Good morning Toronto Maple Leafs fans!

I guess?

Now I'm not saying it's time to panic or anything but original starting goalie Ilya Samsonov is sick and, well, lost his job.

Newly minted starting goalie Joseph Woll left last night's game, injured.

Recap: Joe Woll goalies the Sens, exits with an injury
The top line showed up when they needed to.

So that leaves us with... Martin Jones and some Marlies goalies.

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Okay. It's fine. Maybe Wolls injury isn't serious? Maybe Samsonov just had the sniffles? Maybe it's time to panic?

If this is a long term problem, I'm sure there are options out there for help. Michael Hutchinson is available...

Get well (very) soon Joey.

So, last night's game wasn't the best. Neither have many of the games this season. It's not like the team is looking to actively get worse though. Right?

Report: Maple Leafs interested in Flyers’ Rasmus Ristolainen
Philadelphia Flyers defenseman Rasmus Ristolainen is reportedly drawing interest from the Toronto Maple Leafs, according to Sportsnet’s Elliotte Friedman.


Brad Treliving on William Nylander’s lingering contract situation: “I’ve stated it any time I’ve been asked: Our sole objective is to get him signed”
GM Brad Treliving joined Real Kyper and Bourne to discuss the news of John Klingberg’s season-ending surgery, his activity in the defense trade market, and the news of a rising cap projection to nearly $88 million for next season. What was the process of getting to where you are now with John Klingberg? Treliving: This […]

Okay, that at least sounds hopeful.

Did Steve Simmons say something smart?

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What does two-way baseball star Shohei Ohtani’s free agency have to do…

The Canucks. Who sat them coming?

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All over the NHL, there have been teams and players that are exceeding their preseason expectations. Here are five of the most stunning examples.

A new hockey documentary has premiered, about a player overcoming ageism and racism in high level 55+ hockey.

OVERTIME follows a 60-year-old woman overcoming racism in hockey
OVERTIME follows the story of Kelley Lee Gilmore, a 60-year-old Ph.D. doctor, university professor, and hockey player.

Finally, does anyone need a giant hockey stick? There's one available.

B.C. city prepares to stickhandle removal of world’s largest hockey stick
Vancouver Island’s Cowichan Valley Regional District wants to know who is willing to take a shot at owning the world’s largest hockey stick.

Enjoy your day everyone!