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Kadri Suspended for Remainder of First Round

Nazem Kadri has been suspended for the rest of the first round against the Boston Bruins, according to the NHL Player Safety Department (ya know, the guys that hand out the suspensions). Toronto’s Nazem Kadri has been suspended for the remainder of the First Round for Cross-checking Boston’s Jake DeBrusk. https://t.co/doqkyMVrLS — NHL Player Safety…

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Jake Gardiner to return to the lineup tonight

And just like that, everything’s coming up Milhouse for the Leafs. After their depleted blue line got back Travis Dermott on Saturday against the Senators, they’re going to get another addition as Jake Gardiner will finally return to the lineup. Expect Jake Gardiner to play his first game tonight since Feb. 25. He's in the…

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Maple Leafs reportedly interested in Michigan State FA Taro Hirose

As the NCAA ice hockey season starts to wind down, the players who are leaving school – either after a four-year stint or leaving early to go pro ahead of schedule – are starting to have their meetings with NHL clubs. The players already drafted by teams, such as Quinn Hughes of the Vancouver Canucks,…

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Report: Elliotte Friedman suggests Leafs and Matthews aiming for 5-6 year deal

When the Toronto Maple Leafs found themselves constantly making headlines for a to-the-wire contract negotiation with forward William Nylander this fall, it seemed inevitable that they would do just about anything to avoid a similar situation with 2016 first overall pick Auston Matthews. The team all but confirmed that on Tuesday, with general manager Kyle…

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Dubas hoping for Matthews extension in the near future

The Toronto Maple Leafs found themselves dominating headlines through the first few months of the 2018-19 season, garnering as much attention for their play as for their contract stand-off with forward William Nylander. The deal was finalized just minutes before the deadline on December 1st, but the damage caused by the entire ordeal has sent…

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Kasimir Kaskisuo gets sent down as Leafs goaltending remains in turmoil

It’s not a season without the requisite January league-wide goaltending disaster circus, with teams scrambling to ice healthy tandems in net during the tough doldrums of the mid-season. The Leafs managed to avoid that with moderate success during their 2017-18 season, when they had two debatably NHL-caliber goaltenders being iced as an AHL tandem for…