The one last thing to do this offseason for GM Kyle Dubas and the Leafs’ front office is to re-sign Mitch Marner and it looks like there is still a lengthy timeline ahead.
The Maple Leafs have already created a new look for their roster heading into the 2019-20 regular season, but one of their players will be visually looking different as well.
When the Toronto Maple Leafs and the Ottawa Senators made a trade on July 1st, it was seen as primarily just the swap of two bad defencemen that will see different amounts of time with their new clubs, but now it seems like one of the throw-ins within the deal might see some time in…
In this episode of HOSERS, Chris had someone expose themselves to him, Carter hates Artemi Panarin, and Thomas whispers the whole damn time.
After the trade between the Toronto Maple Leafs and Ottawa Senators that was official on Monday, many have been wondering whether or not new Toronto defenceman Cody Ceci can somehow improve on his results now that he’s a Leaf.
Acquired in the Nazem Kadri trade, Alexander Kerfoot is now a Maple Leaf for long-term — signing a four-year extension worth $14-million.
It’s starting to become a familiar feeling for Toronto sports fans. Letting go and making peace with the fact that one of the more beloved athletes in this market is making way to begin a new chapter for the franchise.
In the flurry known as July 1st in the world of the NHL, the Toronto Maple Leafs were able to make moves that were not seen as especially game-breaking, but will certainly have an effect on their success next season.
What has already been a busy opening to free agency for the Toronto Maple Leafs, it becomes even bigger, acquiring right-handed defenceman Tyson Barrie and centre Alex Kerfoot from the Colorado Avalanche for Nazem Kadri and defenceman Calle Rosen.
In the madness that is July 1st in the hockey world, Nick Kypreos leaked a little something that was an interesting thing to note on the Sportsnet broadcast.
One of the six draft picks the Toronto Maple Leafs selected last weekend on the floor of Rogers Arena in Vancouver was a 5-foot-9 defenceman coming out of a high school program in Minnesota with the entire hockey world ahead of him.
Before the frenzy of free agency begins on Monday, the Toronto Maple Leafs have re-signed one of their acquisitions last season. Retaining the services of goaltender Michael Hutchinson for another season.