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David Clarkson emerged first for Maple Leafs practice Thursday wearing a third-line red jersey.
Clarkson practised at right wing with centre Dave Bolland and left-winger Mason Raymond.
Clarkson whose 10-game suspension is over will make his long-awaited debut Friday night against the Columbus Blue Jackets.
The rest of the lines remained mainly intact with Clarkson simply taking the place of the demoted Josh Leivo.
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Morgan Rielly is staying with the Toronto Maple Leafs.
Coach Randy Carlyle said Thursday that the 19-year-old defenseman won't be returned to the Moose Jaw Warriors of the Western Hockey League after he plays his ninth game with the Leafs.
A junior-eligible player is allowed to play up to nine games without his NHL team burning a year of his entry-level contract. Rielly will...
1. David Clarkson returns to Leafs lineup Friday against the Columbus Blue Jackets. The Toronto Maple Leafs signed unrestricted free agent David Clarkson last July to improve their forward depth and bolster team toughness. He’s a Toronto boy, he grew…Read more →The post Today’s 5: Clark & Clarkson, Alfie & Ottawa, Ovechkin, Iginla, & classy Martin Brodeur. appeared...
Jake Gardiner would love to ascend to the level that he found during the Maple Leafs’ brief playoff appearance last spring. But the 23-year-old defenceman is finding it to be a challenge.
“Definitely not there right now but I don’t think anyone is at that level” Gardiner said. “Playing my off-side is something to get used to and playing with a new partner (Paul Ranger...
Everyone’s favorite jedi, Phil Kessel, wasn’t having the greatest start to the season prior to Monday nights home game against Anaheim. In nine games he had only managed to grab two goals while firing off 36 shots which led to a rough 5.55 shooting percentage. All of those numbers will get a little boost after last nights incredible hat trick performance where Kessel pulled out...
To play with your heart or your head: It's a fine line hockey players deal with every time they step on the ice in games and even in practice apparently.
And it's an issue Maple Leafs coach Randy Carlyle felt obliged to address again on Thursday as he ran the risk of losing another front-line forward.
On the eve of David Clarkson's return from the 10-game suspension...
Phil Kessel had the hat trick but consider Dion Phaneuf’s trilogy a pretty good night at the office.
One a game-high six hits a couple delivered on the Anaheim Ducks’ biggest or most productive forwards.
Two a goal to pull the Leafs even 2-2 his second of the season jumping into the play and getting the Air Canada Centre crowd back in the Leafs’ corner.
Three a lead role...
NEW YORK/TORONTO (Oct. 24, 2013) – The National Hockey League and HBO Sports are joining forces for a third season on the groundbreaking series ‘24/7’ featuring two NHL Original Six™ rivals, the Detroit Red Wings and Toronto Maple Leafs, as they prepare to meet at the 2014 Bridgestone NHL Winter Classic®. For the first time, Sportsnet will give Canadians exclusive access...
When the Leafs signed power forward David Clarkson as an unrestricted free agent on July 5th, 2013, it was a sign that the Blue & White were building a tougher team to play against. General manager Dave Nonis’ vision came…Read more →The post David Clarkson returns to Leafs lineup tonight against the Columbus Blue Jackets appeared first on The Hockey Daily.
Kessel scores against Jonas Hiller of the Ducks.
Phil Kessel posted a hat trick and erased a two-goal deficit as the Toronto Maple Leafs doubled up the Anaheim Ducks 4-2 last night. James van Riemsdyk came back to the lineup and had a pair of assists for the Leafs. Jonas Hiller (19-23) lost out to Johnathan Bernier (23-25) in the goaltending matchup.
Kessel has eight points in...
While the Maple Leafs and Raptors continue to struggle to raise banners in Toronto, the Air Canada Centre is choosing to fill the space with a group who has never shot a puck or a basket professionally — but only because they’re too busy “Livin on a Prayer.”
According to the Toronto Star, Bon Jovi will receive their own banner inside the stadium, marking the first time a...
All good things must come to an end and that includes a franchise record seven game winning streak for the Ducks.
On Tuesday, the Toronto Maple Leafs got a decisive 4-2 victory over Anaheim, including a hat trick from Phil Kessel. And things started off so nicely, too.
Patrick Maroon, who was back in the line up after Dustin Penner suffered a nasty hit to the head...
In case you missed the news at the KK Hockey section, here is some information on HBO's 24/7.