March 16 2015 11:15PM
Craig MacTavish watching the Leafs, probably.
Ughhhhhhhh, let's get this over with. The Edmonton Oilers beat the Toronto Maple Leafs by a score of 4-1 tonight, while Toronto handily won the Greatest Tank Battles game-within-the-game. The Leafs, much to the delight of Tank Nation, now sit 27th in the league. So, that's something, I guess?
March 16 2015 10:10PM
Nazem Kadri can't seem to avoid controversy. Or suspensions...
Playing in only his second game since being suspended by the Toronto Maple Leafs for three games last week, Kadri was penalized for a rule 48 violation when he caught Edmonton Oilers forward Matt Fraser with an elbow to the head, injuring the 24-year-old forward.
March 16 2015 09:03PM
I'm publishing this mailbag at this exact moment in time, because I know what you're all thinking. Before you admit it, I'll say it for you - literally anything that you could be doing right now other than watch this awful team get Harlem Globetrottered by the Edmonton Oilers. Seriously, this game should be pay-per-view, with the owners giving back to the ones watching. It's not, however, so your time is better invested reading this than watching the Leafs.
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March 16 2015 08:27PM
Photo Credit: Anne-Marie Sorvin/USA TODAY Sports
This lowly iteration of the Toronto Maple Leafs officially hit rock bottom in the first period of Monday night's game against the hapless Edmonton Oilers.
In the final game of a Western Canadian swing that has been nothing short of pathetic, the Maple Leafs were stomped by the NHL's second worst team in the first period. The perpetually rebuilding Oilers needed only eight minutes to score three goals on four shots and chase Jonathan Bernier. Shortly after James Reimer replaced Bernier, the Oilers made the score 4-0.
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March 16 2015 02:06PM
NHL general managers are in Florida this week for their annual March meetings to discuss all kinds of important things like 3-on-3 overtime and hockey in Vegas, but with that comes a good amount of media coverage and, of course, trade speculation.