Leafs Postgame - Two Fans Watch, Two Players Play

Jeff Veillette (Jeffler)
March 14 2015 10:42PM

Something I noticed tonight? Nobody was really watching this game. Looking through Twitter, I didn't see too many people breaking down every shift as usual. They were having nights out, they were watching Toronto FC (that red card was brutal), they were doing literally anything else they could but watch the Toronto Maple Leafs. Can you blame them?

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Nylander Remains Hot But Marlies Lose Again

Jeff Veillette (Jeffler)
March 14 2015 10:23PM

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These were two points that the Toronto Marlies couldn't afford to give up, but unfortunately for them, they did just that. The ground they gained against the Adirondack Flames last week? Gone as quickly as it came, courtesy of a 5-4 loss tonight.

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LFR8 - Game 70 - Effort - Tor 1, Van 4

Steve Dangle
March 14 2015 09:46PM

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At this point all I'm asking for is an effort. Some players gave one and some very did not.

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Don Cherry on Leafs' treatment of Kadri: 'The kid is not going to be here in 2 years'

Thomas Drance
March 14 2015 06:22PM

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(Courtesy: Hockey Night in Canada)

Iconic, bombastic hockey broadcaster Don Cherry loves Toronto Maple Leafs forward Nazem Kadri

Cherry has a bottomless well of affection for the embattled 24-year-old forward and on Saturday's edition of Coach's Corner he went to bat, once again, for his favourite Maple Leaf. 

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LGD - See You At The Roxy After?

Justin Fisher
March 14 2015 02:03PM

Ok, so here's the plan. We get this hockey game over with and then we all head to The Roxy. That's the place to be, man. It's where every visiting hockey team (and members of the home team, I'm sure) go after the game to unwind and drink and meet pretty ladies. It's like hockey player heaven, and they even hold parties and bring in the Stanley Cup! No, I mean, not when the Canucks win. They don't win anything. It only happens when a Vancouver-born player wins the Cup elsewhere and brings it home.

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