Not the sexiest name out there for potential fixes for the Leafs’ blueline, but Nick Jensen could be one of the most shrewd moves Kyle Dubas could potentially make in his first offseason as General Manager.
Just hours after the Matt Martin trade to the Island, the Leafs are active again and have signed one of their restricted free agents for this summer.
Okay, we can all calm down for a couple minutes to see some depth signings that the Leafs made today. This might be loss in the Tavares hype, but the Leafs made some pretty smart signings this afternoon.
It was a short stint in Toronto, but his turtleneck will live on in our hearts. As reported by multiple people, Tomas Plekanec will return to the Montreal Canadiens on a one-year deal.
In the mess that is the morning of July 1st, Renaud Lavoie reported that the Dallas Stars will be signing Roman Polak as soon as the free agency window opens.
With the last two picks of Toronto’s 2018 NHL Draft, the Leafs take goalie Zach Bouthillier and Semyon Kizimov, 209th and 211th overall.
Another Greyhound taken in the fourth round, Mac Hollowell is selected by the Leafs at 118th overall.
From the Calgary Hitmen in the WHL, the Leafs select left-handed center Riley Stotts with their 83rd overall pick.
With their second pick of the 2018 NHL Entry Draft, the Leafs select the overage defenseman from the Owen Sound Attack, Sean Durzi.
Who is Jonatan Berggren? The Swedish winger has been surging up the rankings lately – consistently being in the 20-35 range in most circulating mock drafts. He spent most of last year destroying the competition in the SuperElit U20 league, but has also tasted what it is like playing against men in the SHL for…
Reported by Darren Dreger on Thursday night, Miro Aaltonen will be returning to the KHL for the 2018-19 season, per his agent.
On Thursday night, the Leafs and the rest of the NHL released the 2018-19 Regular Season Schedule.