Maple Leafs general manager Dave Nonis fields questions on the announcement that former Toronto Marlies head coach Steve Spott and former Florida Panthers head coach Peter Horachek will join Randy Carlyle's staff as the Leafs' assistant coaches.
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Toronto Maple Leafs President Brendan Shanahan on the off-season moves and the ongoing prospects camp:
Director of Player Development Jim Hughes on the Leafs' prospect camp:
For video interviews with a number of the Leafs' prospects at this week's camp, check out the Leafs TV video vault.
For a thorough look at some of the individual showings at today's camp sessions:
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Dave Nonis is set to address the media at 4:30 p.m (live stream above).
The moves and news today:
Jerry D'Amigo and a 7th round pick traded for Matt Frattin.
Stephane Robidas signed to a 3-year, $9 million contract.
Leo Komarov signed to a 4-year, $11.8 million contract.
Dave Bolland signs in Florida for 5 years, $27.5 million.
Mason Raymond signs in Calgary for 3 years, $9.5 million.
Nikolai Kulemin remains a free agent, and doesn't look like he's a sure thing to go to Pittsburgh.
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Anthony Petrielli and Gus Katsaros join Michael Langlois to discuss the Marlies' playoff run, the upcoming draft, and the Leafs' off-season plans.
A great run comes to an end.
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Steve Spott Post Game Press Conference
The Toronto Marlies get set to take on the Texas Stars at 8:30 p.m.
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