Marlies Lose 3-1 To Rochester

Jeff Veillette (Jeffler)
April 11 2014 09:28PM

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The division is clinched, but hey, I'm pretty sure the Toronto Marlies would be happy with getting to second place in the conference. Six games back and three games in hand made it a stretch goal, but an achievable reality. It the results trend this way, however, they'll have to remain content with third, as the blue and white fell 3-1 to the Rochester Americans.

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The Next Step

Jeff Veillette (Jeffler)
April 11 2014 10:35AM

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With the Brendan Shanahan news confirmed by the everybody involved (the entire media reporting the speculation kind of rushed the process), there's a lot of wonder as to what this means for the team. Here's some speculation and suggestion making the rounds right now.

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Leafs Postgame: Aw, Rats

Jeff Veillette (Jeffler)
April 10 2014 09:11PM

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I mean, the season is a lost cause at this point, but you at least want the blue and white to be respectable and have a good showing, right? Win or lose, just a good effort, of course. But what you want and what you get are two entirely different things, and the Leafs, well.. it wasn't very pretty.

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MacIntyre To Get First Start, Granberg To Debut

Jeff Veillette (Jeffler)
April 10 2014 10:20AM

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With the Leafs out of the playoffs, it's time to find some silver linings in the last couple of games. For me, I always liked it when the team would give opportunities to their up-and-comers, giving the fans a taste of what is to come, and the staff an opportunity to see if they're ready to make the leap.

Tonight, the Leafs will be doing just that, giving Drew MacIntyre his first ever start and Petter Granberg his first taste of the NHL.

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On The Leafs And Brendan Shanahan

Jeff Veillette (Jeffler)
April 09 2014 05:27PM

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It looks like Tim Leiweke wasn't kidding when he repeatedly stressed his preparation to take action in making the Toronto Maple Leafs a winner as fast as possible. Originally reported by Nik Kypreos and now confirmed by everybody else on the face of the planet, the Leafs have approached Brendan Shanahan for a high-rankings upper management role.

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