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Egor Korshkov to stay in KHL for rest of season

Egor Korshkov is staying with his KHL team, Lokomotiv Yaroslavl, until the end of their season, said a source close to the 24-year-old. Lokomotiv is currently third in the KHL’s Western Conference and their last game is on February 27th, which would mean the 24-year-old may not return to Toronto until then. If Lokomotiv makes…

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Looking back at Mike Babcock’s tenure with the Maple Leafs

As you already know — the Toronto Maple Leafs fired Mike Babcock one year ago today. Spending four seasons with the team, Babcock made his presence known very quickly. The way he presented himself, the way he spoke, and the way he treated players was all unveiled at the end of his tenure. I’m not…

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The Toronto Maple Leafs reveal reverse retro jerseys

It’s been a grueling three days seeing other NHL teams release (part of) their reverse retro jerseys, but finally, the Maple Leafs have shown off theirs: Details from the past. Remixed for the future. adidas #ReverseRetro coming soon pic.twitter.com/GZex7H5tlE — Toronto Maple Leafs (@MapleLeafs) November 15, 2020 We didn’t get much other than the 1970…

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3 Toronto Maple Leafs players that are NHL ready right now

There could be training camps for NHL teams within the next month. That means there also could be some tough decisions looming for the Toronto Maple Leafs and some of their prospects. Especially for three of them, who I believe are ready to enter the NHL. Yet they may be roadblocked due to the crowded…

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What do the Leafs need to do to become Stanley Cup contenders?

After the Toronto Maple Leafs’ free agency, you could say their chances of becoming Stanley Cup Champions has become higher. Adding @T.J. Brodie, Wayne Simmonds and Joe Thornton to their roster makes them deeper but also a team that’s tougher to play against. The long off-season has made it clear that each team will come…

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Will Nick Robertson play with the Toronto Maple Leafs next season?

Nick Robertson’s situation is likely the most interesting of everyone on the team. It’s likely every hockey league will start in February and with the 19-year-old unable to play in the AHL, his future remains a mystery. Many leagues could be willing to change some rules to support teams and their prospects. And even already,…

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A Halloween edition of the Toronto Maple Leafs’ newest signings

Kyle Dubas has been busy over the last couple of days working to get two players signed to contracts. One is Joey Anderson, who was the other piece in the Andreas Johnsson trade. The other was Michael Hutchinson, who most recently was on the Colorado Avalanche, playing playoff hockey. Are the signings good and what…

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Toronto Six name Gary Soper as assistant coach for inaugural season

It looks like the Toronto Six have hired their first assistant coach. NEWS: We have named Gary Soper as an assistant coach for the upcoming season Gary is a Hockey Canada scout and a former Whitby Jr Wolves head coach. 📰: https://t.co/heASTPTdxG pic.twitter.com/CKeSaeQAWl — Toronto Six (@TheTorontoSix) October 29, 2020 Soper joins Head Coach and…

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Grading Kyle Dubas and the Toronto Maple Leafs’ free agency

The Toronto Maple Leafs did, well, a lot this free agency. Kyle Dubas filled in the holes in the roster with good, serviceable players. Old and young, the Toronto Maple Leafs are definitely a tougher team to play against. With the additions of @T.J. Brodie, Joe Thornton, Joey Anderson, Jimmy Vesey and Zach Bogosian; the…

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Grading the Maple Leafs’ draft and free agency signings

So, here we are. Four days after free agency and seven days after the NHL draft. Are you having fun yet? The Toronto Maple Leafs have made a few key additions during free agency along with drafting a great bundle of prospects. It’s been an interesting yet different free agency, but one that I can say…