Oh, the humanity!

Jim Lang
March 26 2014 12:43PM


The end of this Leafs season has taken on a real Hindenburg trying to land in Lakehurst, New Jersey feel to it.

Tuesday night the Leafs allowed a staggering 23 shots in the first period as they went on to lose 5-3 to the Blues. There’s no question the Blues are a very good team but that makes it six straight losses for the stumbling Leafs and the Leafs Nation is angry my friends. As if that wasn’t ugly enough all six losses have come in regulation time.

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LFR7 - Game 74 - Partition - St. L 5, Tor 3

Steve Dangle
March 25 2014 10:32PM

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No more playoffs for the Leafs? Welp. Time to lose my mind again!

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Leafs Postgame: Nothing Was The Same, Except Everything

Jeff Veillette (Jeffler)
March 25 2014 08:35PM


James Reimer has finally been cast off to a far away land, also known as the bench! The Leafs' prayers have been answered! The season has been saved!  After all, the team plays better when he's on the ice! 

Somebody get me an eighteen wheeler. The final score was 5-3 St. Louis, and it's a miracle that it was that close.

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Marlies School Amerks In Front Of Screaming Children

Jeff Veillette (Jeffler)
March 25 2014 03:36PM

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I hate waking up early. You see, I live on the internet in the year 2014, which means live hockey is a thing that is being discussed until at least 1AM. I'm brainstorming ideas, I'm trying to break my high score in Flappy Bird... I do a little bit of a lot, get very distracted, and getting to bed at 3AM is a job well done. So when the Marlies decide to play a game early enough to serve breakfast in the media room... it's a long day. Red Bull is consumed.  I can only imagine how it must be for the players.

With that said, it didn't look like the early morning threw them off much. Toronto and Rochester combined for 90 shots, and the Marlies won 2-1 in front of about 8000 school children.

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Leafs sign Eric Knodel

Steve Dangle
March 25 2014 02:14PM


The Toronto Maple Leafs have signed 2009 5th-round draft pick Eric Knodel to a one-year entry level contract. He will report to the Toronto Marlies immediately.

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