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The Hockey House:
Mike Komisarek’s hall of fame career with the Toronto Maple Leafs has come to an end. Yes, the Leafs did buy him out. Komisarek signed a 5-year contract with the Toronto Maple Leafs, averaging $4.5 million per season on July 1st, 2009. On January 2, 2010, Komisarek injured his shoulder in a game against the Calgary Flames, and on February 3, 2010, it [...]
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from Terry Koshan of the Toronto Sun,
“We are working on some things that might free up some (salary) cap space and if that happens, it will have an impact (on what the Leafs might do in free agency),” Nonis said on Sunday. “We’re definitely going to look at our options between now and Friday at every position and there might be some things that open up, more likely...
Based on the signals emanating from the Maple Leafs and representatives for free agent center Tyler Bozak, the two sides are not close to reaching a new deal less than 48 hours before the July free agent frenzy, but that could change as 12 Noon Friday draws closer, based on other NHL clubs having the ability to contact and informally negotiate perspective free agents.
Over the last couple of days there has been a lot of discussion about the future of Tyler Bozak. The unrestricted free agent centre played on the top line with Phil Kessel throughout the year in Toronto and is looking for a big pay day due to some varying success during this past shortened season.
The Leafs need to tread very cautiously here. In my opinion, Tyler Bozak has too...
The Toronto Maple Leafs focused primarily on shoring up the club up the middle for the present and future with the acquisition of two-time Stanley Cup winner David Bolland from the Chicago Black Hawks and the selection of centers with their two top draft picks at the NHL Draft in Newark on Sunday.
With their first round pick(21st overall), Toronto selected Frederik Gauthier of...