If the Rangers were engaged in serious talks with the Maple Leafs regarding Tyler Bozak, the only way the Blueshirts could pull off a deal for the veteran center with the $4.2 million cap hit would be to buy out Marc Staal by Thursday’s deadline. There is zero indication that either is happening. Let’s review...
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- Why dumping Marc Staal is Rangers’ only route to Maple Leafs center
By Larry Brooks - Wednesday Jul 26, 2017
- Ex-Sharks center Patrick Marleau scores twice in debut with Maple Leafs
By Associated Press - Thursday Oct 5, 2017
Patrick Marleau scored twice in his Maple Leafs debut and Toronto beat host Winnipeg 7-2 on Wednesday night in the season opener for both teams. The 38-year-old signed with Toronto as a free agent after 19 seasons with the Sharks. He has 510 career goals. Nazem Kadri, James van Riemsdyk and William Nylander scored in a three-minute span in the first period. Auston Matthews and Mitch Marner also scored, and Frederik Andersen made 35 saves. New Winnipeg goalie Steve Mason was pulled after Marleau’s second goal 36 seconds into the third period, having allowed five goals on 20 shots.
- Rangers rocked again as Lundqvist gets quick hook
By Brett Cyrgalis - Sunday Oct 8, 2017
TORONTO — OK, so things are a little sloppy to start the season. But this sloppy, and this bad? The Rangers suffered a second straight loss to start their season, a dramatic 8-5 defeat at the hands of the Maple Leafs on Saturday night at Air Canada Centre. There was such dramatic defensive lapses that...
- Patrick Marleau leaves Sharks to sign 3-year deal with Toronto
By Josh Dubow - Sunday Jul 2, 2017
On a day the Sharks confirmed that center Joe Thornton will be staying with the team for at least one more season, Marleau — San Jose’s career goals leader — signed an $18.75 million, three-year contract with the Toronto Maple Leafs.“I think I’ve worn out a few carpets pacing around the house trying to make this decision over the last couple of days,” Marleau said.Marleau, 37, will count $6.25 million against the salary cap through the 2019-20 season and was given a full no-movement clause by general manager Lou Lamoriello.Marleau, the second overall pick in 1997, has 508 goals and 574 assists for 1,082 points.Only six players in NHL history have played more games with one team than Marleau’s 1,493 in San Jose.Despite his advancing age, Marleau remains one of the game’s most durable players with a current games-played streak of 622 and is still one of the league’s fastest skaters.Marleau has experience playing for Toronto head coach Mike Babcock, winning Olympic gold medals together in 2010 and 2014.Marleau’s loss will be felt in San Jose, where he helped a young franchise develop into a consistent winner after he came to the Bay Area from a small town in Saskatchewan as a teenager in 1997.San Jose went to the conference finals again in 2010 and ’11, and then lost the Stanley Cup Finals to Pittsburgh in six games in 2016.
- Despite high hopes, hot weather dulls fall foliage season
By WILSON RING, Associated Press - Sunday Oct 8, 2017
EAST MONTPELIER, Vt. (AP) — Tour buses continue to pack into a maple sugar farm on the outskirts of Vermont's capital during the first week of October, the peak of foliage season for travelers looking for the brilliant red and yellow mountainsides that define the season.While the leaf-peepers are here, mountainside-covering color is not.Surveying the landscape from behind his business, Morse Farm Sugarworks owner Burr Morse spots pockets of color in the trees. But in other areas, a stand of sugar maple trees that should be vivid have already shed their leaves.
- Rangers’ young forward is even starting to impress Vigneault
By Larry Brooks - Saturday Oct 7, 2017
The Rangers have a number of areas to clean up in turning their attention from Thursday’s season-opening 4-2 loss at the Garden to the Avalanche to Saturday’s game in Toronto against an abundantly talented Maple Leafs team that will slice a generous opponent to ribbons if given even half the chance. That’s why much of...