January 31 2016 08:48PM
The NHL aren't the only hockey league with an All-Star game this weekend. The American Hockey League's festivities kicked off tonight, as representatives from the league's various teams got together in Syracuse, New York for a skills competition. William Nylander, Josh Leivo, TJ Brennan, and head coach Sheldon Keefe were all there representing the Toronto Marlies, and the players all took part in various events.
January 31 2016 05:56PM
Sneak peak at next year's game pic.twitter.com/Jcp6DD6HOE— The Tank Nation (@TLNdc) January 31, 2016
This year's NHL all-star game has been a lot of fun. PK Subban has continued to be the face that the league deserves but refuses to use, Jaromir Jagr has proven himself to be ageless, and John Scott has embarrassed the league by being completely and totally able to keep up despite the league's repeated attempts to keep him away from the event.
January 30 2016 08:05PM
Photo Credit: Christian Bonin/TSGPhoto.com
While all winning streaks are meant to be broken, this was the time where you would have least suspected it. After all, the Toronto Marlies' 36-8-2 came with a points percentage nearly double of the Binghamton Senators' 0.417. The Marlies were atop the AHL, while the Sens were at the bottom of the east. Despite all of this, some unfortunate defensive gaffes and a rough break in overtime delivered Toronto's first loss in a span of six games.
January 30 2016 01:30PM
We are t-minus 30 days until the NHL Trade Deadline, meaning we've got a tonne of trades and rumours to break down and debate just around the corner. I don't see any need to wait any longer, so let's kick TLN's deadline coverage off with a bang (and a lucrative contest)!
January 30 2016 10:25AM
We've known for a while now that the Toronto Maple Leafs would be revealing a new logo for the 2016-17 season, but we haven't seen anything official until now. Earlier today, the Leafs released a teaser video for the upcoming fifth episode of 'The Leaf: Blueprint', their in-house documentary on the rebuilding efforts under Brendan Shanahan, Lou Lamoriello and Co. In that video, we got our first glimpse of Toronto's new logo