Toronto Maple Leafs

8th Atlantic | 0-0
  • Goals For
    28th
    192 GF
  • Goals Against
    24th
    240 GA
  • Power Play %
    29th
    15.4 PP%
  • Penalty Kill %
    13th
    81.6 PK%
  • Penalty Mins
    13th
    756 PIM
  • Canes Country

    Hurricanes Sign Viktor Stalberg

    The Carolina Hurricanes signed former Rangers forward, Viktor Stalberg to a one-year-deal today.  The contract will pay $1.5 million and is a one-way contract. One might think that Ulf Samuelsson had some input in this signing.  Stalberg is a native of Sweden and he chipped in nine goals and 11 assists in 75 games last season.  He is 6'3, so will bring more size to the Canes lineup.  He was also credited with 144 hits. See CH.com for more info. The team's press release follows: FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – July 1, 2016 ‘CANES AGREE TO TERMS WITH VIKTOR STALBERG Forward earned 20 points in 76 games with Rangers in 2015-16 RALEIGH, NC – Ron Francis, Executive Vice President and General Manager of the

  • Pension Plan Puppets

    The Kessel trade: One year later

    It’s been one year since the Toronto Maple Leafs traded Phil Kessel to the Pittsburgh Penguins. The move truly signaled the rebuild of the Toronto Maple Leafs has begun and the new regimes first significant roster decision was made. There was much ink, both real and virtual, spilled about the details of the trade, and of the consequences, both immediate and far reaching. I won’t get into any of that. No matter what you think of the trade, or who went, and who came back, that’s all moot at this point. My view of things one year later is that the Maple Leafs would be in a very different position than they are now. 30 more goals for could have meant drafting 8th overall. No pick 30th overall means