Maple Leafs Trades
Leafs also give up a seventh-round pick.
The unused forward has been given a fresh start on the west coast.
The Leafs add their goalie depth.
The gritty forward likely won’t appear until the playoffs, if at all.
Let’s see if we can make a roster that’s cheaper, not much worse, and leaves enough room for Pietrangelo
Kyle Dubas has begun his work restructuring the roster.
Today’s Retro May post is a fresh look back at the Kadri trade.
Understanding the moves made by the Marlies at the trade deadline
Dubas had some pointed remarks if you read through his optimistic PR
The Maple Leafs help the Golden Knights get a goalie, and we see a long lost name pop up once again.
Wait, I know that name...
It’s an AHL swap and an NHL swap, but they’re all likely going to stay in the minors.
Sometimes you swing and miss, sometimes you swing and end up hitting yourself in the face.
The Leafs make a left for right swap.
It’s time to say goodbye to a Maple Leaf who has been with us for ten years.
Alexander Kerfoot and Calle Rosen also swap in the trade.
It’s the trade of the summer, one that both sides hate in equal measure.
The Leafs switch their final pick of the 2019 draft for a pick next year.
Zaitsev confirms he asked for a trade.
The Leafs make a move to acquire more forward help for the Marlies down the stretch.
Laurence Gilman acquires yet another guy from the Utica Comets.