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Toronto Maple Leafs goaltender Jonas Gustavsson was injured during pregame warmups Thursday night.
Gustavvson had to be helped off the ice and to the dressing room after taking a shot from Clarke MacArthur off his left knee.
The injury forced the Maple Leafs to give Jussi Rynnas his first NHL start. Rynnas had been called up on an emergency basis due to an injury to Toronto netminder James Reimer.
Rynnas was pierced for seven goals as the Flyers sent the Maple Leafs to their 11th consecutive home loss 7-1.
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The Toronto Maple Leafs signed University of Maine standout Spencer Abbott.
The nation's leading scorer, Abbott will join the Toronto Marlies of the AHL on an amateur tryout for the rest of the season. His entry-level contract kicks in next season.
The 23-year-old left wing had 21 goals and 41 assists in 39 games for Maine and was named Hockey East Player of the Year.
By Lukas Hardonk (@LukasHardonk)
The 2011-2012 NHL season was another one filled with disappointment for the Toronto Maple Leafs and those who regularly root for them.
After a hot and consistent start that saw them in a race for one of the final few playoff spots in the Eastern Conference for more than 50 percent of the campaign, the team completely collapsed and now sits as a...
Things have gotten so bad for the Toronto Maple Leafs that during the third period of last night's 7-1 blowout loss at home to the Philadelphia Flyers, the fans in Toronto started a "Let's go Blue Jays" chant.
The Blue Jays, of course, are Toronto's baseball team, so that's gotta hurt.
Fortunately for the Maple Leafs players, there's only two...
It's been a rough year for the Toronto Maple Leafs and their fans, but there is good news: Baseball season is on the way. The Leafs got their doors blown off again on Thursday night, losing 7-1 to the Philadelphia Flyers, and that had fans turning their attention toward the upcoming Blue Jays season. Fans started chanting "Let's go Blue Jays!" during the game, a...
The Toronto Maple Leafs announced on Wednesday that they have signed free agent forward Spencer Abbott to a one-year entry level contract.
Abbott has also signed an amateur tryout contract with the Toronto Marlies of the American Hockey League and will join the Marlies for the remainder of the regular season and Calder Cup playoffs.
From the press release:
Abbott, a 23-year...
The Maple Leafs capped off another year of disappointment, embarrassment and ridicule as they were mathematically eliminated by the Carolina Hurricanes in a dismal 3-0 effort at the ACC. Jonas Gustavsson, who was not scheduled to start but was pressed into service because of the unavailability of starter James Reimer, allowed three goals on 12 shots before being pulled early in...
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With six games remaining in the regular season, the Flyers (44-24-8) have wrapped up a five-game homestand and now embark on one of those dreaded three-game-in-four-day stretches of hockey. Tonight they are in Toronto to take on the Maple Leafs (33-35-9). The game starts at 7:00 p.m. EDT and will be broadcast locally on CSN Philly and across Canada on TSN....
Arun MoraceThe Toronto Maple Leafs are one of the longest-suffering franchises in professional sports. Of the Original Six hockey teams, they have the longest Stanley Cup championship drought, a 45-year span dating all the way back to 1967. And during Toronto’s 7-1 massacre at the hands of the Philadelphia Flyers, it looks as though one of [...]Sports-Kings - The Kings of Sports Lists
With another year of no playoff hockey on the horizon, the Toronto Maple Leafs look to close out the season on a positive note and snap their losing skid at home as they take on Claude Giroux and the Philadelphia Flyers on Thursday.
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As the analyses of what went wrong with the Maple Leafs this season began pouring in following their mathematical elimination Tuesday night, the common thread regarding the club going forward is that Brian Burke will have to make significant roster changes to be able to play Randy Carlyleâs type of game and avert missing the playoffs for the eighth straight season.
TORONTO (Mar. 31) â As a way of commemorating each spring since the Maple Leafs last Stanley Cup final appearance in 1967, I offer you these 44 thoughts:
1) Iâve seen a lot of bad Leaf teams over the past 40-plus years, nearly three-quarters of that time spent as a reporter covering the Blue and White. But, never â and I mean not once â have I witnessed such...
Fans chant “Let’s Go Blue Jays” during the Leafs’ 7-1 loss to Philadelphia.
added 11:15pm, How bad can it get for the Leafs? They lost goaltender Jonas Gustavsson in the pre-game tonight.
Watch how it happened below…
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