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The Toronto Maple Leafs may be looking to move restricted free agent defenseman Cody Franson, according to TSN hockey insider Darren Dreger.
Franson trade speculation will heat up. Leafs would like to keep him, but $$ is too much. Prospect and draft pick fair return?— Darren Dreger (@DarrenDreger) July 26, 2013
The 25 year old defenseman is looking for a long-term contract extension...
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The Toronto Maple Leafs are feeling the heat of the salary cap with a little more than $6 million of free space to sign restricted free agents Nazem Kadri Mark Fraser (who filed arbitration) and Cody Franson.
It doesn't look like there's going to be enough money to spare to re-sign all three of them so that means somebody has to be the odd man out. Darren Dreger notes it...
In a demonstration that is sure to anger fans of the Toronto Maple Leafs — make that hockey fans and well, essentially every other self-respecting human being, save for teenage girls and weirdo adults — Justin Bieber uploaded a video documenting how he had just received an autographed hockey stick from the Maple Leafs. The [...]The post Justin Bieber brags about receiving signed...
Take this for what you will, from TSN:
Free agent centre Mikhail Grabovski is close to landing with a new NHL home.
Sources close to Grabovski's situation tell TSN Hockey Analyst Aaron Ward that he is down to choosing between three NHL teams for next season.
Ward adds that contrary to reports, the Winnipeg Jets are not among them.
The Toronto Maple Leafs bought...
The Toronto Maple Leafs have signed general manager Dave Nonis to a five-year extension.
Nonis took over for the fired Brian Burke just before the start of the lockout-shortened 2013 season. The Maple Leafs finished fifth in the Eastern Conference, making the playoffs for the first time since 2004.
In announcing the extension, Maple Leafs Sports & Entertainment president and...
Recently re-signed Maple Leafs GM Dave Nonis has already made his mark on the team in his first seven months on the job but his biggest test is still ahead of him.
The Toronto Maple Leafs captain Dion Phaneuf a defenseman who logged 25:10 minutes per game in 2013 has just one year left on his contract. On top of that their leading scorer Phil Kessel is also set to become an unrestricted...
Wayne Gretzky's return to the NHL has been widely speculated on over the past few years and the rumour mill always connects Gretzky to the Toronto Maple Leafs.
However sources say Gretzky and Tim Leiweke the newly hired president and CEO of Maple Leafs Sports and Entertainment have had several conversations in recent weeks about Gretzky joining MLSE in an executive capacity...
The Biebs is all over the NHL recently, and we are wondering why the Toronto Maple Leafs decided to continue the trend by presenting him with a hockey stick signed by the team. Someone needs to step in immediately or Justin could buy a franchise soon.
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According to various news reports, the Maple Leafs have signed General Manager Dave Nonis to a five year contract extension.
MLSE President and CEO Tim Leiweke hinted in an interview with Bloomberg News last week that he planned to lock up Nonis, who took over for the deposed Brian Burke last January, to a long term deal.
âWeâll probably have some news on that very...
via Steve Simmons of the Toronto Sun,
The noise over the length of Dave Nonis’ new deal was just that, noise. Every general manager in hockey today should start with a five-year deal. It takes that long to see the fruits of your first or second drafts develop. In these salaried cap times, that’s the best way to do business, so long as you believe in the general manager ...