Category Archives: Toronto Maple Leafs
The Toronto Maple Leafs have tried to solidify their center ice position by trading for Peter Holland of the Anaheim Ducks on November 15. The Leafs are currently without their top three centers as Nazem Kadri is sitting out a three=game suspension for running into Minnesota Wild goaltender Nicklas Backstrom on November 13, and Tyler Bozak and David Bolland are out with injuries. (more…)
The Bruins hope home ice, and cheerful Boston fans will be able to help them overcome their recent struggles.
As of Tuesday night it is now official. Nazem Kadri has re-signed with the Toronto Maple Leafs on a two-year deal earning $2.9M per. Leafs fans have had a long and stressful wait for the 22-year-old centerman to resign with the blue and white, but can finally breathe a sigh of relief. (more…)
Former Vancouver Canuck and current free-agent Mason Raymond will be attending the Toronto Maple Leafs training camp on a tryout basis. Raymond was earning $2.275 million this past season with Vancouver, but the club decided not to re-sign the 27-year-old forward. (more…)
The 2012 NHL Entry Draft was a particularly important one for the Leafs. Possessing the fifth overall pick, the club would have an early selection at a group of elite young talent. Brian Burke, having this player in mind from the get-go, contentedly selected Morgan Reilly of the Moose Jaw Warriors. However, Reilly should not be the only Toronto pick in that draft class to draw attention. With their second round pick, choosing 35th overall, the Leafs announced the selection of Guelph Storm defenseman Matt Finn, a promising prospect for the blue and white. (more…)