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Toronto Maple Leafs History:
On January 28, 2006, the Toronto Maple Leafs lost their eighth game in a row, their first streak of that length in 10 years, before head coach Pat Quinn joined the team. That was a home overtime loss versus arch-nemesis Montreal Canadiens, and when Montreal right-winger Alexei Kovalev caught Toronto backup goalie Mikael Tellqvist with an empty-net goal, the game turned by way of Montreal, and eventually Saku Koivu would lock up the Leafs in overtime in a low-shooting game, 4-3. The streak was snapped on January 30, 2006, with a win against the Florida Panthers. In which goaltender Ed Belfour recorded his 447th career win to move in to second place on the all time wins list.
Despite a late-season surge, which included more ice time for goaltender Jean-Sébastien Aubin, the Toronto Maple Leafs were eliminated from playoff contention for the first time since 1998 on April 15, 2006. This marked the first time that the team missed the playoffs under Coach Pat Quinn, and as a result he was fired along with assistant coach Rick Ley five days later. Defenseman Aki Berg left the team shortly afterwards. Paul Maurice, the former head coach of the Toronto Maple Leafs' AHL affiliate, the Toronto Marlies, and a former NHL head coach who led the Carolina Hurricanes to victory over the Leafs in the 2002 Eastern Conference final was announced as Pat Quinn's replacement.
After much speculation on whether Bryan McCabe would remain a Maple Leaf or not, Toronto wrote up a five-year contract on June 1st, which McCabe signed on June 28, which means that McCabe will remain in Toronto for at least half another decade. At the 2006 NHL Entry Draft the Leafs selected Jiri Tlusty with the 13th Overall pick. On the same day, the Leafs traded 2005 first round pick Tuukka Rask to the Boston Bruins for Goaltender Andrew Raycroft. Raycroft will fight Aubin and Tellqvist to take over as #1 goaltender.
After the 2005-2006 NHL season, the Toronto Maple Leafs bought out the contract of long-time fan favorite, Tie Domi. In addition to Domi, the Maple Leafs also decided against picking up the option year on the contract of goaltender Ed Belfour. Both players became free agents on July 1, 2006, effectively ending their tenures with the Toronto Maple Leafs.
On July 1, 2006 the Maple Leafs signed free agent defensemen Hal Gill (from Boston) and Pavel Kubina (from Tampa Bay) to long term deals. Also, on July 18th the Maple Leafs made official the signing of free agent Center Michael Peca (from Edmonton) to a one year, $2.5 million Contract.
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