The Steve Dangle Podcast - Jan 21, 2016 - Trouble Drouin

Steve Dangle
January 21 2016 10:32PM

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On this episode the guys discuss the Jonatjan Drouin saga, how Marc Bergevin is either a fired or a genius, NCAA rants, and more.

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Leafs Postgame: Lack of Action

Jeff Veillette
January 21 2016 09:04PM

The Carolina Hurricanes have quietly been one of the best teams in the National Hockey League this year. Yes, I'm aware that I said that about a 23rd place team, but they've struggled with some cold struggled with some cold sticks and absolutely dreadful goaltending. Cam Ward hasn't been good in half a decade, and Eddie Lack has been about as reliable a poorly assembled Ikea table that shares his name.

You wouldn't know it based on tonight, though, as he shut out the Toronto Maple Leafs in a 1-0 overtime snoozefest.

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The voices in James Reimer's head

Pengellyink
January 21 2016 04:12PM

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Leafs adding Keon, Horton and Broda to Legends Row

Justin Fisher
January 21 2016 12:36PM

To celebrate their centennial season, the Toronto Maple Leafs will be adding three new faces to Air Canada Centre's Legends Row.

Dave Keon, Tim Horton and Turk Broda statues will be unveiled next year, further cementing (no, bronzing?) their place as titans of Toronto hockey. They'll join Mats Sundin, Teeder Kennedy, George Armstrong, Syl Apps, Borje Salming and Johnny Bower on the Row.

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LGD: Oh Carolina

Jon Steitzer
January 21 2016 09:58AM

This is less about playing a game of hockey against the Carolina Hurricanes, and more about giving them a chance to scout James Reimer up close and personal to see if he can fit in with the Canes attempted playoff run.

With Cam Ward sidelined with concussion like symptoms, the Canes have gonna from having two struggling goaltenders to one who is playing terrible this season, in Eddie Lack. If there's a team out there that it makes sense to be all over landing Reimer tomorrow, it's the Canes, especially with Toronto's ability to take Cam Ward's salary off their hands. It's worth noting that the Canes have a second first round pick this year too (L.A.). 

So basically what I'm saying is, hope that Reimer has the game of his life and Lou Lamoriello watches the game while sitting beside Ron Francis tonight.

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