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Maple Leafs’ Liljegren exits game vs. Predators with lower-body injury

Toronto Maple Leafs defenceman Timothy Liljegren exited Saturday’s game against the Nashville Predators after the second period with a lower-body injury.
Liljegren appeared to be hurt when he was checked into the end bo

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Published: 5 months ago

Predators’ O’Reilly re-directs Forsberg’s shot for second revenge goal vs. Maple Leafs

Watch as Nashville Predators centre Ryan O’Reilly re-directs Filip Forsberg’s shot through traffic to put away his second goal of the game against his former club the Toronto Maple Leafs.

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Published: 5 months ago

Breaking down Tavares’ solid start to the season for the Maple Leafs | To The Point

The Hockey Central panel gets To The Point on the latest news in the NHL, including the Maple Leafs’ goalie battle, how John Tavares has gotten off to a solid start to the season, why Sean Monahan has impressed in Montreal, and more!

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Published: 5 months ago

O’Reilly finds space by the net and beats Samsonov for revenge goal vs. Maple Leafs

Watch as Nashville Predators and former Toronto Maple Leafs forward Ryan O’Reilly secures the puck below the goal line on the power play and buries a game-tying goal against his old team in the first period.

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Published: 5 months ago

Leafs’ Nylander slaps home one-timer, ties team record for point streak to open season

Watch as William Nylander continues his wicked hot streak, slapping home a one-timer after a nicely built-up power play, tying the Maple Leafs record for a point streak to open up the NHL season with eight games.

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Published: 5 months ago

Joe Thornton retires after 24 NHL seasons: What’s his legacy?

Longtime San Jose Shark and Boston Bruin Joe Thornton officially announced his retirement from the NHL on Saturday. Here’s what you need to know: Nicknamed “Jumbo Joe”, the 44-year-old played 24 seasons in the NHL with the Bruins, Sharks, Toro

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Published: 5 months ago

Joe Thornton announces retirement after 24 NHL seasons

Joe Thornton confirmed his retirement from the NHL on Saturday after sitting out all of last season and remaining unsigned for 2023-24. He last played during the 2021-22 campaign as a member of the Florida Panthers. Thornton appeared in 1,714 games a

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Published: 5 months ago

Joe Thornton makes heartwarming and shirtless retirement announcement

After an incredible 1714 game career, Joe Thornton is hanging up the skates. The 44-year-old, who last played with the Florida Panthers in 2021-22, retired in typical Thornton fashion, as he uploaded a shirtless video of himself and had his typical,

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Published: 5 months ago

Hockey Night in Canada: Maple Leafs vs. Predators

The Maple Leafs are vying for their fourth straight win when they wrap up their road trip with a visit to the Nashville Predators on Saturday.
You can watch the game at 7 p.m. ET / 4 p.m. PT on CBC and Sportsnet+ or follow with our live NHL track

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Published: 5 months ago

Wasted chances lead to blown lead as Toronto Marlies fall in OT to Belleville

“I liked the style of play. We hit a lot of posts and had a lot of possession time in the O-zone. [Sometimes] you run into a hot goalie. I thought we did a lot of good things. We just didn’t get the result that we wanted.” – John Gruden The M

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Published: 5 months ago

Maple Leafs close out five-game road trip against the Predators

The Toronto Maple Leafs’ five-game road trip is finally coming to a close tonight in Nashville as they prepare to take on the Predators. Toronto displayed an impressive performance last game against the Dallas Stars as they picked up their second c

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Published: 5 months ago

Toronto Maple Leafs at Nashville Predators — Preview, Projected Lines & TV Broadcast Info

The Maple Leafs are looking to make it a four-win five-game road trip in their final stop in Nashville on HNIC (7:00 p.m. EST, Sportsnet). There was positive news today on the Jake McCabe front, who is not expected to miss significant time due to his

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Published: 5 months ago