Toronto Maple Leafs Newshttps://www.nhl.com/mapleleafs/news/Toronto Maple Leafs NewsFri, 14 Jul 2017 01:34:21 +0000Remembering Former Maple Leaf Tod Sloanhttps://www.nhl.com/mapleleafs/news/remembering-former-maple-leaf-tod-sloan/c-290392422<div class="article-item__preview"><p>The Toronto Maple Leafs organization mourns the loss of Tod Sloan, who passed away at the age of 89.</p><p>Sloan spent 10 seasons with the Maple Leafs, and was part of two Stanley Cup championship teams in 1949 and 1951.<br/> <br/>Conn Smythe shared the following revelation about Tod Sloan: "Todd is his own boss. He does what he likes with the puck. It took a few years to discover that the best way to handle him was to leave him alone."</p></div>Toronto Maple Leafs / MapleLeafs.comFri, 14 Jul 2017 01:34:21 +0000Maple Leafs Sign Timothy Liljegren to Entry-Level Dealhttps://www.nhl.com/mapleleafs/news/maple-leafs-sign-timothy-liljegren-to-entry-level-deal/c-290378114<div class="article-item__preview"><p>The Toronto Maple Leafs announced today that the hockey club has signed defenceman Timothy Liljegren to a three-year entry-level contract.</p></div>Toronto Maple Leafs / MapleLeafs.comWed, 12 Jul 2017 19:43:06 +0000Maple Leafs Announce Training Camp Visit to Niagara Fallshttps://www.nhl.com/mapleleafs/news/maple-leafs-announce-training-camp-visit-to-niagara-falls/c-290372788<div class="article-item__preview"><p>The Toronto Maple Leafs announced today that the team will travel to Niagara Falls, Ontario for three days at the start of their 2017-18 training camp.</p><p>"Following two successful training camps in Halifax, we're excited to open this upcoming season in Niagara Falls," said Maple Leafs President &amp; Alternate Governor Brendan Shanahan. "We're continually looking to take our camps to different places to provide memorable experiences for both our fans and players. We'd like to thank the people of Halifax as well as the great number of volunteers for a wonderful experience. We look forward to a similar experience in Niagara Falls."</p></div>Toronto Maple Leafs / MapleLeafs.comWed, 12 Jul 2017 15:58:03 +0000Maple Leafs Agree to Terms with Zach Hyman on Four-Year Extensionhttps://www.nhl.com/mapleleafs/news/maple-leafs-agree-to-terms-with-zach-hyman-on-four-year-extension/c-290305142<div class="article-item__preview"><p><style type="text/css">p.p1 {margin: 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px; text-indent: 48.0px; font: 15.0px Arial; -webkit-text-stroke: #000000}span.s1 {font-kerning: none}</style>The Toronto Maple Leafs announced today that the hockey club has agreed to terms with forward <span class="token token-playerCard" id="token-1B1027C278832C8E02DA0">Zach Hyman</span> on a four-year extension. The average annual value of the contract will be $2.25 million ($2.0M in 2017-18 and 2018-19, and $2.5M in 2019-20 and 2020-21).</p></div>Toronto Maple Leafs / MapleLeafs.comWed, 05 Jul 2017 23:49:04 +0000Marleau: Right Fit for the Leafs, Adds Depth to Young Rosterhttps://www.nhl.com/mapleleafs/news/marleau-right-fit-for-the-leafs-adds-depth-to-roster/c-290278796<div class="article-item__preview"><p>On the second day of the NHL's unrestricted free agency period, the Maple Leafs landed a major component for the next three seasons when they signed former San Jose Sharks cornerstone forward Patrick Marleau to an $18.75-million contract.</p><p>The signing, which was made official late Sunday afternoon, carries an average annual salary cap value of $6.25 million for the services of the 37-year-old Marleau, who had spent his entire 19-year NHL career in San Jose and leaves that franchise as its all-time leader in regular-season games played (1,493), goals (508), points (1,082), power play goals (160), shorthanded goals (17), game-winning goals (98) and shots on net (3,798).</p></div>Adam ProteauMon, 03 Jul 2017 00:25:18 +0000Patrick Marleau: July 2, 2017https://www.nhl.com/mapleleafs/news/patrick-marleau-july-2-2017/c-290278648<div class="article-item__preview"><p><b>Q. Patrick, can you talk about the last day, what it's been like and what it came down to in the end.</b></p><p><b>PATRICK MARLEAU</b>: I think I've worn out a few carpets pacing around the house trying to make this decision over the past couple of days. I'm extremely excited and happy to be a part of the Maple Leafs organization. It's definitely an honour to be able to call myself a Maple Leaf. Obviously, being a Canadian player, a Canadian-born player, this decision took me quite a while to come to but I've made it, I'm happy with it and I can't wait to get started.</p></div>Toronto Maple Leafs / MapleLeafs.comMon, 03 Jul 2017 00:11:26 +0000Maple Leafs Sign Free Agent Forward Patrick Marleauhttps://www.nhl.com/mapleleafs/news/maple-leafs-sign-free-agent-forward-patrick-marleau/c-290276718<div class="article-item__preview"><p>The Toronto Maple Leafs announced today that the hockey club has signed free agent forward Patrick Marleau to a three-year contract. The annual average value of the contract is $6.25 million.</p></div>Toronto Maple Leafs / MapleLeafs.comSun, 02 Jul 2017 21:40:37 +0000Maple Leafs Sign Greening, Mueller, and LoVerdehttps://www.nhl.com/mapleleafs/news/maple-leafs-sign-greening-mueller-and-loverde/c-290265648<div class="article-item__preview"><p>The Toronto Maple Leafs announced today that the hockey club has signed forward Colin Greening to a one-year contract while forward Chris Mueller and defenceman Vincent LoVerde have signed two-year contracts.</p><p>Greening's contract is worth $750,000 while Mueller's contract carries an annual average value of $650,000 and LoVerde's contract carries an annual average value of $725,000.</p></div>Toronto Maple Leafs / MapleLeafs.comSat, 01 Jul 2017 22:13:28 +0000Leafs Open Free Agency Period with New Additionshttps://www.nhl.com/mapleleafs/news/leafs-open-free-agency-period-with-new-additions/c-290261264<div class="article-item__preview"><p>On the first day of the NHL's unrestricted free agency period, the Maple Leafs retained the services of goaltenders <span class="token token-playerCard" id="token-109A11F6F6A582E09DEBC">Curtis McElhinney</span> and <span class="token token-playerCard" id="token-03FEA4BF87EC86565B7B6">Garret Sparks</span>, while adding veteran defenceman Ron Hainsey to shore up the blueline, and experienced Dominic Moore to provide depth at the centre position. McElhinney, Sparks and Hainsey agreed to two-year deals: McElhinney's new contract carries an average annual value (AAV) of $850,000; Sparks' pact has an AAV of $675,000; and Hainsey's deal is worth $3 million per season. And Moore's contract is for one year with a salary of $1 million.</p></div>Adam Proteau / MapleLeafs.comSat, 01 Jul 2017 20:48:53 +0000Maple Leafs Sign Free Agent Centre Dominic Moorehttps://www.nhl.com/mapleleafs/news/maple-leafs-sign-free-agent-centre-dominic-moore/c-290260910<div class="article-item__preview"><p>The Toronto Maple Leafs announced today that the hockey club has signed free agent centre Dominic Moore to a one-year contract worth $1 million.</p><p>Moore, 36, joins the Maple Leafs after collecting 25 points (11 goals, 14 assists) in 82 games with the Boston Bruins in 2016-17. Over the course of his 12-year NHL career, the Thornhill, Ontario native has registered 270 points (100 goals, 170 assists) while posting a 53.3% face-off win percentage in 847 regular season games. He has also recorded 29 points in 99 career playoff games. This marks Moore's second tenure with the Maple Leafs after he spent parts of the 2007-08 and 2008-09 seasons in Toronto.</p></div>Toronto Maple Leafs / MapleLeafs.comSat, 01 Jul 2017 20:06:34 +0000