July 01 2015 10:24AM
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And there it is... about 10 minutes into Free Agency day and the Toronto Maple Leafs are already adding players.
Hunwick to TOR 2 years, $1.2 AAV— Elliotte Friedman (@FriedgeHNIC) July 1, 2015
Hunwick, 30, was drafted in the seventh round of the 2004 Draft, and has spent time with the Boston Bruins, Colorado Avalanche and most recently the New York Rangers. Last season, the 5'11, 190lb blueliner scored 11 points in 55 games.
July 01 2015 10:10AM
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More trade chatter surrounding the Toronto Maple Leafs just ahead of Free Agency from Sportsnet's Nick Kypreos and TSN's Darren Dreger...
No question there is interest in Kessel. Pitt remains intrigued, but I believe Babcock would prefer to coach him first to see what he has.— Darren Dreger (@DarrenDreger) July 1, 2015
You have to imagine that after the Chicago Blackhawks sent Brandon Saad packing to Columbus yesterday that the Pittsburgh Penguins would need to revisit their backup plans. It makes a lot of sense that they'd circle back to Phil Kessel.
July 01 2015 09:40AM
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Ugh. Please don't.
According to Sportsnet's Nick Kypreos, the Toronto Maple Leafs could be calling on two of the bigger names in this year's free agency class.
July 01 2015 09:09AM
We're about an hour away from free agency, but it might be a trade that defines Toronto's day as opposed to a signing.
According to TSN's Darren Dreger, appearing on TSN 1050, the Arizona Coyotes appear to be interested in acquiring the Maple Leafs' Tyler Bozak.
June 30 2015 12:06PM
The Toronto Maple Leafs organization have made another coaching hire, but just maybe not quite as big as the Mike Babcock one.
Former USHL bench boss Anthony Noreen has been named the new coach of the ECHL Orlando Solar Bears. Noreen had been the head coach of the Youngstown Phantoms since 2011, and won USHL Coach of the Year honours this season after leading the Phantoms to a 40-14-6 record. During his time in Youngstown, Noreen helped develop NHL prospects such as Winnipeg's Kyle Connor, Arizona's Maxim Letunov, and Toronto's very own J.J. Piccinich.