https://www.tsn.ca/carrick-not-waived-by-maple-leafs-1.1184090 On Monday morning, the Toronto Maple Leafs announced that defenceman Connor Carrick was one of three players who would be waived at noon, but the 24-year-old blueliner did not appear on the league's waiver list. As of right now, the Leafs' roster is at 24 with Carrick still on it. Goaltenders Curtis McElhinney and Calvin Pickard were on the list as the Leafs indicated earlier on Monday. A native of Oak Park, IL, Carrick had an assist and a plus-1 rating in four preseason games. Acquired from the Washington Capitals at the 2016 trade deadline as part of a deal for Daniel Winnik, Carrick has spent the last three seasons with the Leafs. He appeared in 47 games with the Leafs a season ago, scoring four goals and adding eight assists. He did not appear in any postseason contests. Originally taken in the fifth round of the 2012 NHL Entry Draft out of the United States National Development Team, Carrick heads into his fifth NHL season. In 167 career games with the Capitals and Maple Leafs, Carrick has nine goals and 21 assists.