Leaf Hockey

Toronto Maple Leafs News and Rumors

Toronto Maple Leafs: Who Will be the First Player Traded this Season?

Toronto Maple Leafs general manager Brad Treliving, who was hired on May 31, 2023, a few days after Memorial Day, had a tidy, quiet summer. He crossed off a few things on his to-do list: he signed some free agents on July 1; got star center Auston Ma

Read the full story on Editor In Leaf

Published: 9 months ago

Hamilton set to pay homage to Pat Quinn with 'new look' Parkdale Arena

The City of Hamilton is set to honour former NHL player, coach and general manager Pat Quinn with a "new look" and rededication ceremony to the Pat Quinn Arena (Parkdale Arena).

Read the full story on CBC Sports

Published: 9 months ago

Sergachev still bothered by loss to Leafs: 'We should've won the Cup'

On the cusp of a new season, Lightning defenseman Mikhail Sergachev said he's still "pissed off" about Tampa Bay's first-round exit at the hands of the Toronto Maple Leafs this past spring."In my head, we should've won the Cup," Sergachev said, per S

Read the full story on The Score

Published: 9 months ago

Leafs’ Matthew Knies Has Big Plans for the 2023-24 NHL Season

The post Leafs’ Matthew Knies Has Big Plans for the 2023-24 NHL Season appeared first on NHL Trade Talk. Matthews Knies is looking forward to a big season for the Toronto Maple Leafs and it starts at the rookie tournament. The post Leafs’ Matthe

Read the full story on NHL Trade Talk

Published: 9 months ago

Three Reasons Why the Maple Leafs Love Calle Jarnkrok

The post Three Reasons Why the Maple Leafs Love Calle Jarnkrok appeared first on NHL Trade Talk. One of the quiet, but key, pieces of the Toronto Maple Leafs lineup is Calle Jarnkrok. What does he bring to the team? The post Three Reasons Why the Map

Read the full story on NHL Trade Talk

Published: 9 months ago

Atlantic Notes: Knies, Savoie, Komarov

Matthew Knies gave the Toronto Maple Leafs some solid playoff hockey as a rookie just weeks after wrapping up his collegiate career, posting four points in seven games and even sliding into a top-six role at times. Unfortunately, his postseason was c

Read the full story on Pro Hockey Rumors

Published: 9 months ago

Lightning still ‘pissed off’ after playoff loss to Maple Leafs

Despite finishing below the Maple Leafs in a top-heavy Atlantic Division, the Lightning core carried two rings and a boatload of experience into last May’s showdown and never considered themselves underdogs. The Leafs needed three overtime victorie

Read the full story on SportsNet

Published: 9 months ago

Maple Leafs News & Rumors: Knies, Minton, Cowan & Jarnkrok

In this edition of Toronto Maple Leafs News & Rumors, I’ll take a look at three Maple Leafs prospects (Matthew Knies, Fraser Minten, and Easton Cowan) who will be part…

Read the full story on The Hockey Writers

Published: 9 months ago

‘All he cares about is himself’: Former Toronto Maple Leafs defenceman Frank Corrado speaks on Mike Babcock privacy allegations

As the hockey world continues to navigate through allegations of privacy concerns levied against new Columbus Blue Jackets head coach Mike Babcock, former players are continuing to come out speaking against the bench boss whose career spans four deca

Read the full story on Leafs Nation

Published: 9 months ago

Leafs goalie Samsonov debuts Curtis Joseph-inspired mask

Ilya Samsonov is bringing out a throwback for the Toronto Maple Leafs. In a pic posted by the team’s X account, Samsonov was wearing a mask that appeared to have dog fangs surrounding the cage. > NHL Player Media Tour Snaps 📸 pic.twitter.co

Read the full story on The Daily Hive

Published: 9 months ago

Maple Leafs’ Knies looking to learn more ‘leadership qualities’ after valuable playoff experience

Toronto Maple Leafs’ Matthew Knies touches on what he is looking to get out of the Maple Leafs’ rookie tournament by learning more leadership qualities after gaining some valuable playoff experience with the Maple Leafs last year.

Read the full story on SportsNet

Published: 9 months ago

Leafs rookie Knies has an obscure favourite former player

Toronto Maple Leafs forward Matthew Knies quickly became a fan favourite during his brief stint with the team last year. Suiting up in ten contests for the team in the regular season and the playoffs, Knies made an instant impact once he joined the

Read the full story on The Daily Hive

Published: 9 months ago