Coming into this season, every Toronto Maple Leafs fan expected number-one defenceman Morgan Rielly to be his usual offensively-capable skater, but he took it to a whole new level for his 2018-19 season.
Toronto Maple Leafs president and alternative governor Brendan Shanahan has signed a six-year extension to remain with the club through the 2024-25 season.
In such a young offseason, the Toronto Maple Leafs have already been busy forming their roster for next season. Signing European free agent defenceman Teemu Kivihalme and forward Ilya Mikheyev to secure some affordable depth.
After leaving the season earlier than hoped for, William Nylander is making highlight reel plays for Team Sweden over in the IIHF World Championships.
After GM Kyle Dubas gave head coach Mike Babcock peace of mind earlier this week, it appears that there will still be new faces behind the bench for next season.
Following his unfortunate passing, the Toronto Maple Leafs will be honouring legend Red Kelly in a ceremony this Friday, May 10th.
The Edmonton Oilers are back to their old ways — keeping it all within the Old Boys Club family. Hiring Ken Holland to be their next general manager comes with big plans for the struggling club, is reuniting with Mike Babcock one of them?
In the rotating carousel of what should be on the mind of every Leafs fan, recently it has been what forward Mitch Marner is really worth and what his new contract should or could look like.
Joining John Tavares as Leafs going over to Slovakia to play in the IIHF World Championship, William Nylander will play for Team Sweden in the tournament.
There is no way to avoid it. The rumours about whether or not Mike Babcock will return to be the head coach of the Toronto Maple Leafs is constant and nowhere near to quieting down.
While some teams continue playing post-season hockey, at least one member of this team will continue playing at the 2019 IIHF World Championships.
Despite the pitchfork and torches after the Maple Leafs were knocked out of the playoffs by the hand of the Boston Bruins for the third time in the last four playoff outings, there were some moments of self-reflection and other moments of pointing fingers going on during the final press conference on Thursday afternoon.