David Clarkson is coming home to Toronto to suit up for the Maple Leafs and fans of the team are excited about what the local-boy can bring to the club. His decision, and the reaction in one of hockey's biggest market's, make David the Player of the Week.
It has been 9 long years since the Toronto Maple Leafs have played a playoff game.
The Toronto Maple Leafs managed clinched their first playoff berth since 2003-2004. Find out what has changed in nine years time.
2014 Bridgestone NHL Winter Classic® set for Michigan stadium on January 1st, as the Detroit Red Wings host the Toronto Maple Leafs.
Tyler Bozak has his parents to thank for giving him the opportunity to realize his NHL dreams
NHLPA.com went 'In The Locker Room' with the Leafs and Penguins recently to discuss some of the issues prevalent in the league this season.
Ben Scrivens has taken control of the crease in Toronto, following James Reimer's injury and after posting back-to-back shutouts over Ottawa and Florida, his stellar play has made him the Player of the Week!
The NHLPA offices in Toronto happen to be conveniently located a short highway drive away from the Toronto Maple Leafs’ practice facility.
Toronto Maple Leafs Captain Dion Phaneuf reflects on his early days playing hockey from his strong family support system to his loyalty to Alberta to practicing in his backyard rink.
Toronto Maple Leafs forward Mike Brown shaves off his "BrownBeaut" beard to kick off the month of Movember at Mankind Grooming Studio in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
James van Riemsdyk believes in the Players’ approach in CBA negotiations, one that proposes a fair deal for both sides
Joffrey Lupul has become one of the Toronto's most consistent offensive producers
Being the captain of an NHL team is an honour that any player to ever suit up in the league would graciously and humbly accept.
Young Leafs forward has worked hard to build his game and his confidence for the 2011-12 season
Toronto's young talented goaltender eager to help the Leafs continue to improve
Luke Schenn working hard to see the Leafs pick up where they left off in 2010-11
Blessed with otherworldly speed and a hard, quick shot, he possesses the kind of talent that every team in the NHL desires.
After a strong start in Toronto, veteran defenceman Francois Beauchemin knows there is much work to come
One of the key members of the new chemistry experiment in Toronto is forward Clark MacArthur.
Leafs captain Phaneuf honoured with role; not changing his style or approach