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Reimer signs two year deal with Maple Leafs
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Reimer signs two year deal with Maple Leafs
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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



Shanahan takes first step in reshaping the Maple Leafs organization
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Shanahan takes first step in reshaping the Maple Leafs organization
Rob McPhee
HometownHockey.ca

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. FULL STORY



TIMEOUT - Which current NHL coach will be fired first?
TIMEOUT - Which current NHL coach will be fired first?
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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? FULL STORY



Franson signs one year deal with Maple Leafs
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Franson signs one year deal with Maple Leafs
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National Hockey League

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. FULL STORY



NHL Proposal - 2015-16 Expansion and Realignment
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NHL Proposal - 2015-16 Expansion and Realignment
Chris Savard
HometownHockey.ca

Stoney Point - Jul. 18, 2014: There has been a great deal of speculation in the media recently about Wayne Gretzky being part of a group that would bring NHL hockey to Seattle. Those rumours follow closely on ones that suggest that Quebec City is close to bringing back the Nordiques. Based on these two possible NHL destinations, I would like to make the following NHL expansion and realignment proposal for the 2015-16 season. FULL STORY



Maple  Leafs play  it safe during opening  day of Free Agency
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Maple Leafs play it safe during opening day of Free Agency
Rob McPhee
HometownHockey.ca

Toronto - Jul. 2, 2014: While it may not have been the sexy moves fans of the Toronto Maple Leafs were hoping for, GM Dave Nonis was busy during the opening day of Free Agency, signing veteran defenseman Stephane Robidas and former Leafs in forward Leo Komarov, while bringing back Matt Frattin in a trade with the Columbus Blue Jackets. Perhaps most important of all, was their decision to walk away from Dave Bolland, allowing him to ink a five year $27.5 million with the Florida Panthers. FULL STORY



Five possible destinations for James Reimer
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Five possible destinations for James Reimer
Chris Savard
HometownHockey.ca

Stoney Point - Jul. 1, 2014: Towards the end of last season, Toronto Maple Leafs Head Coach Randy Carlyle made it clear that Jonathan Bernier was his number one goaltender. As such, it is not surprising that James Reimer has requested a trade out of Toronto, as he believes he is worthy of that same status. Yesterday, former Montreal Canadiens rearguard Josh Gorges refused to waive his no-trade clause to go to Toronto. It is rumored that the Buds were willing to part with Cody Franson as part of that deal. FULL STORY



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Maple Leafs miss out on Brad Richards
Maple Leafs miss out on Brad Richards
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Stoney Point - Jul. 1, 2014: The Chicago Blackhawks have signed centre Brad Richards to a one-year deal worth $2 million. Richards would have been a solToronto Maple Leafs. He had his contract bought out by the New York Rangers in June and based on the money he is receiving, it provided teams with the option of taking a chance on him. FULL STORY



Maple Leafs re-acquire Frattin, Bolland gone
Maple Leafs re-acquire Frattin, Bolland gone
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Toronto - Jul. 1, 2014: The Toronto Maple Leafs have re-acquired forward Matt Frattin from the Columbus Blue Jackets in exchange for Jerry D'Amigo and a conditional seventh-round pick in the 2015 NHL Entry Draft. Former Leaf Dave Bolland signed a five-year deal with the Florida Panthers worth an average annual value of $5.5 million. FULL STORY



Leafs building around Phaneuf? Roman Polak acquired from the Blues
Leafs building around Phaneuf? Roman Polak acquired from the Blues
Toronto - Jun. 29, 2014: Polak is a 28 year old right handed defenceman that will fill multiple needs on the Blue and White defence. Polak is a true stay at home defenceman; something the Leafs needed. With the addition of another right handed shot, this also brings into question what Cody Franson’s future with the team may be. FULL STORY



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