With training camp underway we look back to 1929 and a photo of future Hall of Famers Charlie Conacher, Ace Bailey, Joe Primeau and Hap Day taking part in some unorthodox training techniques before the start of their season.
There are two things you can anticipate with Randy Carlyle.
First, he will devise countless lineups and combinations. “Last year was my first with Randy and he played me all over the place,” is the way forward Jay McClement put it.
Second, his teams will have a strong third line.
Carlyle’s 2006-2007 Stanley Cup-winning Anaheim team thrived with a checking line that consisted of Sammy Pahlsson, Rob Niedermayer and Travis Moen.
Once the home ...
The Maple Leafs are in town and with training camp set to begin on Wednesday, Leafs TV spoke with a few players after they took to the ice Monday at the MasterCard Centre.
With hockey back in full swing, Brooke Pashley and I stop in with our first Leafs Look Ahead of the season. Everything you need to know for the next week involving your Maple Leafs in one handy video.
The Maple Leafs ended the 2013 rookie tournament in London, Ontario with a 6-2 loss to the Ottawa Senators. The Leafs ended the tournament with a 2-1-0 record.
Toronto jumped out to a 2-0 first period lead after goals from Stuart Percy and Matt Rupert. The Senators tied the game in the second and blew the game wide open with four third period goals. The contest also featured three fights which the Leafs were decisive winners.
The Leafs didn’t dress Morgan Rielly, Matt Finn, Same Carrick and Carter Verhaeghe.
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The Maple Leafs play their third and final game of the 2013 rookie tournament tonight in London against Ottawa (7pm Rogers TV). The two teams enter the game with 2-0-0 records.
It is expected that 2013 sixth round draft pick Antoine Bibeau will get the start in net tonight for the Leafs. The status of Matt Finn will be determined after the morning skate as the blueliner left Saturday’s game with a shoulder stinger.
Once again you can watch all the action on Rogers TV (Channel 368 SD, 369 HD on Rogers ...
The Maple Leafs remained perfect at the 2013 rookie tournament thanks to another 4-3 shootout win this time over the Pittsburgh Penguins. Brad Ross scored the shootout winner as the Leafs will now face the Ottawa Senators on Sunday at 7pm to close out the three-game tournament. Both teams enter the game with perfect 2-0-0 records.
Ross was the fourth shooter and scored on a pretty backhander. The Leafs signed free agent goalie Christopher Gibson this past summer and the Finnish netminder stopped three of the four shooters and was very ...
Maple Leafs David Clarkson and Dion Phaneuf were at the NHL media tour in New Jersey and New York over the past two days.
Our Brooke Pashley was there and spoke with both players as they did a photo and video shoot on Thursday. Friday, they opened the New York Stock Exchange and visited The top of the Rock.
Take a look at the photos and video.
After Thursday’s opening win at the three-game rookie tournament, the Leafs will the play the second of three games tonight against Pittsburgh (7pm Rogers TV). The tournament wraps up Sunday against Ottawa.
It is expected that Christopher Gibson will get the start tonight with Antoine Bibeau getting the call on Sunday.
Once again you can watch all the action on Rogers TV (Channel 368 SD, 369 HD on Rogers Digital Cable across Ontario)
Here is a full list of what channel Rogers TV is in your location and where to watch the games:
London, St. ...
Maple Leafs rookies opened the three-game rookie tournament with a 3-2 shootout win over the Chicago Blackhawks on Thursday. Tyler Biggs was the fifth shooter and his goal on Mac Carruth was the winner when Garret Sparks stopped Byron Froese.
Josh Leivo scored a power play goal in the first period and Brad Ross scored on a great shot to put the Leafs leading 2-0 after two periods. The Blackhawks replied with two third period goals forcing the game to overtime which didn’t produce a winner.
The night ended early for Leivo as according ...
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