Nazem Kadri C TOR 7 days ago

Kadri scored a goal and added an assist in Tuesday's 4-3 overtime win over Boston. He now has six points, including three goals, in his last seven games.

Nazem Kadri C TOR 2 weeks ago

Kadri is connecting on just 5.7 percent of his shots this campaign.

Nazem Kadri C TOR 1 month ago

Kadri's point streak now stands at five games and seven points after Sunday's two-assist effort in a 3-1 win over the Islanders.

Nazem Kadri C TOR 2 months ago

Kadri scored twice Saturday in a 4-1 win over St. Louis. He also picked up a five-minute major for fighting.

Nazem Kadri C TOR 3 months ago

Kadri scored a power-play goal against the Hurricanes on Friday.

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Kadri has frustrated the Leafs, ...

Nazem Kadri C TOR 3 months ago

Kadri dished out a pair of assists in Monday's loss to the Coyotes.

Nazem Kadri C TOR 4 months ago

Kadri picked up an assist and fired six shots on net in Saturday's 2-1 loss to Pittsburgh. He has fired 27 shots on net in five games.

Nazem Kadri C TOR 4 months ago

Kadri picked up a power-play assist in Wednesday's loss to the Canadiens.

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Nazem Kadri C TOR 5 months ago

Kadri, who has been a lightning rod in Toronto, is seen as a key piece of the team's plans going forward by his new coach, Mike Babcock, according to the Toronto Sun. "That stuff is all in the past," said Babcock in reference to Kadri missing team meetings and having questionable on and off-ice habits. "I think he's had a real good summer, a journey in which he's trying to get better and improve himself."

Nazem Kadri C TOR 7 months ago

Leafs' coach Mike Babcock has high expectations for Kadri and had some pointed words for the center after the team re-signed him earlier this week, reports the Toronto Sun. The team signed him to a one-year extension that's a 'show-us-what-you've-got" deal what will dictate his future in Toronto.

"I expect him to be an elite player," said the coach. "His training has to match his skill set." That comment was a not-so-subtle gauntlet thrown down to the hard-partying Kadri whose off-ice exploits have earned him the disrespect of many. "You can't take the summer off. I expect our best players to be our hardest-working people and set the tone." Even Don Cherry, his biggest supporter, had some pointed words for the enigmatic young player: "Now he has a beginning and a new coach that won't put up with any B.S. ... Nazem must have a good year or he's toast." Expect him to be motivated to prove his detractors wrong, so 2015-16 could be a big season for him.