Toronto - Jul. 29, 2014: Defenseman Jake Gardiner has signed a five-year contract with the Toronto Maple Leafs, the team announced Tuesday.
Financial terms were not disclosed, but it is worth $20.25 million (an average annual value of $4.05 million), according to multiple media reports. FULL STORY
Toronto - Jul. 27, 2014: Goaltender James Reimer and the Toronto Maple Leafs agreed to a two-year contract, the team said Friday. No financial terms were disclosed, but Elliotte Friedman of "Hockey Night in Canada" reported the contract has an average annual value of $2.3 million. FULL STORY
Mississauga - Jul. 24, 2014: The Mississauga Steelheads of the Ontario Hockey League are proud to announce that they have reached a new four year lease agreement with the City of Mississauga that will keep the Steelheads at the Hershey Centre for four more exciting seasons. FULL STORY
Cornwall - Jul. 24, 2014: The Seaway City has already fallen for the River Kings. Now, it's time to introduce the Cornwall River Queens.From left to right are, Jena Primeau, Stephanie Kerrebyn, Lisa McColl, Abigail Sergenese, Emily Papps, Kim Elderbroom and Heather Ouderkirk. Absent from the photo are Amber McCormick, Jessica Lamarche, Branka Bradley, Amber Merpaw and Kelsey Filion.
Toronto - Jul. 23, 2014: On Tuesday morning Brendan Shanahan took the first step in trying to transform the Toronto Maple Leafs into a well run organization with the hiring of Kyle Dubas as the club's new assistant general manager. For the sake of the Maple Leafs and their fans, hopefully Mr. Shanahan is on the right track.
Stoney Point - Jul. 22, 2014: In this week's installment of 30 Second Timeout we asked the following question: It has been said that NHL coaches are hired to be fired. Which current NHL coach will be the first to be fired? Randy Carlyle, Dallas Eakins, Paul MacLean, Todd McLellan or who else?
Toronto - Jul. 21, 2014: Defenseman Cody Franson signed a one-year contract with the Toronto Maple Leafs on Monday, not long before his salary arbitration hearing was to begin. Multiple media reports said the contract will pay Franson $3.3 million this season. He can become an unrestricted free agent next summer.