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Maple Leafs' Pavel Gogolev: Signs entry-level deal
Gogolev agreed to terms on a three-year, entry-level contract with Toronto on Thursday.
Gogolev -- who was undrafted coming out of the OHL -- started the 2020-21 campaign playing in Sweden before moving to AHL Toronto. With the Marlies, the 21-year-old Russian garnered 12 points in 13 contests and will likely spend much of the upcoming season this year in the minors furthering his development.... See More ... See Less
Maple Leafs' Brett Seney: Grabs two-way deal
Seney penned a one-year, two-way contract with Toronto on Thursday.
Seney has played in just two NHL games over the last two seasons, so fantasy players should be expecting him to continue logging time in the AHL and serving as an emergency depth option for the Leafs.... See More ... See Less
Maple Leafs' Carl Dahlstrom: Signs with Toronto
Dahlstrom signed a one-year, two-way contract with the Maple Leafs on Wednesday.
Dahlstrom has yet to consistently break into an NHL lineup, and he didn't see any playing time with the Golden Knights last year. The Swede showed some scoring potential with AHL Henderson, posting 10 points in 17 contests when he wasn't on Vegas' taxi squad. Dahlstrom could compete for a bottom-pairing role with the Maple Leafs, but he's unlikely to make enough of impact for fantasy managers to take notice.... See More ... See Less
Maple Leafs' Alex Biega: Signs two-way pact
Biega signed a one-year, two-way contract with the Maple Leafs on Wednesday.
Biega spent large chunks of last season on the Red Wings' taxi squad, which is not an encouraging sign of what to expect from the 33-year-old. He could compete for a bottom-pairing role with the Maple Leafs, but a two-way contract suggests he may spend more time with the AHL's Marlies than the parent club.... See More ... See Less
Maple Leafs' David Kampf: Comes to terms with Toronto
Kampf signed a two-year contract with the Maple Leafs on Wednesday.
Kampf was decent while skating in a bottom-six role with the Blackhawks last season, picking up 12 points and 45 hits while averaging 14:40 of ice time per contest. The 26-year-old winger will likely be counted on to kill penalties for his new club, but expect for him to see significantly less ice time in Toronto, which will hurt his already meager offensive upside.... See More ... See Less
Maple Leafs' Kurtis Gabriel: Signs with Toronto
Gabriel signed a one-year contract with the Maple Leafs on Wednesday.
Gabriel appeared in just 11 contests with the Sharks last season, going scoreless while averaging 7:40 of ice time per contest. The 28-year-old winger will likely have a similar role with Toronto in 2021-22, so he won't be a viable fantasy option.... See More ... See Less
Maple Leafs' Josh Ho-Sang: Will sign PTO with Toronto
Ho-Sang will attend the Maple Leafs' training camp on a professional tryout offer, James Mirtle of The Athletic reports.
Ho-Sang spent the 2020-21 season playing with Orebro HK and Linkoping HC of the SHL, picking up two goals and one assist through nine games. At this point the 2014 first-round pick should probably be considered a longshot to make Toronto's Opening Night roster, but if he performs well in camp, he could land a two-way deal with the Leafs.... See More ... See Less
Maple Leafs' Michael Amadio: Signs one-year pact
Amadio penned a one-year, two-way contract with Toronto on Wednesday, Sportsnet's Chris Johnston reports.
Amadio played in just 25 games for the Kings and Senators next season and won't find minutes any easier to come by with Toronto. Even if he does play a full NHL campaign, it figures to be in a bottom-six role and he is unlikely to offer much in the way of fantasy value.... See More ... See Less
Maple Leafs' Michael Bunting: Signs two-year deal with Toronto
Bunting signed a two-year, $1.9 million contract with the Maple Leafs on Wednesday, Bob McKenzie of TSN reports.
Bunting drew into 21 games with the Coyotes last season, and he performed pretty well, racking up 10 goals and 13 points over that span. The 25-year-old winger will compete for a regular role in Toronto's bottom six during training camp.... See More ... See Less
Maple Leafs' Brennan Menell: Rights acquired by Toronto
Menell's rights were acquired by the Maple Leafs from the Wild in exchange for a conditional 2022 seventh-round pick Wednesday.
Menell spent the 2020-21 season with the KHL's Minsk Dynamo, racking up an impressive five goals and 38 points through 47 contests. The 24-year-old restricted free agent will presumably come to terms on a contract with Toronto in the coming days.... See More ... See Less
Maple Leafs' Petr Mrazek: Signs with Toronto
Mrazek signed a three-year, $11.4 million contract with the Maple Leafs on Wednesday, Darren Dreger of TSN reports.
Mrazek was injured for much of the 2020-21 campaign, but he was excellent when healthy, going 6-2-3 with three shutouts while maintaining an impressive 2.06 GAA and .923 save percentage through 12 appearances. He'll have to compete with Jack Campbell for playing time, but if Mrazek is able to establish himself as the Maple Leafs' No. 1 netminder, he could emerge as a valuable fantasy asset on a strong Toronto team.... See More ... See Less
Maple Leafs' Zach Hyman: Heading to Edmonton soon
Hyman is leaving Toronto and is expected to sign with Edmonton in free agency, reports The Athletic.
The Oilers were given permission to talk terms with Hyman, who is a pending UFA, before the opening of free agency next week. It is believed the winger is going to ink a seven- or eight-year deal with the Oilers that will pay him between $5-5.5 million per season. The Leafs simply can't match that kind of money and a trade for Hyman is being negotiated before the deadline. If that falls through, Edmonton will only be able to sign him to seven years at a higher cap hit.... See More ... See Less
Maple Leafs' Matthew Knies: Arizona connection leads to Toronto
Knies was drafted 57th overall by the Maple Leafs at the 2021 NHL Draft on Saturday.
Not sure if you heard, but the Leafs took a young forward from Arizona once upon a time and it worked out for them. They are going back to the same well with Knies. Knies had a lousy season in his second year in the USHL (42 points in 44 games) and it is scary to think where he might have been if his production didn't increase over the final month of the year. Knies is a massive kid (6-foot-2, 210 pounds) with a better than average offensive skill set, but he's limited to the wing and has difficulty creating offense on his own. He needs to line up alongside a talented center who can feed him the puck. There's clear and obvious risk here, but Toronto is in position to roll the dice on a player like Knies.... See More ... See Less
Maple Leafs' John Tavares: Cleared for on-ice activities
Tavares (concussion) has been cleared for all on-ice activities and appears to be on track to be ready for training camp in September, Kristen Shilton of TSN.ca reports.
Tavares missed the last six games of the Maple Leafs' playoff run after suffering a brutal concussion in Game 1 of Toronto's first-round matchup with Montreal, but it appears as though the 30-year-old pivot should be back to 100 percent in time for next season's training camp. Tavares was once again highly productive in 2020-21, racking up 19 goals, 31 helpers and 163 shots on net through 56 contests, so he'll understandably be highly sought after in this year's fantasy drafts.... See More ... See Less
Maple Leafs' Filip Hallander: Dealt to Penguins
Hallander and a seventh-round pick were traded by the Maple Leafs to the Penguins in exchange for Jared McCann on Saturday, Elliotte Friedman of Sportsnet reports.
Hallander was originally drafted by the Penguins in the second round of the 2018 NHL Entry Draft before being traded to Toronto in August. The 21-year-old forward spent the entirety of the 2020-21 season with Lulea HF of the SHL, picking up 13 goals and 24 points through 51 contests. Hallander could make the transition to North American hockey as soon as 2021-22.... See More ... See Less
Maple Leafs' Jared McCann: Traded to Toronto
McCann was traded to the Maple Leafs from the Penguins in exchange for Filip Hallander and a seventh-round pick Saturday, Elliotte Friedman of Sportsnet reports.
McCann was pretty productive for the Penguins in 2020-21, notching 14 goals, 32 points and 93 shots through 43 contests. The 25-year-old forward will likely see middle-six minutes and steady power-play time with the Maple Leafs next season.... See More ... See Less
Maple Leafs' Joseph Woll: Pens one-year extension
Woll signed a one-year, two-way contract extension with the Maple Leafs on Saturday.
Woll spent most of the 2020-21 campaign with AHL Toronto, going 7-7-0 while posting an .892 save percentage and a 3.54 GAA in 15 appearances. The 23-year-old backstop will likely once again spend most, if not all of the 2021-22 season in the minors.... See More ... See Less
Maple Leafs' Rich Clune: Re-ups with AHL club
Clune re-signed Sunday with AHL Toronto on a one-year contract.
The 34-year-old left wing will return to the Marlies for a seventh season after he appeared in 33 games in 2020-21, logging three goals and an assist. Clune hasn't appeared at the NHL level since 2015-16 and looks poised to finish out his career in the minor-league ranks.... See More ... See Less
Maple Leafs' Travis Dermott: Pens two-year deal
Dermott secured a two-year, $3 million contract with Toronto on Thursday.
Dermott likely could have gotten slightly more money on the open market but will still see his salary nearly double after playing last season on a one-year deal. Offensively, the 24-year-old defenseman had a disappointing 2020-21, as he managed just six points in 51 contests while averaging just 13:13 of ice time. Considering he has never put together a 20-point season, Dermott is unlikely to offer much from a fantasy perspective.... See More ... See Less
Maple Leafs' Wayne Simmonds: Inks two-year pact
Simmonds agreed to terms on a two-year, $1.8 million contract with Toronto on Tuesday.
Simmonds ended the year bogged down in a 16-game goal drought during which he managed just one assist while averaging 12:06 of ice time. For the first time in his NHL career, the 32-year-old Simmonds failed to top the 10-point mark in part due to injuries that limited him to a mere 38 games. While he is unlikely to get back to being a 60-point producer, Simmonds should be capable of garnering 20-30 points in the coming season.... See More ... See Less
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