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Marlies Sign Nicholas Baptiste to One-Year AHL Deal

The Toronto Maple Leafs’ AHL affiliate is continuing to beef up their roster, even in the dog days of the hockey offseason. Early Thursday morning, the Toronto Marlies announced the signing of forward Nicholas Baptiste to a one-year AHL contract. FWIW, #Marlies PR confirms that it's a one-year (AHL) deal for Baptiste. — Jacob Stoller…

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The Leafs Have More Centre Depth Than You May Think

Even if the return in the trade made a lot of sense, dealing Nazem Kadri – a cost-controlled top-six calibre centre who the Leafs were able to roll out on their third line – certainly wasn’t an easy thing for the Toronto Maple Leafs’ front office to do. Obviously, the Leafs needed to shore up…

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Leafs Depth Signings Suggest Marlies Could Be Even Better Next Year

When it comes to the offseason plans of the Toronto Maple Leafs’ AHL affiliate, it’s out with the old and in with the new. Coming off a season in which the organization’s most promising prospects – Rasmus Sandin, Jeremy Bracco, Timothy LIljegren, Adam Brooks, Pierre Engvall and Mason Marchment – propelled the team to within…

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Report: Leafs Working on Zaitsev Trade to Ottawa

It appears as if the Toronto Maple Leafs could be close to shedding Nikita Zaitsev’s $4.5M AAV salary off of their payroll. Hearing OTT/TOR are working on a Zaitsev deal. Might not happen for a couple of days, but it’s in the process. — Elliotte Friedman (@FriedgeHNIC) June 29, 2019 Moments after Elliotte Friedman came…

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Marlies Shopping List Taking Shape As July 1 Nears

The Toronto Maple Leafs will not be making any roster transactions on July 1st if Mitch Marner’s contract situation drags on, but the organization’s front office will certainly still be hard at work as they look to stock up their AHL affiliate. The #leafs have used the UFA window to speak with a number of…

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Can the Leafs Get an Asset for Garret Sparks?

It’s really crazy to think just how drastically the perception of Garret Sparks has declined over the course of a calendar year. June 14th 2018, and Sparks is hoisting a Calder Cup to cap off an extraordinary 2017-2018 campaign in which he was crowned as the league’s best goaltender and solidified himself as an NHL-calibre…

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Leafs on Deck Episode 26: And the Marlies season is done

After a fluky no-call in double OT of Game 6 of the Eastern Conference Finals, the Toronto Marlies’ season has come to a close. Jacob Stoller and Mike Stephens take you through the Marlies’ run and they take a look back at the progressions of some of the Leafs’ most coveted prospects. Where to Listen?…

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Marlies Season Ends On Controversial Double OT Goal

The Toronto Marlies’ season came to an end on a sour note, thanks to a controversial no-call right before Checkers forward Morgan Geekie scored the game-winning goal in double overtime to give Charlotte a 4-3 win and eliminate the Marlies from the Eastern Conference Finals. 1:35 into the second overtime period, Checkers forward Steven Lorentz…

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Marlies Approach “Do or Die” Game 6 in Charlotte

As the Toronto Marlies, down 3-2 in the Eastern Conference Finals, approach Game 6 against the Charlotte Checkers, there is no shortage of confidence within the Leafs’ AHL affiliate. “We got confidence in this group,” Trevor Moore told reporters after the Marlies’ 4-1 loss in Game 5. “We really believe that we can win two…

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Carcone hat trick wins Game 4 for Marlies, ties Eastern Conference Finals at 2-2

With three goals, including the overtime winner, and an assist in Game 4 of the Eastern Conference Finals, 23-year-old prospect Michael Carcone’s performance was the driving force of the Toronto Marlies’ 4-3 win on Thursday evening. “It’s big time. That’s the only words,” Jeremy Bracco, Carcone’s linemate, said post game. “It’s playoff hockey. This is…