BREAKING: Maple Leafs Call Up Antoine Bibeau

Jeff Veillette (Jeffler)
February 07 2015 12:41PM


While not yet confirmed by the organization, We have learned that the Toronto Maple Leafs have called up goaltender Antoine Bibeau from the Toronto Marlies. In reaction, the Marlies have signed Knick Dawe to an Amateur Try Out contract. 

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Leafs Put "Optional" in "Optional Practice"

Jeff Veillette (Jeffler)
February 07 2015 10:29AM

The Toronto Maple Leafs have a big game ahead of them today. If you're on the "keep trying" side of the spectrum, you want this historically bad losing streak to end, and the Oilers are vulnerable. If you're on the "Tank Nation" side of the aisle, a loss puts the Leafs just nine ahead of Edmonton for 29th place with 28 more attempts at failure to go. Either way, this game matters.

...why is nobody at practice?

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Jeff Veillette (Jeffler)
February 07 2015 09:11AM


There are eleven points on the logo of the Toronto Maple Leafs. For the first time in team history, you can attach the date of a loss to every point without skipping a win. This is rock bottom; ninety eight years later, this is the longest losing streak in Toronto Maple Leafs history, amidst the worst stretch of long term success in Leafs history.

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Marlies Blow 3-1 Lead, Lose In OT

Jeff Veillette (Jeffler)
February 06 2015 08:12PM


The Toronto Maple Leafs may never win a hockey game again, but thankfully for the Toronto Marlies, they're an entirely different team. Unfortunately, the final few minutes of this game might make you feel otherwise, as the Marlies blew a two goal lead and dropped their third consecutive game.

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Marlies Schooled By Griffins

Jeff Veillette (Jeffler)
February 04 2015 03:48PM


At this point in my life, I've become the master of these 11AM school day games. The rules are simple - bring something to shield your ears. You gain next to nothing hearing the game on a day like this; mostly because it's drowned out by screaming children. I listened to music most of the game and I was at peace.

The Toronto Marlies, on the other hand, were not at peace, as they lost this one by a score of three to one.

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