March 15 2016 08:48PM
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"It was 4-1" is a phrase that is engrained into the hearts of many Leafs fans, used to describe a game that took the peaks and valleys of the past decade and change and threw them into a blender. Steven Stamkos now has his 4-1 moment; an era-closing game, one that actually ended with that score, and one that could be his last against the Leafs in his career. This time, though, the Leafs were winners.
March 15 2016 08:18PM
On this episode, Jen Neale calls in to discuss the growing rivalry between the CWHL & NWHL, Steve has a bold Leafs take, playoff talk, and LOL Habs.
March 15 2016 04:33PM
We all knew that at some point, William Nylander would be making his return to the Toronto Marlies. From the sounds of it, though, that time is still a ways away, and will be to complete unfinished business more so than anything else. While Leafs management still haven't publicly announced whether or not their teenage phenom will play beyond his ninth game, Mike Babcock appears to be more than content with the idea of having him stick around.
March 15 2016 10:35AM
Tonight, the Tampa Bay Lightning come to Toronto looking for two points to jump over the Bruins back into first place in the Atlantic Division. While most of the team is focused on their playoff seeding, one prominent Lightning player will have something else on his mind. No one should fault Steven Stamkos is he's a little distracted tonight. After eight seasons in the NHL, Stamkos will be heading out onto the ice from the visitors dressing room for the final time, sitting on the bench on the West side of the Air Canada Centre one last time, day dreaming of July when he finally gets to put on his beloved Toronto Maple Leafs jersey.
March 14 2016 01:57PM
Hm... Leafs won... *sips tea*