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Our Online And Leafs TV Coverage From The Draft


The NHL Draft is just five days away and a cast of thousands from Leafs TV and will bring you lots of coverage from the draft.

I caught up with Marlies play-by-play man Jon Abbott as we let you know what to expect this weekend including live shows, twitter Q & A’s, behind-the-scenes video and more.

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Trade Fuels Competition


In the 165th day of his tenure, Maple Leafs GM Dave Nonis moved boldly to address the key position on his hockey club.

In acquiring 24-year-old Jonathan Bernier, Nonis moved a player with 30-goal potential in Matt Frattin, backup Ben Scrivens and a second-round draft choice for the player he hopes will be the club’s number goalie for the next decade.

Nonis, of course, wouldn’t and shouldn’t say that.

Bernier is, he said, destined to be locked in a battle with 25-year-old incumbent James Reimer for the number one job.

“Nothing is guaranteed to […]

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Watch A Few Bernier Highlights


Here are some highlights from the newest Maple Leafs goaltender Jonathan Bernier from this past season.

A full highlight reel

Bernier stops Wingels on penalty shot

Bernier denies Leddy


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World Junior Hockey tournament is a chance for hockey to invite more kids into the game

Organizers hope the World Juniors in Toronto will help boost the game in multicultural Toronto.

Organizers hope the World Juniors in Toronto will help boost the game in multicultural Toronto.

The City of Nations is hosting the world in a tournament that features our national sport.

Clearly, the announcement that the Maple Leafs and Montreal Canadiens are hosting the 2015 and 2017 World Junior Hockey Championships carries a global message.

Details of the tournament were released Thursday at a press conference at Air Canada Centre.

Both cities will host a preliminary round every year. Toronto will host a medal round that spans December 2014 into January 2015. Montreal […]

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World Junior FAQ’s


Hockey Canada announced that the Maple Leafs and Montreal will be co-hosts for the 2015 & 2017 World Junior Hockey Championships.

We know you have questions about how to get tickets so below are some FAQ’s that will help answer them:

Q: How do I get tickets to the 2015 and 2017 IIHF World Junior Championships?
A: Your first chance to get tickets for the 2015 and 2017 tournaments will be by registering for the ticket draw. This will be the only way to ensure you have a chance at accessing full-event packages.  […]

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Meet CuJo This Saturday


Former Maple Leafs goalie Curtis Joseph will be at the Hero Burgers location in Milton this Saturday June 22nd.

The Maple Leafs Mobile Fan Zone, Carlton the Bear and the Leafs Blue Crew will be there starting at 11am with Joseph being there from Noon-1pm.

The Hero Burgers where you can meet CuJo this Saturday is at 850 Main Street East with the main intersection being Main and Thompson.

See you there!

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Leafs Sign MacIntyre To One-Year Deal


The Maple Leafs announced on Thursday that the team has signed goaltender Drew MacIntyre to a one year two-way contract.

MacIntyre, 29, has played in 21 games for the Toronto Marlies of the American Hockey League this season posting a record of 13-5-3. The 6-1, 184-pound goaltender has compiled a 1.83 goals against average and a 0.931 save percentage. MacIntyre has previous NHL experience with the Vancouver Canucks and Buffalo Sabres.

Check out is amazing save from last season with the Marlies.

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Facebook Poll Infographic


We asked our Facebook fans who they wanted the Leafs to select with the 21st overall selection in the June 30th NHL Draft. We gathered the numbers and made the below infographic.

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What Should The Leafs Do With Twenty-First Pick?


Who should the Maple Leafs pick at the 2013 entry draft?

Maybe no one.

Or as Mel Lastman, a member of a long line of colorful Toronto mayors used to say: noooobody.

It’s a reach. Indulge me.

First, a proviso. This piece is for entertainment purposes only. Read it in the fun spirit in which it is intended. I like to spitball as much as the next guy.

Okay, here goes.

If Leafs GM Dave Nonis wants to flip choices to dramatically improve his draft standing he will likely have to trade a core young player: […]

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Gardiner Calls Fool Me Once In North America Cup


Maple Leafs defenceman Jake Gardiner was in Toronto on Tuesday as he took to the ice with skating consultant Barb Underhill before being the drawmaster for the 30th annual North America Cup at Mohawk Raceway.

Gardiner will be in town for a few days working with Underhill before returning to Minnesota where he will spend his offseason.

Prior to the draw at Mohawk, the young Leafs blueliner was asked who he thought was the Leafs MVP this past season. He had two names that came to mind. “I would have to say (James) […]

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