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Leafs fall to Coyotes 2-0

by Adam Proteau Proteautype / MapleLeafs.com

The Maple Leafs were looking to extend their win streak to three games Saturday in Arizona, but the Coyotes had other plans: they forechecked well, collapsed in their own zone around goaltender Darcy Kuemper, and prevented any Leaf from scoring as they defeated the Buds 2-0.

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Leafs topple Knights with six goal showing

by Adam Proteau Proteautype / MapleLeafs.com

Starting off the second half of their six-game road trip with a clash against the Vegas Golden Knights Thursday, the Leafs got off to a very strong start, forcing the home team into taking three penalties, and outshooting Vegas 18-8.

 

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Leafs' power play roars as they beat Avalanche 5-2

by Adam Proteau Proteautype / MapleLeafs.com

The Leafs power play scored three in quick succession during the second period to propel the Leafs to a 5-2 win over the Avalanche on Tuesday.

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Leafs pour on pressure but come up short against Rangers

by Adam Proteau Proteautype / MapleLeafs.com

The Leafs were playing the second game of a six-game road trip Sunday night, and were up against the New York Rangers, a squad that has been far better at home (with a record of 14-9-6) than they've performed on the road (9-14-2).

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Leafs win thriller in OT, extend streak to four

by Adam Proteau Proteautype / MapleLeafs.com

The rivalry between the Leafs and Montreal Canadiens has never lacked for passion, and when the teams clashed Saturday in Montreal at Bell Centre, the Buds and Habs put on another memorable show.

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Leafs extend win streak to three games with 5-4 win over Senators

by Adam Proteau Proteautype / MapleLeafs.com

The Battle of Ontario was, for the most part, an even-handed affair Wednesday as the Leafs hosted the Senators - both Toronto and Ottawa had 11 shots on net in the first period - and both sides scored once in the opening frame.

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Matthews excited for future in Toronto

by Adam Proteau Proteautype / MapleLeafs.com

From the moment he stepped on the ice for his first game as a Maple Leaf, centre Auston Matthews has made an incredible impact on the team and the city of Toronto. And on Tuesday, the 21-year-old ensured he'd continue to be a key member of the franchise for the next five seasons, signing a contract extension worth approximately $58 million.

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Leafs Agree to Terms with Auston Matthews on 5-Year Contract Extension

by Staff Writer MapleLeafs / MapleLeafs.com

The Toronto Maple Leafs announced today that the club has agreed to terms with forward Auston Matthews on a five-year contract extension. The average annual value of the contract is $11.634 million. 

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Muzzin is Buzzin as Leafs soar to 6-1 win over Ducks

by Adam Proteau Proteautype / MapleLeafs.com

After beating the Pittsburgh Penguins at Scotiabank Arena Saturday, the Maple Leafs were seeking their second consecutive win at home - and they looked strong in the opening period against Anaheim Monday, firing 13 shots on Ducks goaltender John Gibson in the first 20 minutes of action, while limiting the visitors to only eight shots on Leafs netminder Frederik Andersen.

 

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Leafs honour Turnbull with Bickell Cup for amazing performance in 1977

by Adam Proteau Proteautype / MapleLeafs.com

The history of the Maple Leafs is as long and storied as any NHL franchise - and that means there are countless elements of the team that can be explored and honoured. Team president Brendan Shanahan recognized one of those moments from his pre-NHL days, when he was a young Leafs fan watching the franchise on his TV: it was Feb. 2, 1977 - Shanahan would've just turned eight years old - and then-Leafs star defenceman Ian Turnbull erupted for a five-goal performance in a 9-1 rout of the Detroit Red Wings at Maple Leaf Gardens.

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