Toronto Marlies goalie talks about the importance of his AHL game over playing in the NHL right now due to the lockout. With NHL games on hiatus, Ben Scrivens does not want to waste his time worrying about his career in the big leagues right now. He says his only focus is to help his […]
Jonas Gustavsson will need to remain patient. Looking to pick up a victory in his first start for the Maple Leafs in nine months, Toronto’s 26-year-old Swedish goaltender was ultimately denied in a 6-2 shellacking by the Boston Bruins on Thursday night at TD Garden.
It’s not only the goaltenders that are battling for a spot on the Toronto Maple Leafs final roster, but also forwards Matt Frattin and Nazem Kadri.
Tyler Bozak kicked off the pre-season with a bang, scoring two goals in the third, including the game-winner, and adding an assist to lead the Toronto Maple Leafs to a 4-2 win over the Ottawa Senators at the Air Canada Centre on Monday night.
The New York Rangers handed the Toronto Maple Leafs their first regulation loss of the season with a 2-1 victory Thursday night at the Air Canada Centre.
Toronto’s tenders, Jean-Sebastien Giguere and Jonas Gustavsson, have both been at mid-season form early this season, sparking the Maple Leafs to a surprising 3-0 start.
It appears until one of the netminders blinks, Wilson will be happy to use both as a tandem. This has become a common trend in the modern NHL.
Clarke MacArthur scored twice and Jonas Gustavsson made 14 saves in his season debut to give the Toronto Maple Leafs a 4-3 win over the Pittsburgh Penguins on Wednesday night.
One of the Maple Leafs best young players has somehow escaped the spotlight of the Toronto media thus far in training camp. Luke Schenn spent his first two seasons with the blue-and-white having every move criticized by both fans and media as he was the lone prospect in the system.
Amidst all the Nazem Kadri drama that has taken place over the past week, one unusual suspect has quietly found himself penciled in to Ron Wilson’s opening night lineup as a result.
Tyler Ennis scored the game winner in the second period as the Buffalo Sabres defeated the Toronto Maple Leafs 3-1 in a pre-season tilt on Saturday at the HSBC Arena. Andrej Sekera and Rob Niedermayer also scored for the Sabres, while Nikolai Kulemin replied for the Leafs.