For Josh Ho-Sang, the Olympics Could be His Best NHL Audition Yet
Named to Team Canada, Josh Ho-Sang's performance at the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics may offer him his best chance yet of earning another NHL job.
Maple Leafs Needed That Type of Win to Show They Can Protect a Lead
Petr Mrazek made 27 saves with 14 of them coming in the second and the Toronto Maple Leafs successfully defended a two-goal lead in a 3-1 victory against the New York Islanders.
Weekly NHL Roundup (Jan. 22 Edition): Who You Need to Know
After the week that was, Jason Chen takes a look at eight names you need to know right now.
Maple Leafs' Keefe Clarifies 'Soft and Purposeless' Comments and Reaffirms 'Belief in the Team'
After describing his team as 'soft and purposeless' following a 6-3 loss to the New York Rangers on Wednesday, Toronto Maple Leafs head coach Sheldon Keefe addressed those comments while saying his belief in the group hasn't changed.
What Does Jack Campbell's Next Contract Look Like?
How much will Jack Campbell make on his next contract? Looking at his market value, comparables, and importance to the Toronto Maple Leafs might offer a clue.
Maple Leafs, Senators to Play Home Games at Reduced Capacity Until Mar. 14
The Ontario Government announced a gradual lifting of COVID-19 restrictions that included sporting events. Beginning Feb. 21, the Toronto Maple Leafs and Ottawa Senators can increase fan capacity to 50 percent.
Maple Leafs' Keefe Derides Team's 'Soft and Purposeless' Game Against Rangers
The Toronto Maple Leafs head coach called out his team's play after giving up two-goal lead in a 6-3 loss to the New York Rangers on Wednesday Night.
Maple Leafs' Nick Ritchie Skates After Stint on COVID-19 Protocol
The Toronto Maple Leafs' forward was placed in COVID-19 protocol while the team was in Arizona last week.
Diagnosed with a Concussion, Maple Leafs' Muzzin Doesn't Like to Make Excuses
The Toronto Maple Leafs defenseman could have blamed a possible concussion as an explanation for his poor play on Saturday night. Instead, he pointed the finger at himself.
A Confident Marner Gives Maple Leafs Added Boost in Win Against Blues
Mitch Marner scored a goal and added an assist in his return from COVID-19 protocol to help the Toronto Maple Leafs defeat the St. Louis Blues.
Maple Leafs' Marner and Engvall Return as 3 Others Land on COVID-19 List
Toronto Maple Leafs forwards Mitch Marner and Pierre Engvall returned to practice Friday as Ondrej Kase, Justin Holl and Nick Ritchie entered COVID-19 protocol.
Maple Leafs get Goalied by Coyotes but Keefe not Letting Team off the Hook
Karel Vejmelka made 45 saves as the Arizona Coyotes goaltender ruined the homecoming for Toronto Maple Leafs forwards Auston Matthews and Michael Bunting.
Maple Leafs' Matthews and Bunting Chemistry Forged by Two Very Different Paths
Auston Matthews and Michael Bunting couldn't have more opposing paths to the NHL, but their chemistry is evident.
Brendan Shanahan in Conversation with W. Graeme Roustan
Toronto Maple Leafs president Brendan Shanahan sits down W. Graeme Roustan to discuss the on-to-off-ice transition, the team's impact in the community, and shares ideas on how to help make the game a more welcoming, global space.
Ondrej Kase is Money Well Spent by the Maple Leafs
When out of the lineup, Kase's versatility is sorely missed. With eight goals this season, the $1.25-million player has provided incredible value..
Has William Nylander Become the Complete Player the Leafs Need Him to Be?
William Nylander is on pace for a career year in points, but a desire to compete for the puck and take more responsibility is showing true growth.
Let's Hope The Maple Leafs Never Play in an Empty Arena Ever Again
Watching the Maple Leafs play in front of no fans was not only a cruel reminder of where we are in the world, but it proved challenging for a club that got used to feeling like a return to normal was coming.
Maple Leafs Place Marner, Engvall on COVID-19 Protocol
Mitch Marner returned for a pair of games after missing most of December with a shoulder injury.
What It's Like Watching an NHL Game Without Fans
With the number of stars on Edmonton and Toronto, a game between two Canadian teams shouldn't be played in front of an empty building. But on Wednesday, with new restrictions put in place in Ontario, that's what happened. And it was weird.