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Nylander already showing flashes of brilliance for Maple Leafs

Source | 2 days ago.

Maybe his high-sticking penalty ranks as one of those things that just happens, but Nylander essentially had to take an interference penalty out of exhaustion, as he was caught out on the ice during a shift that went too long. After the game, Nylander acknowledged that some shifts went too long, while Mike Babcock had an interesting take on what the winger is going through. It’s going to take some time, let’s not get carried away,” Babcock said.

Nylander leads Maple Leafs to 4-1 win over Hurricanes

Source | 3 days ago.

William Nylander can't make up for lost time with the Toronto Maple Leafs. ''I'm just trying to get back as fast as possible,'' Nylander said. Tyler Ennis, Morgan Rielly, Patrick Marleau and John Tavares scored for the Maple Leafs, who won for the third time in four road games.

Krejci moves up Bruins' scoring list in 6-3 win over Leafs

Source | 5 days ago.

The Boston Bruins were tired of being pushed around. David Krejci had a goal and assist to move past Hall of Famer Cam Neely for 10th on the Bruins' all-time scoring list, and Boston snapped a three-game losing streak with a 6-3 win over the Toronto Maple Leafs on Saturday night. Earlier in the week, Boston coach Bruce Cassidy said teams ''could be'' playing more physical against his more skilled players with a pair of bigger defensemen - Zdeno Chara and Kevan Miller - sidelined by injuries.

Bruins-Senators Preview

Source | 6 days ago.

At some point the Ottawa Senators will surely miss Matt Duchene and Bobby Ryan. Hours after announcing they would be without Duchene (groin) and Ryan (concussion) for indefinite periods of time, the Senators scored an unlikely 2-1 overtime victory over a Pittsburgh Penguins team that appeared to be getting its act together.

Dylan Larkin scores in OT, Red Wings edge Maple Leafs 5-4

Source | 7 days ago.

Maple Leafs coach Mike Babcock expected William Nylander to be ''the freshest guy in hockey'' on Thursday night. The rest of Babcock's team, which eventually showed signs life after a poor opening 40 minutes, didn't really have an excuse. Dylan Larkin scored at 2:48 of overtime and the Detroit Red Wings survived a blown three-goal lead in the third period to beat the Maple Leafs 5-4 and snap Toronto's five-game winning streak.

Get ready for full-strength Maple Leafs, as Nylander’s set to debut

Source | 8 days ago.

Multiple reporters (including Sportsnet’s Shawn McKenzie) pass along word that William Nylander announced that he’ll play in the Maple Leafs’ next game, which takes place against the Detroit Red Wings on Thursday. To make things more delightful – and maybe excite a dork or two in advance – Auston Matthews hasn’t missed a beat since returning from injury. Thursday will only represent Matthews’ fourth game back in the lineup, yet he’s been making up for lost time, as the American star has five goals and two assists for seven points in three contests.

Maple Leafs honour Humboldt Broncos at game

Source | 8 days ago.

Members of the Humboldt Broncos were honoured at the Toronto Maple Leafs game. December 6th, 2018 is not only the scheduled date for the Toronto Maple Leafs and Detroit Red Wings game, but it is also exactly eight months after the tragic Humboldt Broncos bus crash on April 6th. The Maple Leafs made sure that on this date, members of the Broncos who were invited to the contest and able to attend got some recognition.

Maple Leafs trade Leivo to Canucks for Carcone

Source | 10 days ago.

The Toronto Maple Leafs traded forward Josh Leivo to the Vancouver Canucks on Monday for forward Michael Carcone. Leivo, 25, has played in 27 games this season and tallied six points (four goals, two assists). In six seasons with Toronto

Maple Leafs sign William Nylander to last-second 6-year extension

Source | 13 days ago.

The Toronto Maple Leafs and William Nylander have agreed to a six-year contract extension with an average annual value of $6.96 million. The months-long stand-off between Nylander’s camp and Maple Leafs management came to a dramatic conclusion, as TSN’s Darren Dreger reported the signing at 4:57 p.m. EST — three minutes before the restricted free agent signing deadline. If the 22-year-old didn’t have his shiny new contract inked and approved by the league by 5 p.m. EST, he would’ve been ineligible to suit up for Toronto, or any NHL team, this season.

Maple Leafs and Nylander: Contract deadline, trade talk, more

Source | 15 days ago.

Despite Saturday’s 5 p.m. ET contract deadline being achingly close, it’s still any outsider’s guess what will happen between the Toronto Maple Leafs and William Nylander. It’s also unclear how the Maple Leafs’ pending salary cap crunch will impact Nylander’s future with the team beyond 2018-19. During an NBCSN appearance on Wednesday, Bob McKenzie provided one of many possible windows for a Nylander contract.

Babcock 'hopeful' Nylander will sign with Maple Leafs

Source | 21 days ago.

Toronto Maple Leafs coach Mike Babcock said Friday that he expects restricted free agent forward William Nylander to sign with the team ahead of the Dec. 1 deadline for him to be allowed to play this season. "I'm confident, hopeful," Babcock said. ... So I'm betting on that." The comments were made before Toronto lost 4-2 at the Columbus Blue Jackets Friday night.

Reilly's OT goal lifts Maple Leafs over Ducks 2-1

Source | 28 days ago.

The California road swing has traditionally posed problems for the Toronto Maple Leafs. Morgan Reilly scored with 1:43 remaining in overtime to lift the Maple Leafs over the Anaheim Ducks 2-1 on Friday night for a three-game sweep through the Golden State. The win allowed Toronto to overtake Nashville and Tampa Bay for the NHL's best record at 14-6-0.

Kapanen's 2 goals lead Maple Leafs past Sharks 5-3

Source | 28 days ago.

The San Jose Sharks seemed intent to go after Nazem Kadri right from the start. John Tavares opened the scoring just after a power-play for an early run at Kadri ended and Kasperi Kapanen had two goals, including a short-handed tally that broke a tie in the second period and sent the Maple Leafs to their fifth win in six games, 5-3 over the Sharks on Thursday night. ''I don't know what was going on to be honest,'' Kapanen said about Barclay Goodrow going after Kadri right off the opening faceoff.