Chris Johnston
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Chris Johnston is in his 14th season covering the NHL and fifth for Sportsnet. His career began with The Canadian Press and has covered 10 Stanley Cup finals and two Olympics. He is a frequent contributor to Sportsnet's TV and radio platforms and a regular guest on the "Puck Talks" speaking series.
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Campbell's joy in record night for Leafs a reminder of human side of game
Chris Johnston
Jack Campbell stopped 32 shots during Wednesday’s 3-2 victory over the Montreal Canadiens to become the first man in Maple Leafs history to backstop the team to wins in 10 consecutive starts.
How no-movement clauses are shaping Seattle's expansion landscape
Chris Johnston
As Leafs strengthen grip on the North, Dubas' deadline mandate is clear
Chris Johnston
In completing a 4-0-0 road trip and strengthening its grip on the North Division with just days to go before the deadline, the Maple Leafs have made it abundantly clear to the general manager how this needs to go.
As Campbell closes in on record books, Maple Leafs' confidence soars
Chris Johnston
As Jack Campbell authors a season befitting a story book, he may soon find himself in the record books — and the Maple Leafs' confidence is soaring as a result.
Maple Leafs' Andersen 'progressing well,' will be reassessed next week
Chris Johnston
Maple Leafs continue to walk tightrope with Campbell, Andersen injuries
Chris Johnston
After missing Monday's loss to the Oilers while he continues to recover from a lower-body injury, Jack Campbell will be back between the pipes when the Toronto Maple Leafs visit the Winnipeg Jets. You can watch the game on Sportsnet beginning at 7:30 p.m. ET/ 4:30 p.m. PT.
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Leafs can take solace in defensive play vs. Oilers despite latest loss
Chris Johnston
This was not up to the gold standard the Leafs established while reeling off three straight wins in Edmonton from Feb. 27 to March 3, but there were some echoes of those performances in Monday’s 3-2 overtime loss.
Maple Leafs' goaltending uncertainty a cause for concern
Chris Johnston
Maple Leafs' Jack Campbell must stay 'even keel' amid heavy workload
Chris Johnston
Jack Campbell, a former first round pick, took eight years to carve out a regular NHL job. In the midst of the heaviest workload of his NHL career, the Maple Leafs netminder has acknowledged having to learn when to let himself off the hook in the process.