Toronto Maple Leafs

8th Atlantic | 0-0
  • Goals For
    192 GF
  • Goals Against
    240 GA
  • Power Play %
    15.4 PP%
  • Penalty Kill %
    81.6 PK%
  • Penalty Mins
    756 PIM
  • Jackets sign d-man Harrington, acquired in Rychel trade
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    Jackets sign d-man Harrington, acquired in Rychel trade

    Upon trading Kerby Rychel to Toronto at the draft for Scott Harrington, Columbus GM Jarmo Kekalainen said Harrington was “a guy we’ve watched for a while,” and a “steady, smart [and] good defender.” Which makes today’s move none too surprising. On Monday, Kekalainen announced Harrington signed a one-year, two-way deal (financial terms weren’t disclosed). The contract comes after Harrington split last season between the Leafs and the AHL Marlies, appearing in 15 NHL contests. While Kekalainen was high on Harrington, the most noteworthy thing about the acquisition is it ended a long-running saga with Rychel, the 19th overall pick in 2013. There were repeated rumblings that Rychel wanted out of

  • Leafs avoid arbitration again, sign Corrado to one year, $600K deal
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    Leafs avoid arbitration again, sign Corrado to one year, $600K deal

    Over the weekend, reports suggested that Toronto and RFA blueliner Frank Corrado were close to agreeing to a new contract. On Monday, the two sides sealed the deal. The Leafs announced they signed Corrado to a one-year contract, with Sportsnet reporting it to be a $600,00 pact, of the one-way variety. Corrado, 23, was scheduled to go to arbitration tomorrow. His ask was $900,000, while the Leafs countered with a $625,000 figure on a two-way deal, and $575,000 on a one-way. So Toronto was nearly spot-on with its valuation. The former Canucks draftee took a while to make his Leafs debut last season — he sat 28 games after they claimed him off waivers — but when he did get into the lineup, he fared