Leafs send Tyler Gaudet back to the AHL

Let’s not make this into more than it is. Gaudet was recalled by the Leafs to be on the roster when the team went on the road to Nashville, where he played last season. This is what we’ll come to recognize as the “Reverse Babcock” where the team actually treats players decently. With the team…

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Bracco, Timashov, and Harpur on the trading block

Last night on Hockey Night in Canada, Elliotte Friedman reported on the Headlines segment that Leafs players Jeremy Bracco, Dmytro Timashov, and Ben Harpur are all being shopped. For me, Bracco comes as no surprise. In now his fifth season since he was drafted late in the second round, Bracco has still yet to develop…

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Sandin loaned to the World Juniors

While we wait on the news for Tyson Barrie’s status, we do seem to have other defense related news, as Rasmus Sandin has been loaned to the World Juniors to play for Sweden. Defenceman Rasmus Sandin has been loaned to Team Sweden for the 2020 World Junior Championship.#LeafsForever pic.twitter.com/AEfj5HFBVF — Toronto Maple Leafs (@MapleLeafs) December…

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Leafs loan Aberg, Marincin to the Marlies

Do you think Martin Marincin has some dirt on Kyle Dubas or something? But only a little bit of dirt. Because he’s still sticking around in the organization for the rest of his life, it seems, and will play enough for the Leafs, but not all that much that you seem to even remember if…

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Maple Leafs Assign Joseph Woll to the Toronto Marlies

Leafs PR announced earlier today that the Maple Leafs have reassigned goaltender Joseph Woll to the Toronto Marlies. Woll was a 3rd round pick for the Leafs in 2016, who had strong showings in back to back World Junior appearances for the United States. He completed his 4-year program at Boston College in 3 years,…

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Michal Neuvirth released from PTO

Deep down you thought that Matt Read or at least Brandon Halverson would be the first PTO to end, but here is Michal Neuvirth proving us all wrong. The MapleLeafs have released Michal Neuvirth from his Professional Tryout. — Leafs PR (@LeafsPR) September 24, 2019 The decision comes after an injury plagued training camp, that…

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Jack Han to become Marlies Assistant Coach

Originally hired back in 2017, Jack Han was brought in as a part of the Research and Development staff that was growing at a rampant rate. Known for his video work, Han has now been moved through the organization and is now an Assistant Coach with the Toronto Marlies.

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Marlies Sign Nicholas Baptiste to One-Year AHL Deal

The Toronto Maple Leafs’ AHL affiliate is continuing to beef up their roster, even in the dog days of the hockey offseason. Early Thursday morning, the Toronto Marlies announced the signing of forward Nicholas Baptiste to a one-year AHL contract. FWIW, #Marlies PR confirms that it's a one-year (AHL) deal for Baptiste. — Jacob Stoller…

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Brown, Ozhiganov provide anecdotes about Leafs departure

It’s the Dog Days of Summer, so pretty much any new hockey-related information will dominate the news cycle. Since we’re all sick of hearing that Mitch Marner hasn’t signed a contract yet, here are some anecdotes that Igor Ozhiganov and Connor Brown shared recently about their departure from the Leafs.

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Marner Watch Update: Basically the Same as the Last One

What else is there left to say on this, honestly? While taking in some World Junior Showcase action over the weekend, as most GMs are want to do, Kyle Dubas sat down with TSN’s Tessa Bonhomme to cover a myriad of topics pertaining to the Leafs. That’s perfectly fine, right? I mean, we’re deep into…

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Leafs trade Borgman to St. Louis for Jordan Schmaltz

The Leafs appear to be pretty active these days, as they’ve made another move in acquiring Jordan Schmaltz from the St. Louis Blues for Andreas Borgman. #Leafs have traded Andreas Borgman to St. Louis for right-shot defenceman Jordan Schmaltz. A former first round pick by St. Louis is 2012, Schmaltz played in 20 regular season…