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Mikhail Grabovski is still looking for an NHL job two weeks after being bought out by the Toronto Maple Leafs, but in spite of that fact, the 29 year old center is not considering playing in the Kontinental Hockey League.
According to Yahooâs Dmitry Chesnokov via Twitter, the former Leaf âsays he is not even considering the KHL, only the NHL.â
There have been reports that a number of...
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Apparently the Toronto Maple Leafs like Los Angeles Kings drafted goalies as they’ve signed goaltender Christopher Gibson to a three-year, entry-level contract. Gibson, 20, was drafted in the second round by Los Angeles in 2011 but opted not to sign him. Instead of re-entering the draft, the Maple Leafs signed him. Gibson was born in Karkkila, Finland but played in [...]
Wally Stanowski is 94 years old, but his memory still works like a steel trap. Ask him if he remembers the two Stanley Cups he won with the Maple Leafs, and the oldest living member of the team starts reciting the odd speech that Conn Smythe gave after Toronto lost the first three games to Detroit in the 1942 final.
“Smythe said the little man wanted you to win,” Stanowski said...
Former Toronto Maple Leafs defenseman Jonas Frögren has signed with Skellefteå in the Swedish Elite League. Frögren was drafted by the Calgary Flames in the 8th round as the 206th pick overall in the 1998 NHL Entry Draft. On July 9, 2008, Frögren signed a two-year contract with the Toronto Maple Leafs of the NHL. However, the contract Frögren signed was rejected...