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He was named the NHL's Rookie of the Month for November after leading all rookie defencemen with nine points and two game-winning goals.

On February 2, 2010, Phaneuf made his Toronto Maple Leaf debut, leading all Maple Leafs players in time on ice and ended the night with a fight and given second star of the game honours.

Phaneuf was a common sight at Toronto events, often appearing at fundraisers, promotional activities or visiting patients at Sick Kids Hospital. Paul Phaneuf maintained a backyard rink each winter that the young Phaneuf practised on.

His mother, a former figure skater who competed for Prince Edward Island at the 1975 Canada Winter Games, taught him to skate.

While Phaneuf struggled offensively to begin his tenure in Toronto – he played 25 games in Toronto before scoring his first goal – then-Leafs Head Coach Ron Wilson credited him with creating a positive change in the mood in the Toronto dressing room.

On November 2, 2010, in a game against the Ottawa Senators, Phaneuf sustained an injury in the leg by having it cut open with a skate from Peter Regin while crashing into the boards.

He set a Flames record for most goals by a first-year defenceman and was named a finalist for the Calder Memorial Trophy as top rookie in 2005–06.

Two years later, he was a finalist for the James Norris Memorial Trophy as top defenceman, though he did not win either award.

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Phaneuf forfeited the amount of US,666.66 for his action.

The Maple Leafs, struggling once again, decided to start a rebuild in early 2015.

Due to the Battle of Ontario rivalry, this was the first time the Maple Leafs and Senators had made a trade since March 17, 1998, when Per Gustafsson was shipped to Ottawa in exchange for an 8th round pick.

Phaneuf played a shortened 2015–16 season due to an "oblique injury and soreness in his right foot" after blocking a shot during a game against the Toronto Maple Leafs on March 12, ending the season with 20 games played with the Senators, amassing one goal and eight points.Phaneuf made his NHL debut on October 5, 2005, against the Minnesota Wild.