November 11 2013 07:05PM
Frederick Gauthier - C - Rimouski (QMJHL)
November 11 2013 07:58AM
On the evening of December 24th, 1914, something redeeming happened along the Western Front in France and Belgium. Something sane, kind, good and human took over from the cruel madness that was emerging from the first few months of the Great War. On that night, rifles were put down and soldiers on opposite sides of a pitted field rose from their makeshift trenches filled with mud and earth and came together as comrades, offering each other gifts and friendship.
November 10 2013 03:39PM
Handsomest picture ever?
On this episode, the guys talk about the Leafs' last two games, the big Wiser's event, and Chris' "dream" girl.
November 10 2013 12:39PM
Dotcha love it when the Leafs play the Bruins?
The Leafs injuries are starting to show, and Paul Ranger is starting to remind me of a lost child in a mall.
November 09 2013 09:05PM
The second period may have been the best period the Toronto Maple Leafs have played this year. All that time in the zone, all of those delicious scoring chances in front, and it's a shot from the outside that winds up beating Tuukka Rask, the only goal of the night for Toronto.
For the Leafs Saturday night, it was all of their biggest problems rolled into one for most of it, unfortunately. The penalty kill, which has been bleeding goals against, gave up two. The offence dried up. They ran into a hot goaltender, and the Boston Bruins absolutely took it to Toronto physically. It seemed the national broadcaster had an iso-cam during the play on most of the Leafs on the bench. Phil Kessel, Dion Phaneuf, Nazem Kadri, Mason Raymond, Joffrey Lupul and David Clarkson all looked a little banged up at some point. The good news is everybody seems healthy, and Toronto gets out of a back-to-back with a split. That's the goal going into these things, and the Leafs accomplished just that.
But they did not accomplish to shake off the scary ghosts of last year's playoffs and skate away with a victory. They were in it, and it was a very entertaining game—a very physical game—and the Leafs hung in there blow for blow with the Eastern Conference champions until the very. 3-1 the final after a late empty-net goal.