mimico Two?

Never mind the Muskoka Five, this current Toronto Maple Leafs bout with disappointing results features the Mimico Two – David Clarkson and Dave Bolland – both acquired in the 2013 offseason to prevent the Buds from things like 8-game losing…Read more →The post Toronto Maple Leafs: Who needs the Muskoka Five when you got the Mimico Two? appeared first on The Hockey Daily.
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22 days ago  |  Discuss

Carlyle: Bolland ‘probable’ to return vs Habs

Randy Carlyle stepped up to the microphone and knew the question about Dave Bolland’s status was coming. "Who?" Carlyle said with a laugh. "Bolly is actually having an assessment done right now and I would say that he’s a probable for us for tonight." That’s no certainty, but it’s the closest Bolland has been since suffering a severed tendon in the back...
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March 22, 2014  |  Discuss

Mike Augello: Bolland Probable, Bernier Not 100% For Match Vs. Montreal

Per Leafs coach Randy Carlyle, center Dave Bolland is "probable" for Saturday night's important match against the Montreal Canadiens. Bolland has been out since suffering an ankle laceration in Vancouver on November 2nd. Carlyle also indicated to following the morning skate at the ACC on Saturday that goaltender Jonathan Bernier is progressing but is not 100%...
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March 22, 2014  |  Discuss

Leafs' coach impatient for Dave Bolland's return

Patience.  That's what Toronto Maple Leafs' forward Dave Bolland needs from the organization, but one gets the feeling that Leafs' coach Randy Carlyle is running out of the invisible commodity.The type of injury that Bolland suffered - the severing of a tendon in his ankle - isn't something that you can tape an aspirin to and call it good, yet Carlyle appears...
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March 08, 2014  |  Discuss

Maple Leafs' David Bolland won't play vs. Canadiens

Dave Bolland took a step forward on Friday. Unfortunately for the Leafs, it wasn’t big enough for him to step on to the Bell Centre ice surface for Saturday’s much-ballyhooed tilt against the Habs at the Bell Centre. While practising regularly on the third line between Mason Raymond and Nikolai Kulemin on Friday, he still does not appear to be ready for a return. Indeed, Bolland...
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March 01, 2014  |  Discuss

Maple Leafs' Dave Bolland suffers setback with ankle injury, return uncertain

With what was supposed to resolve itself this coming week, the absence-clock on Dave Bolland will continue rolling, even after missing four months of action.The Maple Leafs forward was practicing with the team in full earlier in the week, but Wednesday he was on the ice with a non-contact jersey, indicating he won't be ready when the Leafs return to action on Thursday against...
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February 27, 2014  |  Discuss

Mike Augello: Setback For Bolland, Wants 7-8 Year Deal; Nonis Open To “Hockey Deals”

The focal point of the news regarding the Toronto Maple Leafs is on center Dave Bolland, as the two-time Stanley Cup winner nears a return to the ice and his representatives negotiate with the club on a new contract. Bolland appeared to be ready to return as soon as Thursday on Long Island, but after leaving practice early on Tuesday, the Mimico, ON native skated as an extra forward...
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February 26, 2014  |  Discuss

Report- Dave Bolland Seeking Long-Term Deal

from Luke Fox of Sportsnet, Dave Bolland has played just 15 games in a Toronto Maple Leafs uniform, yet the pending free agent is seeking a new seven or eight-year deal from the club, according to Sportsnet’s Nick Kypreos. The total salary the 28-year-old Bolland is seeking over that term could exceed $40 million. Bolland’s current contract, which expires on July...
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February 26, 2014  |  Discuss

Maple Leafs' Bolland not concerned over trade speculation

Toronto Maple Leafs centre Dave Bolland knows he could be traded by the NHL's March 5 trade deadline, but he isn't stressing over the possibility. "Whatever happens, happens," Bolland told TSN's Mark Masters on Monday. "If it's staying here, it's staying here. That's my goal." Bolland was acquired from the Chicago Blackhawks prior to...
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February 25, 2014  |  Discuss

Mike Augello: Bolland Looking For Big Dollars May Spur Deadline Deal

The Toronto Maple Leafs look as if they will have all hands on deck in the very near future, as injured centers Trevor Smith and Dave Bolland skated with teammates at the club’s practice facility in Etobicoke, ON. “This is the time of year now, with 22 games left, that we might have our lineup that we wrote down coming out of training camp in September.” Leafs...
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February 24, 2014  |  Discuss

Mike Augello: Bolland Itching To Return To The Ice

The Maple Leafs were put through a briskly paced practice for the second straight day at the Mastercard Center in Etobicoke, ON and on both occasions, center Dave Bolland has appeared significantly improved than he was prior to the nearly two-week Olympic break. “It’s early to say. Hopefully this break has given him another 5 or 10% in the recovery.” Leafs Coach...
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February 20, 2014  |  Discuss

Maple Leafs' Dave Bolland practicing, nearing return

Dave Bolland practiced on Wednesday with the Maple Leafs - the first day teams were allowed to practice during the Olympic break - and appears to be very close to a return, according to the Toronto Star.Bolland has been out of the Leafs lineup since November 2nd after a tendon in his ankle was sliced open by a skate blade.Bolland practiced on a regular line with Troy Bodie and Mason...
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February 20, 2014  |  Discuss

Toronto Maple Leafs: Mid-season review

Now in the midst of the Olympic break, the National Hockey League has shut down for two weeks as players participate in the 2014 Winter Olympic Games in  Sochi, Russia. The Toronto Maple Leafs ended the first half of the season with a bang, winning 4-1 over Tampa Bay and notching a 3-1 victory over Vancouver. The Leafs, however, stumbled out of the gate at the start of the 2013...
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February 12, 2014  |  Discuss

Dave Bolland ‘should be available’ for Leafs after Olympic break

Dave Bolland, his season disrupted by a severed tendon at the start of November, should be ready to return to the Toronto Maple Leafs lineup when the NHL schedule resumes later this month. “It looks like Bolland should be available to us, which is a player back into our lineup,” said Leafs head coach Randy Carlyle following his team’s 3-1 victory over the Vancouver Canucks...
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February 09, 2014  |  Discuss

Leafs' Bolland to use break as impromptu training camp

Dave Bolland isn't taking any chances in his comeback from a gruesome ankle injury which has had him sidelined for over three months."Things are progressing, not as quickly as I wished they were, but things are progressing," Bolland told the Toronto Sun on Thursday. "I wish I could get on the ice (in a game), but it's about getting my ankle better and getting...
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February 08, 2014  |  Discuss

Colin Dambrauskas: The David Clarkson, Tyler Bozak, and Dave Bolland Causality Blog

Follow Colin on Twitter!: @ColinDJD It has been the main focus of conversation this season for those involved with the Toronto Maple Leafs; how exactly, are certain players affecting team play when they are in or out of the lineup. With injuries to three players who were deemed to be important to the Leafs success, Toronto has unfortunately not had much time with David Clarkson...
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February 05, 2014  |  Discuss

Bolland won't rush return to Leafs lineup

Dave Bolland repeated himself to hammer home the point. "Fifty-fifty," he said of his odds to return before the Olympic break. "Fifty-fifty." Bolland, who took part in his first full practice Friday since returning to the ice, continues to inch back toward a return from a severed left ankle tendon, one that has kept him out of the Toronto lineup since Nov...
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February 01, 2014  |  Discuss

Dave Bolland: Back on ice, going through difficult rehab

Tony Ambrogio (@SNTonyAmbrogio) Getty Images All you have to do is watch David Bolland skate the last few days to know he isn’t close to returning to the Toronto Maple Leafs lineup. Each twirl on the ice this week has come with a familiar sight – a pained look of frustration and hurt on the 27-year-old’s face. Yes David Bolland is back on the ice – for the first time since...
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January 20, 2014  |  Discuss

Could Dave Bolland’s Injury Burst The Maple Leafs bubble?

It was a bruising encounter for the Toronto Maple Leafs on Saturday night, in more ways than one. It was a night when the Leafs’ habit of giving up a ton of shots finally came back to bite them, losing 4-0 to a Vancouver team who ran over a sloppy and slow club and had the game sewn up with 25 minutes to go. But it’s the injury to centre Dave Bolland that could really give the...
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November 14, 2013  |  Discuss

Dave Bolland, on Long Road to Recovery, Looking Forward to Return

By Tony Ambrogio (@SNTonyAmbrogio) Getty Images David Bolland knows he has to take it one step at a time. He knows he is several weeks away from beginning rehabilitation, but the Maple Leafs centre intends to play again this season. Bolland told the media Monday, he’s frustrated to be out of the lineup because he felt he was playing well at the time of the injury.  ...
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November 12, 2013  |  Discuss

Toronto Maple Leafs: Dave Bolland suffers injury

Dave Bolland is out indefinitely after severing a tendon in his left ankle against Vancouver. It has been a rough week for the Toronto Maple Leafs as forward, Dave Bolland severed a tendon in his left ankle by a Vancouver player’s skate in a 4-0 loss against the Canucks last Saturday.  Bolland underwent successful surgery the next to repair the severed tendon, but is out indefinitely...
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November 11, 2013  |  Discuss

Mike Augello: Bolland Injury A “Freak Thing”; Leafs Inquired On Stars Fiddler

Injured Leafs center Dave Bolland spoke with the media for the first time since being seriously injured against the Vancouver Canucks nine days ago and described the incident as simply bad luck. “It’s just a freak thing,” Bolland said at the MasterCard Center in Etobicoke, ON on Monday. “It’s hockey. You’re going in the corners and you’re...
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November 11, 2013  |  Discuss

Mike Augello: Leafs Q & A – November 7th Edition

With Toronto having five days off after losing Dave Bolland to a serious skate cut to the ankle, the questions from Leafs Nation are understandably focused on the center situation and whether GM Dave Nonis will remedy it by making a trade or hope to tread water with James van Riemsdyk up the middle. Q: ‏@trevorchef asks: Regarding centers and the untimely Bolland injury...
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November 07, 2013  |  Discuss

Toronto Maple Leafs: Bolland’s Injury Could Burst The Bubble

It was a bruising encounter for the Toronto Maple Leafs on Saturday night, in more ways than one. It was a night when the Leafs’ habit of giving up a ton of shots finally came back to bite them, losing 4-0 to a Vancouver team who ran over a sloppy and slow club and had the game sewn up with 25 minutes to go. But it’s the injury to centre Dave Bolland that could really give the...
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November 06, 2013  |  Discuss

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