The Steve Dangle Podcast - Holiday Best-Of - Everybody Hurts

Steve Dangle
December 27 2015 11:27AM

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It's a holiday best-of episode of the Steve Dangle Podcast!

Today on the show, it's our crowd-sourced Best of, featuring, "are you here to see me?," synchronized swimming issues, children's TV Shows, and more!

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Life goes on without Nylander, Kapanen as Marlies win over IceCaps

Jeff Veillette
December 26 2015 03:58PM

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Having two teenagers on your AHL roster is a rare occurrence. Having them both be core players is rarer, having one become the best player in the league while staying there is even rarer, and losing them both to the World Juniors? Well, that's not typically a thing that happens. Then again, most of the Toronto Marlies' season is out-of-the-ordinary, and while William Nylander and Kasperi Kapanen hang out in Helsinki, the rest of the roster has five games to play before their tournament is done. From the looks of it, though, the remaining group is more than capable of handling the pressure, as shown by a 5-2 win over the St. John's IceCaps tonight.

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Bibeau, Clune returned to Marlies in apparent return of Reimer

Adam Laskaris
December 26 2015 12:08PM

The Leafs announced earlier today that they've sent a pair of players down back to their AHL affiliate Marlies- Antoine Bibeau and Rich Clune.

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WJC Canada Pregame: Marner, Dermott to make World Junior Debut Against Rival Americans

Adam Laskaris
December 26 2015 10:20AM


Moving away from the traditional New Years Eve matchup, Canada takes on rival USA in the first game of their 2016 World Junior campaign.

Making their debut for Canada today are Leafs prospects Mitch Marner and Travis Dermott. Behind the bench  for the American side is another familiar face for Toronto fans, in former coach Ron Wilson.

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Dmytro Timashov named player of the game in Sweden's WJC debut

Jeff Veillette
December 26 2015 10:13AM


Though the main story in Toronto after Sweden's first game at the World Juniors is the status of William Nylander, who took a blindside hit to the head in the first period and didn't return, he wasn't the only Leafs prospect on the ice this morning. Dmytro Timashov, who lined up with the Nylander brothers on Sweden's top line, stole the show with two goals and an assist.

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