LFR10 - Game 17 - Sorry, James - Fla 1, Tor 6

Steve Dangle
November 17 2016 11:09PM

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Oh, James. I'm so sorry, dude. Also WOW the Leafs look good, eh?!?

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LEAFS POSTGAME: Breezy Season Approaching

Ryan Hobart
November 17 2016 08:32PM

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The Florida Panthers were in town for the second time this season to play our Toronto Maple Leafs Leafs. Toronto won the first contest 3-2.

Seth Griffith returns to town after his short stint in Toronto. Here's a post I wrote the other day on him. A little bit of self promotion never hurt anyone right?

Here's how the game went:

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The Steve Dangle Podcast - Nov 17, 2016 - Fix You

Steve Dangle
November 17 2016 04:18PM

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On this episode, Steve screams about the potential lockout in a few years, the guys talk Leafs, try to help out the Canucks, and talk about guest houses.

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Are the Leafs going to move on from Enroth already?

Ryan Fancey
November 17 2016 11:41AM

There are two interesting albeit minor storylines worth following in this early portion of the Leafs' season. One is the presence of Brandon Prust, who's seen his involvement with the club grow from a PTO cut to someone who hangs around the team to a regular now at practices and morning skates. It's worth keeping an eye on, because Prust could potentially work his way into a one-year deal, and of course the arguments in Leafland to follow will have the heat turned way up.

But far more intriguing than the hanging-on of Prust is the somewhat under-reported inclusion of goaltender Karri Ramo into the Toronto fold.

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LGD: Return Of A Leafs Legend

Dom Luszczyszyn
November 17 2016 09:30AM

The Leafs welcome back a storied member of their past tonight at the Air Canada Centre, as Seth Griffith returns for his first game against his former team. There will be many spirited battles as life-long friends become on-ice foes, and it should be a hard fought affair. As is tradition among all former marginal Leafs, Griffith will score at least one goal tonight – perhaps more – but whether it'll be enough to beat Toronto is something we'll have to wait and see.

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