February 04 2014 10:45AM
Tomorrow morning I'm going to take a bus down to Seattle to watch a friggin championship victory parade. I can say with absolute certainty that I would not have enjoyed the Superbowl victory as much as I would have had I not sat through some awful, awful years and monumentally heartbreaking losses (remember what Sean McIndoe said about "THOSE GAMES" last spring? The Seahawks exit against Atlanta to end their season a year ago was one of THOSE GAMES. He was completely right. I'm over Pete Carroll's confusing decision to play prevent defence against Matt Ryan with under a minute to go. I'm even over Matt Hasselbeck "we'll take the ball and we're going to score!" Right now, only the things between now and the next victory will count in the annals of crushing disappointment.)
Anyway, that's not really important to the game between the Maple Leafs and the Panthers tonight. I have a couple of notes about Dave Nonis' reported rant at his team and also a whack of statistics that don't matter.
February 04 2014 03:03AM
The Leafs are an unbelievable 9-1-1 in their last 11 games. That's pretty darn remarkable.
You might be asking yourself, as I asked myself, "When was the last time that happened?"
Well, I do know of a time when the Leafs went 9-1-2 in their final twelve games of the season. Let me take you on a journey back in time.
February 02 2014 02:28PM
On this episode, Steve and Chris are deathly ill so Adam tries to raise spirits by praising Phil Kessel and attacking Paul Ranger for no apparent reason.
February 02 2014 09:08AM
Kessel's hatty lifts the Leafs in a controversial one.
February 02 2014 08:46AM
Saturday night Phil Kessel put on a show that sent the Ottawa Senators home angry and the Leafs Nation home happy.
Kessel scored three goals and added an assist in the Leafs 6-3 win over the Sens. A game in which the Leafs trailed 2-0 in the second period.