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Toronto Maple Leafs left wing Joffrey Lupul will miss the next three to four weeks with a separated shoulder, the team announced Wednesday.Lupul was forced to leave Tuesday's game against the Boston Bruins after he was hit into the boards by David Krejci in the second period.The 28-year-old has 25 goals and 47 assists in 66 games for Toronto this season.Maple Leafs forward Colby Armstrong is also out due to a broken nose. He's listed as day-to-day.
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The Toronto Maple Leafs and center Mikhail Grabovski agreed on a five-year contract extension the team announced Tuesday.Financial terms of the deal haven't been disclosed.Grabovski is in the final year of a three-year contract he signed with the Maple Leafs in 2009 worth an average annual amount of $2.9 million.The 27-year-old has 20 goals and 25 assists in 59 games for Toronto this season.
The Toronto Maple Leafs have signed center Mikhail Grabovski to a $27.5-million, five-year contract extension.
The 28-year-old Belarusian was due to become an unrestricted free agent July 1. He's making $3.1 million this season.
The deal comes shortly after Leafs general manager Brian Burke elected not to deal Grabovski at the trade deadline. Grabovski has 20 goals and 25 assists...
With All-Star winger Joffrey Lupul out indefinitely with an upper body injury, it was expected that the Leafs would need to recall a scoring winger to take his place in the lineup, most likely Nazem Kadri.
This morning the Leafs recalled recently acquired Carter Ashton and he will make his Leafs debut tonight.
The Toronto Maple Leafs have locked up one of their key forwards for the long term, as the club announced Tuesday that they have signed Mikhail Grabovski to a five-year contract extension.
"We are extremely pleased to have Mikhail under contract for the next five seasons," said general manager Brian Burke in a team...
Just when the Bruins appeared to have a sure-fire win on their schedule, the Maple Leafs go out and fire coach Ron Wilson, paving the ways for Toronto to welcome new coach Randy Carlyle on Tuesday night against the B's. It's sure going to be a hostile environment as the Bruins look to continue their dominance of the Leafs this season, but NESN Nation's Dan Duquette isn...
This is another perfect example of why the National Hockey League needs to "not" ban fighting. First you have a punk like Colby Armstrong, who has a history of being one of those players that plays on the edge and takes liberties on other teams star players.
If you think that I am kidding go over to Youtube you will see that he has a hit parade of high questionable...
The injury occurred when David Krejci delivered this hit.
Ontario, Canada -- Toronto Maple Leafs GM Brian Burke was interviewed by Newstalk 1010's John Moore of Moore in the Morning yesterday. All was fine and dandy until Moore pressed BB about his job...
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With one win under his belt as new head coach of the Toronto Maple Leafs, Randy Carlyle looks to add to his win totals as the Blue and White return home for an original six match-up against the Boston Bruins.
This is the fifth of six meetings between the Northeast Division rivals this season. The Bruins have swept the season series thus far, going a perfect 4-0-0. Boston's...
The Maple Leafs and Mikhail Grabovski agreed to a five year, $27.5 million contract extension. Elliotte Friedman breaks down the [deal].
Brian Burke is getting [jobbed] by the Toronto media.
The Bruins [signed] FA goalie Marty Turco to back up Tim Thomas. Tuukka Rask is out 4-6 weeks lower abdomen/groin strain.
Sharks coach Todd McLellan has a new view of ...
Who: Pittsburgh Penguins (39-21-5) vs. Toronto Maple Leafs (30-29-7) Where: Consol Energy Center When: 7:30 PM EST Channels: TSN, NBCSN, RDSI I constantly spell Toronto wrong. Maybe it’s the placement of the Os, but literally every time I type it I get a red squiggly. Marc-Andre Fleury has his fourth 35 win season in a [...]
It will be a long, painful stretch drive for a pair of Canadian teams. The Calgary Flames and the Toronto Maple Leafs have made a habit in recent years of putting together heartbreaking drives for the postseason. This year, another replay of this sad spring ritual seems to be underway. A month ago, the Leafs sat in a playoff spot, their own destiny in their hands and a playoff...