This will be the fourth time the Maple Leafs have played an outdoors, third time as the away team
John Lilley leaves the Leafs scouting department after 15 years.
The gritty forward likely won’t appear until the playoffs, if at all.
The little-used defender is on to other opportunities as Toronto shores up its goalie depth.
The former 30-goal scorer shows up hoping to rejuvenate his career.
The first offseason signing is Malgin?
Clear the track....
After saying Andersen wasn’t starting because he needed some rest, the Leafs admit it was more than that.
One of the AHL’s best two-way wingers will get an opportunity on a NHL roster.
The Toronto Maple Leafs trim their roster to 23 as opening night approaches.
The miniature phenom inks his first pro contract.
More player personnel and scouting hires today reveal that the Maple Leafs choose the best and most qualified applicants.
As the summer of hiring continues, the Maple Leafs are finding new and interesting people to add to the team.
All the Leafs do these days is hire new people. It’s like the reverse of the 2015 purge, only in slow motion.
The Leafs add two extremely experienced hockey executives to their already long list of scouts.
The former head of US scouting now runs the whole department.
Toronto continues to add forward depth, picking up a playmaking winger fresh off a buyout.