For the first time in more than 50 years, a Toronto Maple Leaf has won the Calder Trophy. Centre Auston Matthews, selected first overall by the Leafs in the 2016 NHL Entry Draft, took home the league’s rookie of the year prize at Wednesday’s awards ceremony in Las Vegas. He’s the 10th Maple Leafs player to win the Calder, and first since Brit Selby in 1966. Matthews beat out Winnipeg Jets winger Patrik Laine and Columbus Blue Jackets defenceman Zach Werenski for the honour.
This weekend’s NHL Entry Draft in Chicago offers the Toronto Maple Leafs the opportunity to add prospects to an already impressive farm system. As of Wednesday, Toronto is set to select 17th overall, and holds picks in the second (59), fourth (110, 124), fifth (141), sixth (172) and seventh (203) rounds. Before the draft begins, we're breaking down the top 10 prospects already in the Leafs' organization, and when they're most likely to be ready for regular NHL duty.
On the heels of the Toronto Maple Leafs’ centennial season celebration, centrecould become the 10th player in franchise history to win the Calder Trophy as the NHL’s best rookie when the league gathers in Las Vegas Wednesday night for its annual awards ceremony.Matthews, who broke into the league as a 19-year-old a few months after being selected with the first-overall pick, stunned the hockey world with an emphatic four-goal debut and went on to rewrite franchise freshman history.If he does...
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