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.
November 02 2014 12:58PM
We are here. We are waiting.
Jeff Veillette (Jeffler)
November 01 2014 08:49PM
The Toronto Marlies are about to embark on a long road trip. One that will last several weeks - you can call it a team bonding experiment, but really, its because the Royal Winter Fair has to use Ricoh Coliseum and it's not a smooth transition. That doesn't matter much to the team, but it's always nice to leave town on a positive note. Today was their opportunity to do so, and a 3-1 win against the Rochester Americans was the result.
November 01 2014 08:09PM
The Leafs had a tough task ahead of them tonight, ending off an up-and-down week (or maybe it was down-and-up) hosting the Blackhawks on the second half of a back-to-back. Then James Reimer happened.
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.