The Toronto Maple Leafs have announced their 2020-21 training camp roster. The Maple Leafs have 40 players participating in training camp, which began on January 4. The Leafs’ roster includes 23 forwards including newly acquired Joe Thornton, Wayne Simmonds, Jimmy Vesey, Scott Sabourin and Alex Barabanov, along with 13 defencemen, including newly acquired TJ Brodie, Zach Bogosian, and Mikko Lehtonen.
The Leafs also have four goaltenders at training camp including newly acquired, Aaron Dell from San Jose Sharks.
The team’s training camp on-ice activities care being held at the Ford Performance Centre in Etobicoke and continue through Tuesday, January 12.
Toronto Maple Leafs Training Camp Roster – Forwards
Kenny Agostino 20 Toronto (AHL) Joey Anderson 28 New Jersey (NHL), Binghamton (AHL) Alex Barabanov 94 SKA St. Petersburg (KHL) Travis Boyd 72 Washington (NHL), Hershey (AHL) Justin Brazeau 79 Toronto (AHL), Newfoundland (ECHL) Adam Brooks 77 Toronto (NHL), Toronto (AHL) Rourke Chartier 75 N/A Pierre Engvall 47 Toronto (NHL), Toronto (AHL) Tyler Gaudet 58 Toronto (AHL) Zach Hyman 11 Toronto (NHL) Alexander Kerfoot 15 Toronto (NHL) Mitchell Marner 16 Toronto (NHL) Auston Matthews 34 Toronto (NHL) Ilya Mikheyev 65 Toronto (NHL) William Nylander 88 Toronto (NHL) Nic Petan 61 Toronto (NHL), Toronto (AHL) Nicholas Robertson 89 Toronto (NHL), Peterborough (OHL) Scott Sabourin 49 Ottawa (NHL) Wayne Simmonds 24 New Jersey (NHL), Buffalo (NHL) Jason Spezza 19 Toronto (NHL) John Tavares 91 Toronto (NHL) Joe Thornton 97 San Jose (NHL) Jimmy Vesey 26 Buffalo (NHL)
Toronto Maple Leafs Training Camp Roster – Defencemen
Name Number 2019-20 Club(s) Zach Bogosian 22 Tampa Bay (NHL), Buffalo (NHL) TJ Brodie 78 Calgary (NHL) Travis Dermott 23 Toronto (NHL) Justin Holl 3 Toronto (NHL) Mac Hollowell 81 Toronto (AHL), Newfoundland (ECHL) Teemu Kivihalme 45 Toronto (AHL) Mikko Lehtonen 46 Jokerit (KHL) Timothy Liljegren 37 Toronto (NHL), Toronto (AHL) Martin Marincin 52 Toronto (NHL), Toronto (AHL) Jake Muzzin 8 Toronto (NHL), Toronto (AHL) Morgan Rielly 44 Toronto (NHL) Calle Rosen 48 Toronto (NHL), Colorado (NHL), Colorado (AHL) Rasmus Sandin 38 Toronto (NHL), Toronto (AHL)
The Maple Leafs will open their regular season schedule on Wednesday, January 13 at Scotiabank Arena in Toronto when they face off against the Montreal Canadiens.