I’m sorry but you’re asking how much for what? Have you ever had that moment when you had to ask your self if you’ve finally crossed over from the age where you understand fads and you know all of the hip kids out there who are doing the music and clothing and tiktoks that the youth love?
In his press conference on the opening day of training camp, head coach Sheldon Keefe discussed the pressure facing the team this season, his job security, Ilya Mikheyev’s role in wake of an alleged trade request over the offseason, and the competition for spots at training camp.
“I think you all know how I feel about being a Leaf. But there’s a business aspect to it. Being a Toronto Maple Leaf is pretty special to me.” These were the words said by defenseman Morgan Rielly during his media avail on Wednesday.
This is your Maple Leafs, and a few extras, invites, prospects and minor leagurers. Today the Maple Leafs introduced their training camp roster. This will be the first proper training camp of Sheldon Keefe’s tenure as a coach.
The Toronto Maple Leafs will be under all sorts of pressure this coming NHL season – pressure to make the playoffs; pressure to do some damage in the playoffs; pressure to keep angsty Leafs’ fans from breaking out in hives.
After the Toronto Maple Leafs development camp, the team’s prospects quickly turned things around to take part in the rookie tournament that was being held in Traverse City, Michigan. It was the perfect opportunity for players to get back into the swing of things and to even prove their worth.
The Toronto Maple Leafs are ready to kick off another season as training camp opens this week. Most of the team has been together for a few weeks now, holding informal skates and friendly scrimmages to work on some chemistry and shake off some summer rust.
The Toronto Maple Leafs enter training camp with a different look for the 2021-22 season. One of the biggest criticisms of Kyle Dubas has been his teams have too much skill and not enough size, too much finesse and not enough fight.
Goes double for the Marlies. The official training camp roster will be released tomorrow, but barring any new PTOs, there won’t be new surprises. The old surprises from a summer that seems like it shouldn’t be over are enough, though.
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Sportsnet’s Justin Bourne posted an interesting article yesterday titled “What To Expect From the Toronto Maple Leafs in 2021-22.” In that article, Bourne talked about working with Sheldon Keefe for two seasons.
On Friday, the Toronto Maple Leafs signed Nikita Gusev to a professional tryout. Last season, Gusev played 31 games between the New Jersey Devils and the Florida Panthers and scored four goals and six assists for 10 points in 31 games.