Monday Jan. 22, 2018

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Toronto - After a long 28-year hiatus, Peter Puck is returning to television. Leafs TV announced Monday that Peter Puck, the beloved 1970s hockey puck icon, will return to television starting December 20 as part of Leafs TV’s Maple Leafs game broadcasts.
Toronto - The Toronto Maple Leafs Alumni will play host to the Detroit Red Wings Alumni on Friday, February 8 at 7:30 p.m. as the ‘Giants of the Original Six’ renew their historic rivalry at Ricoh Coliseum.

Tough Task Ahead For Fletcher

Toronto - Toronto Maple Leafs interim GM Cliff Fletcher won't be able to slice and dice as easily as the old days. The NHL's post-lockout landscape features a salary cap that has decreased trade activity around the league. The new NHL is also littered with no-trade clauses, more than 100 of them in some shape or form among the NHL's 700-plus players contracts.

Captain To Stay In Blue & White

Toronto - Maple Leafs centre Mats Sundin, after careful deliberation over the weekend, decided Sunday night he would not waive his no-movement clause after being approached by interim Toronto GM Cliff Fletcher.
Toronto - Former Leafs captains Darryl Sittler, Rick Vaive, Wendel Clark and Doug Gilmour joined a prominent group of community leaders Wednesday at the ground breaking ceremony for the new Lakeshore Lions Arena, a community facility that will benefit youth hockey in Toronto.

Sundin Talks About His Future

Toronto - The highest scoring player in Maple Leafs history insists he is just like anyone else.  Mats Sundin met the media, Wednesday, to confirm that a groin injury had ended his season with two games left to play.
Toronto - The World Hockey Championships, set for May 2-18 in Halifax and Quebec City, will showcase two Maple Leaf defencemen.

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