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
  • 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

  • Top five games on the Bruins' 2016-17 schedule
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    Top five games on the Bruins' 2016-17 schedule

    Thursday, January 5: Vs. Edmonton Oilers at TD Garden Peter Chiarelli comes back to Boston for the second time since being fired as general manager of the Bruins, but this is more about what’s going to be happening on the ice. The Bruins will finally get their first look at wunderkind center Connor McDavid, who was injured for each of their two matchups against the Oilers last season. And everybody will get to see the odd sight of Milan Lucic patrolling around the TD Garden ice in an Edmonton sweater. Given the very real makeover of the Oilers roster this summer and the addition of another top-5 pick in thhe draft, this should also be a pretty exciting, entertaining game between a pair of teams