WWYDW: More Goals, Please

Justin Fisher
November 11 2015 12:44PM

Does the NHL have a scoring problem? Some people certainly seem to think so - enough that the topic came up for discussion at the NHL GMs meetings in Toronto this week.

Apparently, scoring has taken a bit of a dip and goaltenders are to blame. See, they're taller and wider than they once were; their equipment has gotten bigger and, my God, they're improving over time. It's practically soccer on ice out there. 

Ok, not really. But I'm sure some folks believe it's heading that way.

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LFR9 - Game 15 - Stick Flip - Tor 3, Dal 2

Steve Dangle
November 11 2015 12:22PM

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Put THAT on your jumbotron, Dallas!

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Leafs Postgame: Toronto Owns Texas Now

Justin Fisher
November 10 2015 10:00PM


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It's a good thing that the Toronto Maple Leafs aren't in the Western Conference because I don't think the Dallas Stars would sleep very easy. In fact, the Stars couldn't be any happier to not see the Leafs again this season, having dropped both of their games against the blue and white.

Put that into perspective, please. The Stars are tied for second in the league. The Leafs sit second last. Toronto is responsible for half of all Dallas losses this season while Dallas accounts for two of three of Toronto's wins. Toronto owns Dallas.

Anyways, Leafs win 3-2! Here's the rundown...

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The Steve Dangle Podcast - Nov 10, 2015 - Steroids Are Dope

Steve Dangle
November 10 2015 09:36PM


On this episode, Steve tells awkward HHOF stories, there is much Stamkos talk, Russia and steroids, the Marlies, and more.

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LGD: Leafs Travel to Texas

Cat Silverman
November 10 2015 01:25PM

Last season, I had the Stars as my sleeper playoff threat - so naturally Kari Lehtonen looked like a hot mess, the team's defense was forgettable and (at times) downright upsetting aside from John Klingberg, and Tyler Seguin, Val Nichushkin, and Patrik Nemeth all missed significant time. 

This year, I figured the swap of Johnny Oduya and Trevor Daley was too much of a lateral movement to have much of an impact. I figured they're remain a poor possession team, getting marginally better without Ryan Garbutt but continuing to need a ton of work. 

Instead, they're tearing it up. 

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