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Henny Notes From Day 4 Of Training Camp

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Training camp commenced four days ago with most of the attention surrounding William Nylander and the possibility of the talented 18-year-old making the Leafs in his inaugural tryout.

And while Nylander hasn’t dissappointed, scoring a goal in scrimmage today, Antoine Bibeau has stood on his head forcing Leaf brass to turn theirs.

Bibeau continues to build on his all star efforts at the Memorial Cup last spring in London and last Tuesday’s 2-0 shutout of Pittsburgh in the rookie tournament.

Through two scrimmages at the MasterCard Centre in Etobicoke, Bibeau continues to provide […]

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Henny Notes From Day 3 Of Training Camp

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It was an eventful third day of training camp in Etobicoke as the Leafs sprinted into on-ice drills and scrimmages.

The 64 man group broke off into two groups of four teams and the speed, tempo, and competitive nature of the camp was entertaining to say the least.

On the injury front head coach Randy Carlyle told us that both Tyler Bozak and David Clarkson had sustained lower body injuries while skating prior to camp. Carlyle added that both players are listed as day-to-day. The injured duo skated hard early Saturday in […]

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Henny Notes From Day 2 Of Leafs Camp

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The Leafs hit the ice at MasterCard Centre Friday for cardio testing prior to their first official on-ice workouts Saturday morning which will include scrimmages both Saturday and Sunday.

But when rosters were posted featuring Team Sittler versus Team Clark , scratches included Tyler Bozak and David Clarkson.

Randy Carlyle told the media via the Leaf PR staff that “both players were on the shelf.”

It’s expected that we’ll get further details Saturday.

Garret Sparks, Frederik Gauthier and Rinat Valiev were also on the list of scratches.

Of the many battles for starting jobs the […]

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The Prodigal Frattin

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It’s not often that players get a second opportunity with the same club. In Toronto, Wendel Clark and Yannick Perrault were exceptions playing for the Leafs not only twice but on three separate occasions!!

Matt Frattin will get yet another opportunity when the Leafs acquired their former draft pick from Columbus for Jerry D’Amigo in July.
Frattin is back in Toronto following a year that saw him start last season in Los Angeles and end as a Blue Jacket. It was a season lost, one that saw him score just two goals […]

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Leafs End Tourney With Win

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The Maple Leafs 2014 rookie tournament came to a close with a 2-0 win over the Pittsburgh Penguins on Tuesday afternoon.

Brett Findlay and Parker Bowles scored for Toronto while Antoine Bibeau made 25 saves for the shutout. With the victory, the Leafs ended the tournament with a 2-1 record.

Bibeau made an unreal save early in the first period. You will be seeing it for a while.

Check it out below.

All the game highlights in the Game In Six Minutes.

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A Not So Manic Monday

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The annual rookie tournament in London will conclude for the Maple Leafs Tuesday with a game against Pittsburgh’s prospects.

The Leafs intend on bouncing back following a 6-2 loss to Ottawa Sunday night.

Toronto will play without centre Frederik Gauthier who tweaked his back in the loss to Ottawa.

Gauthier considers the injury a minor setback and hopes to be ready for the big league camp which opens Thursday at Mastercard Centre.

Assistant GM Kyle Dubas also confirmed that William Nylander will be a healthy scratch for Tuesday’s tilt.

Dubas feels there’s little reason to […]

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Rookies Drop Game Two

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The Toronto Maple Leafs rookies lost 6-2 to the Ottawa Senators rookies on Sunday. The Leafs are now 1-1 in the first two games. The three-game tournament ends for the Leafs on Tuesday against Pittsburgh (2pm Rogers TV).

Connor Brown and Brett Findlay scored the goals for the Leafs and Christopher Gibson was solid despite allowing six goals. Frederik Gauthier left the game after the first with an injury and did not return.

Leafs defenceman Viktor Loov had a great open ice hit in the first period. Check it out below

Toronto was […]

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Baby Battle Of Ontario

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The Leafs and Senators meet tonight in London in the second game for both teams at this rookie tournament.
The Leafs edged Chicago last night 4-2 while Ottawa dropped its opener against Pittsburgh 4-3.

Christopher Gibson will get the start for the Leafs tonight. Gibson and Garret Sparks are expected to battle for the Marlies top goaltending job when camp begins next week.

Head coach Gord Dineen said William Nylander, David Broll and Josh Leivo would be healthy scratches this evening.

Eric Knodel will sit as well following an impressive outing last night against […]

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Leafs Rookies Start Off With A Bang

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The Maple Leafs rookies started off the three-game tournament with a 4-2 win over the Chicago Blackhawks on Saturday. Four different goal scorers (Ryan Rupert, Matt Finn, Josh Leivo and David Broll) and Garret Sparks (32 saves) led the way in the win.

2014 first round pick William Nylander had an assist on Broll’s third period goal and was dangerous all game long.

The Leafs rookies are back in action on Sunday when they face Ottawa (7pm Rogers TV, Rogers Digital 368/369HD). You can also watch a repeat of the game on […]

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Leafs vs. Blackhawks Rookie Preview

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The Maple Leafs kick off their rookie tournament in London tonight against Chicago at 7 P.M (Rogers TV and Rogers Digital Cable 368/369).

Tonight’s lines:
Broll-Verhaeghe-Nylander
Watling-Gauthier-Leivo
M.Rupert-R.Rupert-Biggs
Bowles-Findlay-Philip

Loov-Nilsson
Knodel-Donaghey
Finn-Fraser

Garret Sparks starts in net.

The Leafs will alternate A’s from game to to game. With seven NHL games under his belt and 23 goals with the Marlies last season, I’d expect Josh Leivo to wear a letter tonight.

Sparks grew up in suburban Chicago and will face longtime friend and teammate in Alex Broadhurst. Both played together growing up in the Chicago minor system and against each other […]

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