The Toronto Maple Leafs have signed their first round draft pick, Morgan Rielly. » Continue reading “Leafs Sign Rielly”
Alright – a lot has happened over the past few days for the Toronto Maple Leafs and the Toronto Marlies, so this post is a catch-all to get everyone up to speed on everything that’s happened lately. » Continue reading “Time for a Round-Up…”
Keith Aucoin is one of your newest Toronto Maple Leafs – but how much do you REALLY know about him? Up until this point, he’s spent the majority of his NHL career with the Carolina Hurricanes and the Washington Capitals – and now, he’s ready for the Northeast Division. » Continue reading “Meeting Keith Aucoin”
The Toronto Maple Leafs recently announced the signing of three players: Keith Aucoin, Simon Gysbers and Dylan Yeo.
It’s easy to focus on the statistics for an NHL team. How many goals did ‘x’ player score? What was his plus-minus? How much ice time did this player see, or that one? But sometimes, it’s good to look at how the team came together, and how it was built – so let’s do that now, for the Toronto Maple Leafs.
Two alumni games will now be held as part of a celebration leading up to the Winter Classic featuring the Detroit Red Wings and the Toronto Maple Leafs. Over 100 alumni from both teams will compete in the 2012 Maple Leafs vs. Red Wings Alumni Showdown at Conamerica Park on December 31. » Continue reading “A Look at the Alumni Roster”
The 24-year-old native of Munich, West Germany was drafted 111th overall in the 2006 NHL Entry Draft by the Maple Leafs. This past season was his second with the Marlies, and he had 20 points (1-19) in 67 games this season.
Holzer also played two games with the Leafs in 2010-11.
Just over a week after the NHL free agent market opened, the Toronto Maple Leafs have remained one of the quieter teams, landing just two new players and staying inactive since last weekend.
Jake Gardiner played a total of 79 games last season, between the AHL and NHL clubs in Toronto. He also played in 17 games of the Calder Cup Finals and as the youngest player on the roster, still has two years remaining in his entry-level contract with the Maple Leafs.
While some teams made a splash in the free agent pool on Sunday, the Leafs organization remained fairly quiet. The team signed just one player who didn’t spend last year in a Toronto uniform.