Dion Phaneuf drops first open-ice bomb of season on Brendan Guhle

Jeff Veillette
September 29 2015 06:52PM

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The Toronto Maple Leafs are losing 3-0 to the Buffalo Sabres after forty minutes, and that's not good. Jack Eichel scored a beautiful shorthanded goal, and that's terrifying to think about for the next decade and change. But you know what was good? Watching Dion Phaneuf take a run at somebody's proverbial life for the first time in 2015/16.

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The Leafs should look at acquiring the Schenn brothers

Ryan Fancey
September 29 2015 03:48PM

Alright, I feel like I have to start this thing off with "NOW HEAR ME OUT", and if you feel you need to stop reading right now, that's fine. But if you want to dust off that sweet, sweet Schenn jersey you haven't thought about in a while, then follow me into this twisted world of re-acquiring Luke to get his brother in blue and white.

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Leafs Ink Andrew Campbell To Two-Way Deal

Cat Silverman
September 29 2015 12:50PM


Just when you thought that the Toronto Maple Leafs releasing Mark Fraser meant that there wouldn't be any new adds to the blue line... 

The team went and added another random face in the form of AHL journeyman Andrew Campbell. 

Wait... who?

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LGD: Invading Frenemy Territory

Jeff Veillette
September 29 2015 11:18AM

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Leafs fans are known for making the trek across the border to invade First Niagara Centre during games against the Buffalo Sabres - so much so that many blue and gold season ticket holders almost even up by selling their Leafs games and going to the rest. 

But does the same thing happen in the pre-season? The price gap isn't there, after all. Maybe fans need an excuse to go to Target, now that all the Canadian locations are gone? Anyway, we'll see how many of the Toronto faithful are in the crowd tonight when the Leafs take on the Sabres.

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TLN Player Profiles: C Tyler Bozak

Jeff Veillette
September 29 2015 08:40AM

When Phil Kessel was traded to the Pittsburgh Penguins on July 1st, many thought that Tyler Bozak would be next to follow. Let's rephrase that actually; people were certain of it, seeing as they thought that he would be moved beforehand. But sure enough, we've reached the end of September, and Young Bozak is still a member of the team, looking to show that he can play away from the player who has been on the ice for all but fourteen of his career even-strength points.

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