LFR9 - Game 18 - BOOernier - Tor 3, NYR 4

Steve Dangle
November 15 2015 10:20PM

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The Leafs let victory slip right through their five hole.

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Leafs Postgame: Tank back on track

Adam Laskaris
November 15 2015 08:34PM

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Well, after a three-game stretch where the Leafs did not really Leaf, the Leafs will decided that once again, they will Leaf. And oh, Leaf they did, giving up the winning goal in the final minute of regulation on a poor rebound play. In a somewhat promising game, a pair of glaring Jonathan Bernier errors spolied the Leafs' chances at picking up points, ultimately leaving a sour taste in the mouths of many in a 4-3 loss at Madison Square Garden to the Rangers.

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LFR9 - Game 17 - Miracle - Van 2, Tor 4

Steve Dangle
November 15 2015 01:02PM

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The Leafs win three straight, the Marlies win 9-8, and in the world of sports, anything is possible. What a night!

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LGD: Reim Time?

Shawn Reis
November 15 2015 11:33AM

Don't look now, but the Leafs are on a real roll.  They've picked up at least a point in six of their last seven games, and are currently riding a three-game win streak.  That will all be put to the test in a big way tonight though, as the Leafs head into Madison Square Garden to face the New York Rangers, a team that's won 8 in a row and sits #1 in the league standings.

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William Nylander briefly takes AHL scoring lead as Marlies and IceCaps combine for seventeen goals

Jeff Veillette
November 14 2015 08:39PM

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Over the past few weeks, everybody from journalists, to players, to Toronto's own Mike Babcock have had their say on the goal increase debate. Does the league need to, or is everything fine? If it's a necessity, should it be done through shrinking pads, or increasing the size of the nets? Is strategy the problem?

The Toronto Marlies and St. John's IceCaps heard everybody's arguments, and responded by having the AHL's third 17 goal game in the last 17 years. Leading the way was William Nylander, who was lights out in the closing stages to help Toronto pull off a four-goal comeback en route to a 9-8 victory. Here are the key stories from tonight's game.

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