Leafs Postgame - More like the Pirañas

Jeff Veillette (Jeffler)
March 19 2015 08:22PM

When you're a dysfunctional team that desperately wants to turn things around, the best case scenario is to face a dysfunctional team that desperately just wants their season to be over. Unfortunately for the sake of entertainment, the Leafs are the latter half of that equation. Fortunately for the sake of the reverse standings, the Leafs are the latter half of that equation.

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Nazem Kadri handed four game suspension for hit on Oilers' Fraser

Jeff Veillette (Jeffler)
March 18 2015 12:08PM

As expected, the National Hockey League's Department of Player Safety has come down on Nazem Kadri, suspending him for the next four games as punishment for his elbow to the head of Matt Fraser.

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Nazem Kadri will have telephone hearing for illegal check to the head of Oilers' Fraser

Jeff Veillette (Jeffler)
March 17 2015 08:48AM

After serving a suspension from Leafs president Brendan Shanahan for personal reasons, Nazem Kadri may be finding his way into a suspension from NHL player safety head Stephane Quintal for hockey reasons. This morning, word got out that Kadri's elbow to the head of Matt Fraser will lead to a hearing.

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Mailbag Monday: I'm super, tanks for asking

Jeff Veillette (Jeffler)
March 16 2015 09:03PM


I'm publishing this mailbag at this exact moment in time, because I know what you're all thinking. Before you admit it, I'll say it for you - literally anything that you could be doing right now other than watch this awful team get Harlem Globetrottered by the Edmonton Oilers. Seriously, this game should be pay-per-view, with the owners giving back to the ones watching. It's not, however, so your time is better invested reading this than watching the Leafs.

If you have a question for next week, leave it in the comments, tweet @tlndc, or tweet @jeffler.

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Marlies beat Bulldogs in Montreal Matchup

Jeff Veillette (Jeffler)
March 15 2015 01:45PM


American Hockey League games in National Hockey League buildings are always fun. The Toronto Marlies have had a couple of opportunities to do that this season, playing in the Canadian Tire Centre and Air Canada Centre against the Binghamton Senators. Today, however, they left the province to hit up one more rink, facing the Hamilton Bulldogs in Montreal's Bell Centre. To add icing on the cake, they came out victorious.

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