Montreal Canadiens

6th Atlantic | 0-0
  • Goals For
    216 GF
  • Goals Against
    233 GA
  • Power Play %
    16.2 PP%
  • Penalty Kill %
    81.9 PK%
  • Penalty Mins
    774 PIM
  • Maple Leafs sign Marincin to two-year deal to avoid arbitration
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    Maple Leafs sign Marincin to two-year deal to avoid arbitration

    A scheduled arbitration hearing between the Toronto Maple Leafs and defenseman Martin Marincin won’t be necessary. The two sides have settled on a two-year deal with an average annual value of $1.25 million, the Maple Leafs announced Friday. The arbitration hearing was scheduled for Aug. 2. This new deal represents the final restricted free agent signing left for Toronto, as per General Fanager, which also shows the Maple Leafs have about $55,916 in remaining projected cap space. Marincin, 24, had one goal and seven points in 65 games for the Maple Leafs last season. His new deal represents a raise from the $700,000 he made this past season on a one-year deal. The Maple Leafs had also previously

  • ‘Thank you, Mom’: Bobby Ryan pens emotional letter to his late mother
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    ‘Thank you, Mom’: Bobby Ryan pens emotional letter to his late mother

    A week after announcing on Twitter that his mother passed away, Ottawa Senators forward Bobby Ryan penned an emotional letter in the Players’ Tribune, thanking her for having such a profound influence on his life. A story from Sportsnet in September of 2013 detailed how Ryan’s childhood completely changed after his father committed a horrendous act of domestic violence that would eventually land him in prison, but not before the family was uprooted from New Jersey to California, and their names changed. Ryan’s father, Robert Stevenson, was charged with attempted murder for an attack on his wife and Ryan’s mother when Ryan was just 10 years old, according to the Ottawa Sun. Stevenson fled to California