LFR9 - Game 3 - Stuffing - Ott 5, Tor 4 (SO)

Steve Dangle
October 11 2015 01:00PM

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I'm so mad. I'm so relieved. I'm so thankful. I'm such a hot mess, right now. Happy Canadian Thanksgiving!

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This Week in #Content: October 11, 2015

Justin Fisher
October 11 2015 09:43AM


The season is under way and the Toronto Maple Leafs have jumped out to an amazing lead for last place in the NHL. Don't worry, though - your boys in blue might be losing at hockey, but TLN is winning at #content. Look at all the cool stuff we posted this week...

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Leafs Postgame: Senators Down Leafs in Shootout

Justin Fisher
October 10 2015 09:10PM

I can't imagine Mike Babcock envisioned losing his first three games behind the Leafs' bench, but this is likely what he meant by "there will be pain". Despite seeing Toronto's offence come on for the first time this season, a four-goal outburst wouldn't be enough to get by the Ottawa Senators, losing 5-4 in the shootout.

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Jimmy Vesey, Family Ties, and the Toronto Maple Leafs

Justin Fisher
October 10 2015 07:30PM

On this evening's Saturday Headlines segment during the Hockey Night in Canada broadcast, Damien Cox and Elliotte Friedman gave us a quick update on college standout Jimmy Vesey and his potential pending free agency. 

Could Toronto already have an inside track? Read past the jump for the full details...

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LGD: Battle Of Fairly Averages

Adam Laskaris
October 10 2015 03:04PM

On Saturday night, the very defeated Leafs take on the undefeated Ottawa Senators. With just one goal for and seven against in their first two games, the Leafs look, to start the year, about as expected, honestly. Playing three games in four nights is almost never favourable, and for the 0-2 Leafs, it could present some difficulties.

Unless, of course, you've already written off the season, in which case, the schedule plays a hand in the early start of Tank Nation: 2016 Edition. 

In any case, Ottawa comes in with a 1-0 record with a victory over Jack Eichel's Sabres, the only loss of his career to date. 

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