November 12 2014 09:23PM
Coming into tonight's game all the talk was about the last time the Boston Bruins visited Toronto. It was October 25th, and the Bruins dominated the Leafs en route to a 4-1 victory. Well, the Leafs were looking for some payback and they certainly got it tonight, throttling their long-time rivals for a big 6-1 win.
November 12 2014 12:16PM
The Leafs face the Bruins tonight at home and for some reason the game starts at 8pm. You've been warned, so find something else to do between 7 and 8. Spend time with your girlfriend or your dog, maybe watch some Brooklyn Nine-Nine re-runs, I don't know.
Seriously, why is the game at 8? Who thought that was a good idea?
November 12 2014 08:00AM
Unless you've been in hiding for the past week you've probably been subjected to the Too Many Cooks video by Adult Swim which lampoons 80s sitcoms. If you have been in hiding, I envy you. Nonetheless, we've been given the short window of opportunity to milk this cultural phenomenon for easy web traffic and that's what we're going to do. Unless you'd really like to see a BozFeed on Leafs paired with Gangam Style reaction Youtube videos, then let me know in the comments. If that's not the case, here are 16 Too Many Cooks cast members recast with Toronto Maple Leafs.
November 11 2014 03:03PM
On today's episode of the podcast, we talk about the origins of Uncle Leo, Cory Schneider, Seth Griffiths, and more.
November 11 2014 01:45PM
We're 15 games into the season and we're starting to get a clearer picture of what kind of team the Leafs are. They sit in the final playoff spot in the Eastern Conference and have a record of 8-5-2. They have a Corsi of 47.52%. Guys like Phil Kessel and Leo Komarov have been awesome, while others like Stephane Robidas have not. For this article, I wanted to take a closer look at one small part of this Leafs team: how Randy Carlyle and the coaching staff are utilizing the players.