The Toronto Maple Leafs have begun training camp with a roster of 38 forwards, 22 defensemen, and seven goaltenders.
The Toronto Maple Leafs will have a few on-ice practices before their first pre-season game on Sunday, September 24, against the Ottawa Senators at Canadian Tire Centre.
The Toronto Maple Leafs players have a new general manager watching training camp for the first time since 2018. Every GM is different, and they have certain things they’re looking for out of their players. It will be interesting to see how this camp differs from those under former GM Kyle Dubas.
Matt Murray and Jake Muzzin will not take part in training camp due to long-term injuries. Leafs GM Brad Treliving announced on media day that Murray required significant surgery and significant rehab for his injury.
Bobby McMann is on the training camp roster but will not be able to take part until he is medically cleared. He is still recovering from an injury suffered last season.
Leafs GM Brad Treliving proclaimed this team as “driven.” Now is when we find out just how driven they are.
The Leafs season doesn’t start until October 11th, but the drive starts now in training camp. How will new guys fit in? How will the young guys perform? Can the core five improve upon last season? Lots of questions going into camp and the regular season. Here are three things to keep your eyes on during training camp and pre-season action.