All four skaters that were put on waivers yesterday have cleared and been assigned to the Toronto Marlies.
The final whistle of the pre-season has been blown. For the next several months, it’s only games that matter in the standings and trying to win a playoff series. The Toronto Maple Leafs demolished the Detroit Red Wings in their last exhibition game, 5-0.
The roster is taking form and some exciting names are still a part of the Toronto Maple Leafs just days away from the opening to the 2019-20 regular season on Oct. 2.
With a roster full of players that hope to sniff a couple games with the Toronto Maple Leafs, the team headed to Detroit to face a more complete Red Wings lineup. Of course they came away with a victory, it’s Detroit.
After about a month off to rejuvenate for the season, the podcast is back and full of that good hockey juice. On this episode, they’re joined by The Athletic’s Ian Tulloch.
Beyond the hottest news around town, the captaincy of the Toronto Maple Leafs has been discussed at length. Questions regarding which member of the current core will have the “C” placed on their jersey before the puck drops on Oct. 2 against the Ottawa Senators have been at the core of every media scrum.
Rasmus Sandin has been one of the most impressive young Leafs this preseason. The 19-year-old defenceman has done everything to surprise and excite fans and front office personnel. But should the Leafs really burn a year of his Entry-Level Contract, just to have a young blueliner start his NHL career?
It’s the fifth game of the preseason and the Toronto Maple Leafs — made up of essentially players that are going to be playing as Marlies this season — are in Montreal. Surprisingly, Toronto was able to win 3-0 and Michael Hutchinson earned the shutout.
The Toronto “Maple Leafs” are in Montreal tonight to face a slightly stronger group in the Canadiens. What could be an eventual loss considering the state of the lineups, could prove to be a useful game to see some Marlies talent against some NHL regulars.
After the first official home game of the preseason last night, the Leafs are heading to Buffalo for their fourth preseason game. We’re almost halfway done with the exhibitions — almost.
We can and we will. A sentiment said by GM Kyle Dubas last summer with all three of the former top prospects that have become high-performing NHL forwards, still unsigned to second contracts.
The wait is over. Both sides have agreed to a contract and everyone can now enjoy the game itself. The Toronto Maple Leafs have signed winger Mitch Marner to a six-year contract that will carry a cap hit of $10.893-million.