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The Key Positives from the Toronto-Detroit Preseason Game - 10/08/22

We are one-step closer to the NHL season, Toronto entered tonight's game going into their final preseason game, before the start of the regular season. Previously, the two teams met last night in Detroit, when the Red Wings defeated the Leafs, 4-2. Engvall Back into Lineup Lengthy, forward Pierre Engvall is suiting up in his first preseason game of the year. Previously, it was known that the Swedish forward would miss at least two-weeks, recovering from an offseason foot injury. Tonight, Engvall is situated to start on the third-line, alongside Calle Jarnkrok and Alex Kerfoot. Engvall returned to practice last Sunday, where Leafs management noted that the forward was making good progress and intends to start skating harder later on in the week.  The Leafs signed the 6-foot-5 winger this offseason to a contract extension. Engvall had a career season last year, as he scored 15 goals and 20 assists during the regular season. Nylander Nets One Again William Nylander continues to impres

NHL Rumors: Alex Kerfoot, Givani Smith, Morgan Frost, Sean Monahan

Expectations for many are always high going into a new NHL season. While they prepare for the upcoming season, players are expected to develop each summer. Here are some players that have something to prove this year: Alex Kerfoot, Toronto Maple Leafs Kerfoot is one of many talented forwards within the Toronto Maple Leafs lineup. The Leafs will need to look for the Vancouver native to repeat similar offensive totals to the prior 2021-22 season. Last season, the center put up 13 goals along with 38 assists in all 82 games. The former fifth-round pick will play a productive role on the Leafs' third-line. It is essential for Kerfoot to have a good season if he wants to stay in Toronto. As mentioned numerous times, Toronto is on the brink of a cap hit, while Kerfoot possesses an AAV of $2,700,000. The Maple Leafs are once again contending for the Stanley Cup this season and have shown the true depth of their forwards this preseason. Kerfoot, a likely regular in the system, will bring a