Nylander Returns as Marlies win Fifth Consecutive Game

Jeff Veillette
January 29 2016 08:55PM

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Photo Credit: Grand Rapids Griffins / Flickr

It's was the moment that many Leafs fans have been waiting for, at least for the past few weeks. William Nylander, who has been out for the past month with concussion-like symptoms followed by appendicitis, made his return to the Toronto Marlies lineup tonight and even found a way to get himself back on the scoreboard in a 4-2 victory over the Grand Rapids Griffins.

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This should be the next (and last) logo in Leafs history

Jeff Veillette
January 29 2016 04:36PM

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There hasn't really been much off-ice drama this year for the Toronto Maple Leafs, which is probably an extremely good thing. It's always good when the team lets you focus on the game, even when the games aren't so great. But there has been one big recurring story through the season, and it's the rebrand of the team heading into the 2016/17 season.

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William Nylander to return to the lineup tonight vs. Grand Rapids

Jeff Veillette
January 29 2016 11:17AM

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Toronto Maple Leafs top prospect William Nylander will make his return to the Marlies lineup tonight, according to head coach Sheldon Keefe.

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Josh Leivo loaned to Toronto Marlies in anticipation of All-Star Weekend

Jeff Veillette
January 28 2016 01:05PM

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The Toronto Maple Leafs announced today that they have sent Josh Leivo to the Toronto Marlies on a loan basis.

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Leafs Postgame: Double Agent

Jeff Veillette
January 27 2016 08:24PM

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Manipulated Photo. Original Photo Credit: Kim Klement/USA TODAY SPORTS

You just knew that this game was going to end up this way. The TV broadcasts made it all about Steven Stamkos. The fans made it all about Steven Stamkos. The Bolts needed a win, so they were probably looking towards their high-scoring captain. The Leafs, well, they were an accessory to the process.

The end result? The scoresheet was all Stamkos, all the time. Mostly because it was a very short scoresheet, as the Lightning defeated the Leafs by a score of 1-0.

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