October 06 2015 10:33AM
If you thought that the Leafs had a lot of defencemen already, the situation just got a little bit more confusing, as the blue and white laid claim to Vancouver Canucks defenceman Frank Corrado on waivers this afternoon.
October 05 2015 08:03PM
The Toronto Marlies haven't even practiced as a cohesive unit yet, but with opening puck drop less than 100 hours away, it's time for the team to come together. With the training camp squad back in town following a string of exhibition games in Newfoundland, the team has announced a stunning nineteen assignments to the Orlando Solar Bears tonight, bringing the roster down to a relatively playable size.
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October 05 2015 04:57PM
I guess we should have known that the Viktor Loov story wasn't going to blow over. A week after the Leafs prospect suggested to Swedish media that there was a "lot of cocaine" in the NHL and that there was "bound to be some" in the AHL as well, the NHL's deputy commissioner Bill Daly admitted that they've noticed an increase in usage around the league, and as TSN investigated further, found that there were Leafs players involved.
October 05 2015 12:58PM
Nazem Kadri grew up wanting nothing less than to be a member of the Toronto Maple Leafs. While the NHL was always his dream, his sights were originally set on the bleu, blanc, et rouge of the Montreal Canadiens. But when Brian Burke decided that drafting him was going to be the best way to get a good player while annoying as many people as possible, the tables turned. Suddenly, he had a new and unlikely favourite team, and six years later, he might be the best player in blue and white.
October 05 2015 11:09AM
The Toronto Maple Leafs have joined multiple other NHL teams in exiling big contracts, letting 38-year-old Stephane Robidas that he will not make the team. The native of Sherbrooke, Quebec is on the second year of a three-year, $9,000,000 contract.