LFR10 - Game 38 - Maniacal Laughter - Tor 4, NJ 2

Steve Dangle
January 07 2017 12:53PM

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OH BABY LOOK AT THOSE STANDINGS!

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Leafs Postgame: Watch out, Atlantic

Jeff Veillette
January 06 2017 10:05PM

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It was only a matter of time before the climb made its way all the way back up, and today, it did. The Toronto Maple Leafs, after a mind-boggling 4-2 win over the New Jersey Devils, have sneaked themselves into the third seed in the Atlantic Division.

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The Road to the Outdoor Classic - Episode 4

wraparoundcurl
January 06 2017 08:16PM

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Episode four of The Road to the Outdoor Classic is here! It was a cracking game so let’s see what the behind the scenes stuff held for us. Although we’ve come to the end of the road, still I can’t let go.

Let Mike Babcock’s smiling face lead you to a recap and the vid with all the good Leafs stuff.

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LGD: Dealing with the Devils (again)

Jeff Veillette
January 06 2017 11:08AM

The last time the Toronto Maple Leafs and the New Jersey Devils faced off, the red and black did the blue and white a solid favour and let Auston Matthews tear down his scoring wall. That was just about the only positive in the game, as the Leafs saw their 3-0 lead evaporate and turn into a shootout loss.

Tonight, they'll be looking for the full two points as they aim to jump into a playoff spot.

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Tournament in Review: How did Leafs prospects fare at the World Juniors?

Jess Pincente
January 06 2017 05:55AM

Well, folks, it's over. The 2017 IIHF World Junior Hockey Championship came to a close last night after the USA beat Canada in the shootout to claim the tournament's top spot. 2 Leafs prospects were awarded gold medals in Jeremy Bracco and Joseph Woll.  Carl Grundstrom and Team Sweden had a disappointing 4th place finish after a 2-1 loss to Russia in the bronze medal game, and Team Latvia, along with Martins Dzierkals, finished in 10th place. 


I've been pleasantly surprised by the Leafs prospects at this year's World Juniors. From Carl Grundstom's 5 game point streak to open the tournament, to Joseph Woll's incredible performance against Canada in the NYE classic game, to Jeremy Bracco's crazy offensive abilities, there has certainly been no lack of entertainment over the past 10 days. Though there have also been a few disappointments, the Leafs future seems secure in the hands of their up-and-coming prospects.

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