Report: Leafs looking to trade Petan
The Toronto Maple Leafs are apparently looking to move forward Nic Petan, Sportsnet's Elliotte Friedman reported on "Saturday Headlines."With defenseman Travis Dermott and forward Zach Hyman nearing respective returns from injured reserve, the club will need to clear players off its roster to become cap compliant.
Maple Leaf residents attending Autumn Community Meeting. Guest speakers included The Maple Leaf Community Council Executive Board meets every 2nd Monday from 7:30pm to 9pm in the lower level of the Eagles Aerie #1 (8201 Lake City Way NE).
Former Leafs captain Doug Gilmour is adding the role of general manager to his portfolio with the Ontario Hockey League team and has brought in Gilmour is just a year into a five-year contract with the Frontenacs but the organization’s inability to land prospects left them without a position player on
Formercaptain Doug Gilmour is back with the franchise.
Gilmour announced Friday in an open letter onthat he's leaving his role as team president of the Ontario Hockey League's Kingston Frontenacs to join the Leafs as a community representative.
"I'm thrilled to be returning to Toronto in a formal capacity at a time when there is so much excitement for a team stacked with incredible talent," Gilmour said.
The 56-year-old is joining former Leafs legends Darryl Sittler, Wendel Clark, Curtis Joseph, and Darcy Tucker in the community role.
Marleau: Maple Leafs ‘going to be great for a long time’
Considering all the ways Patrick Marleau helped Toronto’s young stars on and off the ice, it’s only fitting that his final act as a Maple Leaf would also play a large role in setting the duo up for success. The post Doughty has personal rivalries on every team, just doesn’t tell media appeared first on Sportsnet.ca.But more than that, the veteran star’s presence in a young locker room turned out to be a success on and off the ice, with Marleau mentoring several young Maple Leafs forwards — most notably, Mitch Marner and Auston Matthews.
The Toronto Maple Leafs honoured former captain Doug Gilmour on Saturday night before their game against Pittsburgh, raising his No. 93 to the Air Canada The 45-year-old Gilmour is the 17th player to be honoured by the Maple Leafs . A Toronto player hasn't worn No. 93 since Gilmour left the team.
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Gilmour spent 11 seasons with the Frontenacs. He was initially hired as head coach and served as general manager before assuming the role of president.
As a player, the Ontario native spent seven seasons with the Maple Leafs, serving as captain from 1994-97. In 393 games with the club, he tallied 131 goals and 452 points. During the 1992-93 campaign, Gilmour set single-season franchise records for assists (95), and points (127) while also capturing the Selke Trophy.
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Maple Leafs recall Kaskisuo, Petan from AHL .
The Toronto Maple Leafs have recalled goaltender Kasimir Kaskisuo and forward Nic Petan from the AHL's Toronto Marlies, the team announced Tuesday. Kaskisuo is slated to fill in the backup role behind starter Frederik Andersen after Michael Hutchinson was placed on waivers Monday. The 26-year-old Finland native is 6-1-1 in eight starts with the Marlies this season with a .928 save percentage. He could make his first NHL start as early as Saturday as Toronto travels to Pittsburgh to take on the Penguins in the second half of a back-to-back. Petan was waived by the Leafs last week but went unclaimed.