Jeff Veillette (Jeffler)
October 22 2014 11:37AM
Acknowledging the gravity of what has happened today in Ottawa, the National Hockey league has decided to postpone tonight's game between the Toronto Maple Leafs and the Ottawa Senators.
October 22 2014 08:33AM
The top competition; who plays against them? That’s been the
question that materialized after Zetterberg ran over the Leafs on the weekend.
The Leafs did better at controlling John Tavares on Tuesday night. While he did
score, it was on the powerplay and holding him to just 3 shots in the game is
somewhat of a victory.
Alas, if only there was a community of people who follow the Leafs religiously who could connect the dots and determine the best way of handling other teams top players.
October 21 2014 08:50PM
About 10 minutes into this game I thought it would be one of those nights for the boys in blue. The Leafs were completely out-chanced and out-played in every zone and every facet of play. It looked like a typical Leafs period. But hockey's a funny game. Things change quickly.
October 21 2014 04:51PM
On this podcast, former MLSE boss Richard Peddie joined us to discuss his time with MLSE, what he did, mistakes, regrets, and take our (and your) questions.
October 21 2014 11:22AM
Tonight we have a matchup between two teams who have long been basement dwellers in the league. One of the two teams has been drafting well and was finally ready to make significant moves to push for a playoff spot this season, the other is the Leafs.
We also get our first look at Nikolai Kulemin as the opposition tonight (unfortunately without his loveably crazy BFF), and we can assume he wants to remind Carlyle and Nonis that they shouldn’t have let him go.