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    Colin Blackwell ( Photo by Claus Andersen/Getty images) Toronto Maple Leafs: 3 players who are likely to leave in the offseason. The Maple Leafs’ season has ended in a tragic game seven loss once again. Here are three players who probably won’t be back. The Maple leafs have a great foundation with a collection of young superstars and experienced veterans. Toronto will likely look to bolster their defensive pairings and improve their goaltending before next season. This will inevitably include some key departures including a top 6 forward and a starting defensemen.Colin BlackwellColin Blackwell came to the Maple Leafs in March on a massive deal that included Mark Giordano. The trade was supposed to solidify the team’s defense and add depth at center with the Blackwell addition. Unfortunately the trade didn’t result in a playoff series win and both players now have expiring contracts. Blackwell’s impact on Toronto has been lackluster after a decent start to the season with the Kraken. The former seventh-round pick started his career with the Sharks. He finally made his NHL debut during the 2018-2019...
    The Toronto Maple Leafs look to win their 14th Stanley Cup. Here is the last time Toronto actually accomplished that feat. The Toronto Maple Leafs are one of eight teams in the Eastern Conference to clinch a spot in the Stanley Cup Playoffs. Toronto finished the 2021-22 season with the second-best record in the Atlantic Division (54-21-7, 115 points). In the first round, they will face the Tampa Bay Lightning, who won the Stanley Cup the past two seasons. Toronto has 13 Stanley Cups to their credit, but when was the last time they actually won the championship?When is the last time the Toronto Maple Leafs won the Stanley Cup?The last time the Maple Leafs won the Stanley Cup was in 1967, after they defeated the Montreal Canadiens in six games. To get to the Final, Toronto defeated the Chicago Blackhawks in six games. Toronto has not been able to win their 14th Stanley Cup ever since. In fact, they never made it back to the Stanley Cup Finals ever since winning it in 1967. Will this be the year...
    Toronto Maple Leafs (34-14-4, third in the Atlantic) vs. Washington Capitals (28-17-9, fourth in the Metropolitan) Washington; Monday, 7:30 p.m. EST BOTTOM LINE: Alex Ovechkin leads Washington into a matchup with Toronto. He currently ranks eighth in the NHL with 63 points, scoring 32 goals and totaling 31 assists. The Capitals are 18-10-4 against Eastern Conference opponents. Washington is seventh in the Eastern Conference recording 8.3 points per game, averaging 3.2 goals and 5.2 assists. The Maple Leafs are 18-7-2 in Eastern Conference play. Toronto leads the league with eight shorthanded goals, led by David Kampf with two. The teams meet Monday for the first time this season. TOP PERFORMERS: Evgeny Kuznetsov leads the Capitals with 35 assists and has 50 points this season. Joe Snively has four goals and two assists over the last 10 games for Washington. Auston Matthews has 68 total points while scoring 37 goals and totaling 31 assists for the Maple Leafs. Mitch Marner has seven goals and 10 assists over the last 10 games for Toronto. LAST 10 GAMES: Capitals: 5-5-0, averaging 3.3 goals,...
    Feb 24, 2022; Toronto, Ontario, CAN; Toronto Maple Leafs head coach Sheldon Keefe during a post game press conference after a win over the Minnesota Wild at Scotiabank Arena. Mandatory Credit: John E. Sokolowski-USA TODAY Sports The Maple Leafs have had an outstanding season but can they make a run in the playoffs? Here are 5 moves to ensure playoff success.  The Leafs haven’t been to the second round since 2004 and the team looks poised to end that streak this year. Young stars Mitch Marner and Auston Mathews are ready to bring a championship to Toronto but they will need some help to fend off some of the powerhouses in the east. Consistency will be important for Toronto, who sits at third in the Atlantic Division. It is vital the team makes a splash before the deadline to fortify this impressive roster.NHL Trade Rumors: 5 Targets Toronto Maple Leafs should pursue5. Mark Giordano – Defenseman, Seattle KrakenMark Giordano is an ideal fit as a rental defenseman for the Toronto Maple Leafs. The 38-year has put together an extremely successful...
    Imoo, who has earned praise for his work with many goalies in the NHL, apparently clicked the social media platform's heart button for the wrong things. The Sun noted Imoo's un-woke "likes" were for "unfounded U.S. government conspiracy theories and inequality" and "far-right Jan. 6 U.S. Capitol rioters." The paper added that "while the club does not challenge political views of employees, it's another matter when he didn't get in line with a push for opportunity in sports and human rights. Imoo's Twitter account is no longer active."Here's a small sample of Dusty Imoo's likes from Jan 6th. https://t.co/UxcmIxpuqs — jon (@jon)1628453190.0News of Imoo's departure came from Maple Leafs President Brendan Shanahan: "Dusty Imoo will not be joining the Toronto Marlies," the message read. "We made a mistake not thoroughly following our organizational protocols when considering this candidate for the position." More from the Sun:Imoo's activity was indeed a bad look for the club, who under Shanahan and general manager Kyle Dubas have championed an inclusive environment around the Leafs, with women in prominent player-development positions, multicultural initiatives, and support...
    When was the last time Toronto won the Stanley Cup? Maple Leafs fans are going to hear that question more times than they want to until it happens again.  Stop me if you’ve heard this one before, but it’s a tough time to be a Maple Leafs fan. However, both Buffalo and Vancouver have actually been to a combined five Stanley Cup Finals during that time (Buffalo 2, Vancouver 3), so they’ve at least had the opportunity to bring home the Cup. The Maple Leafs have not. In fact, the Maple Leafs drought gets even sadder when you compare to teams on similar Stanley Cup droughts. Only two more teams have Stanley Cup droughts longer than 40 years, those being the Philadelphia Flyers and Arizona Coyotes. The Flyers have been to six Finals during their drought, and while Arizona has never been to a Final, they’ve been a Conference Final as recently as 2012. After another heartbreaking first round defeat for the Maple Leafs at the hands of the Canadiens after an outstanding regular season, and watching that same Habs...
    More On: slap shots Sidney Crosby, Alex Ovechkin are graying and fraying Fired Rangers coach deserves second NHL chance This impending free agent could help Rangers fill leadership void The craziest Rangers season ever When Lou Lamoriello skedaddled north to take the job of Maple Leafs’ general manager in 2015 after a seeming lifetime in New Jersey, he said upon visiting the Garden for the first time with his new team, “Toronto is hockey. … Toronto should be the Yankees of the NHL.” And though Lamoriello is now three years deep into his third NHL incarnation on the Island, his wish and his vision have come true. The Maple Leafs have indeed become the Yankees of the NHL. A financial powerhouse with a team of expensive stars that never wins anything. Well, at least the Yankees can win a postseason round or two. This isn’t so much about whether a team can succeed when it commits 49.7 percent of its cap allotment to four forwards in what has become a flat-earth NHL. It is about what happens when the...
    Toronto Maple Leafs head coach Sheldon Keefe (Mandatory Credit: John E. Sokolowski-USA TODAY Sports) After failing to advance past the first round of the postseason for a fifth consecutive season, the Toronto Maple Leafs must make some changes. The Toronto Maple Leafs have done it again. They’ve failed to advance past the first round of the postseason. For five straight years, the Leafs have made the postseason. And five straight times, the Leafs have been sent packing without winning a single series. Five straight times, the Leafs bet on their core, making no significant changes. And five straight times, their core has been unable to deliver even one postseason series win. In the words of ESPN personality Tony Kornheiser, the Toronto Maple Leafs are “choking dogs”. Changes are coming to Toronto and if I were a betting man, I’d wager some of them will be huge. General Manager Kyle Dubas likely won’t be fired. And he shouldn’t be. The onus for the Leafs’ latest postseason woe doesn’t fall on Dubas. He built a good team. Does Dubas deserve criticism for,...
    The Montreal Canadiens struck first in Game 7 against the Maple Leafs, courtesy of Brendan Gallagher capitalizing on a Toronto turnover. Both the Toronto Maple Leafs and Montreal Canadiens entered Monday with their seasons on the line, in the first Game 7 between the two historic rivals since 1964. The series up to this point had been full of drama, headlined by the underdog Canadiens winning Game 5 and 6 in overtime to force a decisive Game 7. With Montreal looking to complete the series comeback, they opened up the scoring in Game 7 with a goal from Brendan Gallagher, as he took advantage of a Maple Leafs turnover and some shoddy goaltending. The sequence started with a turnover from Mitch Marner at the opposite blue line, followed by Gallagher gliding through center ice and down the wing before firing a shot through the five hole of goaltender Jack Campbell. The goal would be Gallagher’s first point of the series, but it could not come at a better time for the Habs to give them a 1-0 lead. [email protected] opens the scoring...
    Mandatory Credit: Nick Turchiaro-USA TODAY Sports The Toronto Maple Leafs have what it takes to bring the Stanley Cup home to Toronto for the first time since 1967. The Toronto Maple Leafs are one of the NHL’s most storied franchises. Their 13 Stanley Cups rank second among all franchises, trailing only the Montreal Canadiens. However, the Leafs haven’t won a single league title since 1967. In the modern era, Toronto hasn’t won a single Stanley Cup, or even gone to a Stanley Cup Final. This year’s Maple Leafs squad is looking to change that. From top to bottom, this is the arguably the most talented roster the Leafs have ever iced. It’s at least their most talented in the modern era. Entering May 3, they have their highest point percentage (.696) in the modern era. They’ve already clinched a spot in the postseason and it’s quite likely they’ll win their first division title since 2000.Why the Maple Leafs will winBut it’s not about regular season success for the Maple Leafs. They’re clearly in it to win it. Most of their...
    Toronto Maple Leafs (23-10-3, first in the North Division) vs. Winnipeg Jets (22-13-2, second in the North Division) Winnipeg, Manitoba; Friday, 8 p.m. EDT BOTTOM LINE: Mark Scheifele and Winnipeg square off against Toronto. Scheifele currently ranks fifth in the league with 44 points, scoring 15 goals and recording 29 assists. The Jets have gone 22-13-2 against division opponents. Winnipeg is third in the league with 29.5 shots per game and is averaging 3.2 goals. The Maple Leafs are 23-10-3 against opponents in the North Division. Toronto has scored 119 goals and is fourth in the Nhl averaging 3.3 goals per game. Auston Matthews leads the team with 24. The teams meet for the second straight game. TOP PERFORMERS: Scheifele has 44 total points for the Jets, 15 goals and 29 assists. Andrew Copp has six goals and two assists over the last 10 games for Winnipeg. Mitchell Marner leads the Maple Leafs with a plus-18 in 36 games this season. Morgan Rielly has seven assists over the last 10 games for Toronto. LAST 10 GAMES: Jets: 5-5-0, averaging 2.9...
    U.S. Hospital Rates Fall; N.Y. Vaccines Run Short: Virus Update Disney Plus: Everything to know about Disneys app Edmonton Oilers vs. Toronto Maple Leafs live stream, TV channel, start time, prediction, odds, how to watch the NHL online The Toronto Maple Leafs will meet the Toronto Maple Leafs for the second time this week from Scotiabank Arena on Friday night. © Provided by For The Win Edmonton was able to knock off Toronto on Wednesday in a 3-1 win and will look to make it two in a row against the Maple Leafs at home. Connor McDavid stole the show again, with 3 goals this season so far. As for the Maple Leafs, they will look to bounce back after the loss to the Oilers, they’ll need all their stars tonight with Mitch Marner, Auston Matthews, and John Tavares. This should be a fun one to watch this evening, here is everything you need to know to stream the NHL action tonight. Edmonton Oilers vs. Toronto Maple Leafs When: Friday, January 22 Time: 7:00 p.m. ET Live Stream: ESPN+ (stream...
    With the Stanley Cup handed off to its new caretakers in Tampa, the hockey world now sets its sights on the next generation of NHL talent. From Oct. 6-7, more than 200 players will be selected by the 31 NHL teams looking for the next great player to fill their lineups. While there are 217 spots for selections, No. 49 has been forfeited by the Coyotes for a violating the NHL Combine testing policy. Although the No. 1 overall pick is practically solidified (Alexis Lafreniere), the rest of the draft order is anyone’s guess.  MORE: Who is Alexis Lafreniere? | When is the 2020 NHL Draft? Here is the complete order for all seven rounds: JUMP TO ROUND: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 What is the draft order for the 2020 NHL Draft? 1. New York Rangers2. Los Angeles Kings3. Ottawa Senators (from San Jose Sharks)4. Detroit Red Wings5. Ottawa Senators6. Anaheim Ducks7. New Jersey Devils8. Buffalo Sabres9. Minnesota Wild10. Winnipeg Jets11. Nashville Predators12. Florida Panthers13. Carolina Hurricanes (from Toronto Maple Leafs)14. Edmonton Oilers15. Toronto Maple Leafs (from...
    Netflix Postpones Ma Raineys Black Bottom Preview Event After Chadwick Bosemans Death Coronavirus cases at University of Alabama climb to more than 1,000 Toronto Maple Leafs keys heading into the 2020 offseason As teams are eliminated from the playoffs, it means that the offseason has arrived for several more squads.  Having covered the teams that weren’t a part of the NHL’s return, we shift our focus to the ones that have been ousted.  Next up is a look at Toronto. © Nick Turchiaro-USA TODAY Sports The Maples Leafs have a decision to make at goaltender. After being ousted by Boston in the playoffs last year, the Maple Leafs made one big trade but largely brought back the same roster for this season.  After scuffling out of the gate, they made a coaching change, bringing in Sheldon Keefe to replace Mike Babcock.  However, they were on the playoff bubble before the pandemic hit and they wound up falling to Columbus in the qualifying round.  General manager Kyle Dubas has already made one move of note with the Kasperi Kapanen trade...
    US daily case count shoots back up over 50,000 Fast Food Breakfast Has ‘Dried Up’ As Many People Arent Commuting To Work Leafs Muzzin out of the hospital, will not return in series TORONTO (AP) Toronto Maple Leafs defenseman Jake Muzzin has been discharged from the hospital and is back at the team's hotel, and will not return to the lineup during Toronto's playoff qualification series with the Columbus Blue Jackets. © APARC Toronto Maple Leafs' Jake Muzzin skates during the second period of the team's NHL hockey game against the Pittsburgh Penguins in Pittsburgh, Tuesday, Feb. 18, 2020. (AP Photo/Gene J. Puskar) The Maple Leafs said in a statement that Muzzin will remain in quarantine within the hotel and ''look to rejoin his teammates upon recovery.'' Muzzin was injured late in the third period of Toronto's 3-0 win over Columbus on Tuesday. With the Leafs killing a penalty, Muzzin took a crosscheck from Columbus center Pierre-Luc Dubois before stumbling and jamming his head/neck into the leg of Blue Jackets winger Oliver Bjorkstrand. Muzzin couldn't get up after the...
    TORONTO (AP) — Toronto Maple Leafs defenseman Jake Muzzin has been discharged from the hospital and is back at the team’s hotel, and will not return to the lineup during Toronto’s playoff qualification series with the Columbus Blue Jackets. The Maple Leafs said in a statement that Muzzin will remain in quarantine within the hotel and “look to rejoin his teammates upon recovery.” Muzzin was injured late in the third period of Toronto’s 3-0 win over Columbus on Tuesday. With the Leafs killing a penalty, Muzzin took a crosscheck from Columbus center Pierre-Luc Dubois before stumbling and jamming his head/neck into the leg of Blue Jackets winger Oliver Bjorkstrand. Muzzin couldn’t get up after the collision and had to be taken off the ice on a stretcher. The best-of-five series, which is tied 1-1, resumes Thursday night at Scotiabank Arena. ___ More AP NHL: https://apnews.com/NHL and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports Copyright 2020 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
    (Photo by Andre Ringuette/Freestyle Photo/Getty Images) Toronto Maple Leafs defenseman Jake Muzzin suffered an awkward fall during the Stanley Cup qualifier game vs. the Columbus Blue Jackets and had to be removed from the ice on a stretcher. Jake Muzzin stumbled and lost his balance after colliding with a player on the Columbus Blue Jackets and his head met the knee of his opponent and left the Toronto Maple Leafs defenseman prone on the ice. Muzzin laid on the ice for a period of time before a stretcher came out and cautiously and safely took him away for further evaluation. Hockey is a dangerous game with an inherent risk that severe injury can take place at any given moment, but it’s often in innocuous situations such as the one Muzzin found himself in that results in devastating injury and leaving fans breathless awaiting the prognosis. You can watch the clip of the play that left Muzzin injured and resulted in him being stretchered off the ice in the video below. If you don’t want to see the injury, please don’t...
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