Newly acquired Leafs defenceman Mike Van Ryn finally arrives in Toronto with his family, following a delay in the process to bring his pet horses into Canada.
The Air Canada Centre will have a sleek new look this year, including adding new high-definition screens to the scoreboard.
Last week the AHL Toronto Marlies signed six new players.
Here are the headlines of stories relating to the Leafs and the Marlies in the news this morning:
Leafs NHL News
- Great expectations Toronto Sun
- Hold your horses, Van Ryn Toronto Sun
- Leafs add new coaches, scouts Toronto Sun
- Familiar faces back with Maple Leafs Toronto Star
- If Leafs drive you to drink, LCBO can help Toronto Star
- Van Ryn ready to saddle up The Globe And Mail
- ACC could look better than Leafs this season The Globe And Mail
- Toronto teams lead in recycling National Post
- Selanne, Sundin and Schneider’s status linked SportsNet.ca
- Marlies Sign Six Players TorontoMarlies.com
NHL and Hockey News
- Chelios ready to accept lesser role after signing on for a 25th season Toronto Star
- Schneider, Sanford to battle for backup role in Vancouver Faceoff.com
- Sedins meet with Gillis on Wednesday vancouver Province
- Panthers lock up Ballard CP
- Hartsburg aims to foster ‘team-first’ mentality Faceoff.com
- World juniors hit the road CP