LGD - Leafs Travel To Ottawa for Home Game vs. Senators

Justin Fisher
November 09 2014 12:42PM

As you're probably aware, tonight's contest is a make-up for the Wednesday, October 22nd game that was postponed due to the shootings at the Canadian National War Memorial and Parliament Hill. 

It'll be an odd situation, in that both teams will be on the latter half of a back-to-back. Last night, the Leafs beat the Rangers by a score of 5-4, while the Senators were downed by the Jets, 2-1 in shootout. The only players on the ice who won't be gassed will likely be the goaltenders.

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TLN Roundtable - Sponsoring the Leafs

Justin Fisher
November 07 2014 05:04PM

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Photo: www.realsports.ca

With news that advertising and sponsorship logos may be making their way to NHL jerseys, we asked our team of writers to create some mock-ups of new Leafs jerseys. Please note that all of these mock ups are very well thought out and are highly likely to become reality.

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What Would You Do Wednesday - Goaltending Controversy!!!

Justin Fisher
November 05 2014 06:40PM

Those [lovely people] at TSN threw up a video today called "Maple Leafs creating a distraction in net", and it's, uh, something. Careful not to call the Jonathan Bernier and James Reimer platoon a 'goaltending controversy', the video certainly hinted that things could maybe, potentially, perhaps boil over. 

Let's overreact, shall we?

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Leafs Prospect Update - November 2, 2014

Justin Fisher
November 02 2014 07:28PM

Johnson Scoring All The Goals

It seems like every time I write a prospect update I'm starting off with news from Sweden. Apologies to Don Cherry, but it's been Andreas Johnson and William Nylander who've been the Leafs' most consistently productive prospects so far this season. Quite frankly, it isn't even close.

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LGD - Leafs Host Blackhawks

Justin Fisher
November 01 2014 02:52PM

The Leafs have played some pretty good lately, picking up two wins in a row against Buffalo and Columbus. Part of that might be due to Buffalo being hilariously terrible, and Columbus being plagued by injury, but nonetheless the Leafs executed their game plans well. Things will be a little different tonight, when Toronto hosts the Chicago Blackhawks, one of the league's finest teams.

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