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Dubas brings another Leafs staff member to Penguins front office

Kyle Dubas may no longer be in charge of the Toronto Maple Leafs, but it’s safe to say he’s still impacting the team. Today, the Pittsburgh Penguins announced that they’d hired Wes Clark, who most recently worked with the Leafs last season as

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Published: 3 days ago

Penguins name Wes Clark vice president of player personnel

Wes Clark is joining the Pittsburgh Penguins as their vice president of player personnel, the team announced Tuesday. Sportsnet’s Elliotte Friedman was the first to report the story. Clark spent the past six seasons with the Toronto Maple Leafs org

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Published: 3 days ago

What to Expect From New Maple Leafs Defenceman Philippe Myers

Philippe Myers, a very big right-shot defenceman, recently signed a one-year, $775,000 contract with the Toronto Maple Leafs. The first question for many Maple Leafs fans is: Who is he?…

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Published: 3 days ago

What happened to ‘everything is on the table’ for the Maple Leafs this offseason?

In early May, the Toronto Maple Leafs leadership brass held their end-of-season media availability, which included general manager Brad Treliving, freshly minted CEO Keith Pelley and president Brendan Shanahan. Everyone had lots to say, but nobody mo

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Published: 3 days ago

The remaining question marks on the Maple Leafs’ roster this offseason

Just over a week into free agency, the Maple Leafs have filled some holes, but there is still plenty of work to do. Heading into the offseason, we identified the team’s four primary needs (in no particular order): Two real top-four defensemen A leg

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Published: 3 days ago

Where are the holes in the Maple Leafs roster?

And how soon do they need to be filled.

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Should the Toronto Maple Leafs trade David Kampf?

One of newly hired General Manager Brad Treliving’s first moves last offseason was extending centre David Kampf to a four-year, $2.4M AAV contract. The move kind of came out of nowhere, seemingly giving Kampf too much term and probably too much mon

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Maple Leafs Defense Better on Paper With Tanev and Ekman-Larsson

When the free agent market hit on July 1, Toronto Maple Leafs general manager Brad Treliving wasted no time in getting to work to add and improve his roster for…

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Published: 3 days ago

The Leafs should give Nick Robertson another shot under Craig Berube: Alberga’s Take

Just because Nick Robertson has requested a trade, it doesn’t mean that the Leafs should be inclined to do anything at all. In fact, at this point, it would be in their best interest to keep the 22-year-old winger around indefinitely. Since making

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Published: 3 days ago

Short Leafs

That's what this is, the list of all Maple Leafs players drafted while short.

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Dennis Hildeby Has Maple Leafs Goaltending Looking Sky High

The post Dennis Hildeby Has Maple Leafs Goaltending Looking Sky High appeared first on NHL Trade Talk. The Toronto Maple Leafs have last year's AHL All-Star goalie in the organization. How far can Dennis Hildeby rise this season? The post Dennis Hild

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Published: 3 days ago

Ben Danford aces first impression test at Maple Leafs’ development camp

This article is presented by bet365!  For the second consecutive year, the Toronto Maple Leafs went against consensus thinking with their first-round pick, selecting defenceman Ben Danford from the Oshawa Generals. Danford was considered by many as

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Published: 4 days ago