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(June 30, 2004) -- John Ferguson, general manager of the Toronto Maple Leafs, announced Wednesday that the club has re-signed Joe Nieuwendyk, Gary Roberts and Aki Berg to contracts. In keeping with club policy, terms of the contracts were not disclosed.
(June 4, 2004) -- John Ferguson, general manager of the Toronto Maple Leafs, announced Friday that forward Owen Nolan underwent successful arthroscopic knee surgery yesterday.
TUCKER HAS SUCCESSFUL SURGERY
(June 3, 2004) -- John Ferguson, general manager of the Toronto Maple Leafs, announced Thursday that forward Darcy Tucker underwent successful abdominal surgery today.
The following was just released by Maple Leafs media relations:
LEAFS TV TO TELEVISE 12 MAPLE LEAFS GAMES IN 2004-05
(June 3, 2004) -- John Shannon, vice-president of programming and executive producer of Leafs TV and Raptors/NBA TV, announced Thursday that Leafs TV will exclusively broadcast 12 Maple Leafs games on the club-owned digital channel during the 2004-05 regular season.
"This is a great step forward in the evolution of Leafs TV," said Shannon. "Live broadcasts are what all-sports television channels are all about and these games will complete what is already the best all-round Maple Leafs package available to our current and future subscribers."
Outstanding Service to Hockey in the United States
Top Goal Scorer in the NHL
Best Overall Record
Eastern Conference Champion
Top Goalie in the NHL
Goalie(s) With the Fewest Goals Scored Against
St. Louis wins:
St. Louis wins:
St. Louis wins:
Ray Miron share:
Iginla, Calgary share:
Detoit Red Wings
TORONTO MAPLE LEAFS TV TO TELEVISE WORLD CUP PRE-TOURNAMENT GAMES
(June 11, 2004) -- Leafs TV announced Friday that it has gained exclusive broadcast rights to four World Cup of Hockey pre-tournament games in August.
Three games feature Team Canada beginning August 23 against the defending champion Team USA in Columbus, Ohio at the Nationwide Arena. The two teams will match up again two nights later in Ottawa August 25 at the Corel Centre. Canada completes its pre-tournament schedule against Slovakia August 28, also in Ottawa. Leafs TV will also carry the Russia-USA game August 27 from Columbus.
Leafs TV is currently available through most television service providers in the Maple Leafs region.
TORONTO MAPLE LEAFS ANNOUNCE LOCATION FOR 2004 TRAINING CAMP
(June 16, 2004) -- John Ferguson, general manager of the Toronto Maple Leafs, announced Wednesday that the city of Kitchener, Ontario will be the site of the team's 2004 training camp.
"Our organization is very pleased with the selection of Kitchener," said Ferguson. "In previous training camps, the Maple Leafs enjoyed tremendous hospitality from the City of Kitchener, the Kitchener Rangers and the strong legion of Maple Leafs fans in the community. We are excited and looking forward to a productive week of preparation and development for our hockey club."
NHL ANNOUNCES ORDER OF SELECTION FOR 2004 ENTRY DRAFT
NEW YORK (June 16, 2004) -- Following is the current order of selection for the 2004 NHL Entry Draft, Saturday, June 26 at noon, Eastern time (Rounds 1-3, TSN, ESPN2, RDS) and Sunday, June 27 at 9 a.m., ET (Rounds 4-9) at RBC Center in Raleigh. Read the complete draft order. . .
TORONTO MAPLE LEAFS RE-SIGN KLEE, TUCKER
(June 18, 2004) -- John Ferguson, general manager of the Toronto Maple Leafs, announced Friday that the hockey club has re-signed defenceman Ken Klee and forward Darcy Tucker to multi-year contracts. In keeping with club policy, terms of the contracts were not disclosed.
TORONTO MAPLE LEAFS PICK GOALTENDER IN THIRD ROUND
(June 26, 2004) -- The first draft pick of the John Ferguson era is goaltender Justin Pogge from Prince George of the Western Hockey League. The native of Ft. McMurray, Albert posted three shutouts, a 2.83 goals-against average and a winning record (17-18-2) in 44 appearances last season.
MAPLE LEAFS ANNOUNCE STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING CAMP INVITEES
(July 7, 2004) -- The Toronto Maple Leafs announced Wednesday the group of 19 players that will participate in the Maple Leafs strength and conditioning mini-camp this weekend.
The group of three goaltenders, eight defencemen and eight forwards will congregate in Toronto Thursday, July 8 to prepare for three days of testing and workouts at York University and Reebok Station Seven fitness club.
(July 14, 2004) -- The Toronto Maple Leafs will travel to New Jersey on October 15 to face the Devils at Continental Airlines Arena to open their 78th season in the National Hockey League. Northeast Division rival Ottawa will provide the opposition for Toronto in their home opener the next night at Air Canada Centre..
Don Cherry Stays Put: HNIC to retain Cherry's services
(July 16,2004) The Globe and Mail reports that Hockey Night in Canada commentator Don Cherry will return to the weekly program for at least one more season. Sources told the paper that the CBC will renew his contract for another season after he promised the network he would steer clear of political remarks. Read the full story...
Sad Day All Around For The NHL And Two Young Hockey Players. Danton Pleads; Heatley Indicted
( July 17, 2004) Former Blues forward Mike Danton pleaded guilty to a federal murder-for-hire conspiracy charge on Friday and faces seven to 10 years in prison.
In Atlanta, Dany Heatley was indicted on vehicular homicide and five other charges in the wreck that claimed the life of his teammate Dan Snyder. ESPN Sports...
Looming Lockout Stalls Free Agency, TSN
(July 20, 2004) Nearly three weeks into NHL free agency and the biggest names remain unsigned. The reason is simple. With a lockout looming, few clubs want to add big contracts to payrolls that will be affected either by a possible salary cap or luxury tax under the new collective bargaining agreement. So the big names continue to wait, their agents hearing a lot of: "We're interested, but we want to see what happens this summer.'' More...
NHL, NHLPA talks ready to resume:
(July 21, 2004) Collective bargaining is slated to resume Wednesday when the NHL and NHL Players' Association meet at 10am et/7am pt at the league's head office. The two sides haven't met since May 25 in Tampa during the Stanley Cup final. More...
Domi launches $1.65 million lawsuit
(July 22, 2004) Broadcaster, CHUM named in action. Host fired after wife-beating comment. Maple Leafs enforcer Tie Domi has filed a $1.65 million lawsuit against an Ottawa sports radio station and an on-air broadcaster for suggesting last spring that Domi beat his wife. Source...
(7/28/2004) BOSTON (Ticker) - Veteran right wing Tom Fitzgerald, who spent the last two seasons with the Toronto Maple Leafs, on Wednesday agreed to terms on a two-year contract with the Boston Bruins. Source...