March 04 2016 08:11PM
Blurry Screencap via Utica Comets on Instagram
Nobody truly expects the Toronto Marlies to be invincible, especially with all of the team's brightest young talent up with the Leafs, but that doesn't stop the rare losses from stinging, even if just a little. Today's might hurt more than others, though, as the team were shut out for the first time this season in a 4-0 loss to the Utica Comets.
March 04 2016 01:59PM
They're here. It finally happened. All season, fans in Toronto have been waiting for the mass sell-off that would lead to open roster spots and now that the trade deadline has passed, the plan is unfolding before our eyes. When Leafs management loaded up on cheap veterans in the offseason, it was clear the intention was to let the kids play and develop with the Marlies until the time was right to get their call to the NHL. That time is now. Over the past couple of weeks, we've had the chance to look into the future. We've seen Maple Leaf debuts from Nylander, Kapanen, Carrick, Hyman, Leipsic and Soshnikov. We'll likely see most back with the Marlies in the near future to go on a deep playoff run, but odds are that if this rebuild is going to work as we've planned we'll be seeing a big impact from this group in the coming years.
So who were the writers at TLN most impressed with in their first few games with the Toronto Maple Leafs?
March 04 2016 12:40PM
They ruined the game. Again.
March 04 2016 11:05AM
It's that time of the week again. It's time to give thumbs up or down to individual Leaf performances. On one hand, they've lost three times. On the other hand, THE KIDZ R HERE!!! Also Ben Smith!!!
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March 04 2016 05:30AM
Trade deadline winners and losers, the Tank is really on in Toronto, Canucks hang onto Hamhuis amidst criticism, Jets have no Captain, Flames fleece the Stars, Todd McLellan goes Ham, the world's best unsigned prospect, World Cup rosters and more in this week's Nation Roundup brought to you by DraftKIngs.