Kasperi Kapanen scores World Juniors Golden Goal for Finland

Jeff Veillette
January 05 2016 02:27PM

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While many of the Toronto Maple Leafs organization's prospects at the Wolrd Juniors had earlier or less fortunate exists than anticipated, Finnish forward Kasperi Kapanen had the best finale of the bunch, scoring the overtime winner in today's Gold Medal game.

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WJC Pregame: The Gold Medal Game

Tom Hunter
January 05 2016 09:32AM

When the World Juniors started on Boxing Day, many Canadians were hoping they would have to fake an illness this afternoon to get home to watch Canada's attempt at winning a second straight gold medal. We all know how the tournament went for the Canadian team but that doesn't mean the gold medal game this afternoon will be any less intriguing. The two most exciting teams in the tournament will meet in the finals and if they can beat Russia, Finland will become the second straight team to win the tournament on home ice. 

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TLN Monday Mailbag: January 4th

Jeff Veillette
January 04 2016 03:44PM

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New year, new Leafs! Actually, I'm pretty sure Mike Babcock and Co. would be okay with sticking iwth the present Leafs; outside of the first month of the season, the team is on a 103 point pace. The fact that they're still near the bottom of the standings shows you the danger of digging an early hole, but there's no doubt in my mind that they're okay with the play of the present.

While we wait to see if that continues, though, let's tackle some of your hot-topic questions from the past few days.

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Checking in with Maple Leafs prospects at the World Juniors

Tom Hunter
January 04 2016 02:00PM

Going into the 2016 World Junior Hockey Championship, Maple Leaf fans were filled with optimism as the future was set to be on display with both William Nylander and Mitch Marner representing their countries. Through the preliminary round, things haven't gone quite as planned. Marner and Team Canada were eliminated in the quarterfinals after a disappointing tournament while Nylander has missed all but one period after suffering a concussion from a blindside hit in the opener against Switzerland. After Swedish doctors spook optimistically about Nylander returning, Lou Lamoriello and the Leafs shut that idea down quickly putting an end to his tournament. The only bright side of the Nylander injury was that it opened the door for Leaf fans to focus on another Swede that just might be more than many expected.

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Just awaiting the next "Big" trade

Pengellyink
January 04 2016 01:12PM

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