The Toronto Maple Leafs have not made a big splash in free agency, and don’t expect them to as long as Brendan Shanahan is in charge. The Leafs president was quoted as saying that building a team through free agency is “a bad habit”. So, after hearing that from the Hall of Famer, it isn’t surprising that the signings he and GM Dave Nonis have made are not Sportscenter...
The theme of the day for the Maple Leafs could be summed up something like this, “2012-2013 reunion!” The only season in which the Leafs qualified for the playoffs was the 2012-2013 campaign, and it featured a roster that had undergone some considerable change. Leo Komarov and Matt Frattin were players that were given […]
The Toronto Maple Leafs have signed Leo Kamorov to a 4 year deal worth $2.95M per year.
RT @Real_ESPNLeBrun: Leafs sign Leo Komarov, 4 yrs x $2.95 M AAV
— Dale Lamontagne (@Dale_Lamontagne) July 1, 2014
Happy to be back in the capital of hockey..See you soon;) #MapleLeafs
— Leo Komarov (@LKomarov) July 1, 2014
With their second signing of the day, the Toronto Maple Leafs have brought back a fan favorite as Leo Komarov signs a four-year contract worth $2.95 million per year. Komarov was drafted in the sixth round by the Leafs in 2006 but never came over until this 2012-13 where he played 42 games and had 9 points but hit everything [...]
In their final tune up game before the World Championships, team Finland had one of the clumsiest line changes that you will ever see. Chicago Blackhawks prospect Teuvo Teravainen started it all when he went to jump the boards and a teammate opened the gate for him. Then former Leaf Leo Komarov fell down and Finnish-leaguer […]
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A line change is one of the simple, most fundamental parts of hockey. The guys on the ice go to the bench, and the next players up for a shift get on. Easy, right? Well, apparently not for Teuvo Teravainen, Leo Komarov and Tommi Huhtala of Finland World Championship team.
Teravainen tries to hop over the boards, but the gate opens, and he falls down. Komarov then falls on top of...
Rookie Leo Komarov and Tyler Bozak scored and the Toronto Maple Leafs extended the reeling New Jersey Devils' losing streak to six games with a 2-1 victory on Saturday night.
James Reimer made 27 saves as the Maple Leafs strengthened their position in the tight Eastern Conference playoff race. The Maple Leafs are 5th in the East, seven points ahead of the Devils, who are now...
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April 06, 2013