December 03 2015 01:48PM
Looking to bounce back from an embarrassing defeat in Winnipeg just last night, the Toronto Maple Leafs travel to St. Paul, Minnesota for a date with the dumbest-named team in the NHL. Most teams are named after something with historical importance, or at least after a feared alpha predator.
But the Wild? "Hello, and welcome to Minnesota. There is literally nothing here."
Still, that doesn't take away from the fact that this team is half-decent. And that means they're better than the Leafs (most are), so if you're still licking your Jets-inflicted wounds, you may want to prepare yourself for another upset.
December 03 2015 09:57AM
Garret Sparks is piling up accolades like the Winnipeg Jets pile up goals.
But seriously, there are two very big pieces of news here, so let's break it all down...
December 03 2015 09:02AM
December 03 2015 07:00AM
Most people look back as the Carlylera (that's "Carlyle era" conveniently shortened to make it more efficient) as a negative. "The team played in an unsustainable way", people say. And sure, that's probably true (although we'll never know, as Carlyle's time was unfortunately cut short). But there is something the Carlylera was good for: entertainment. The same can't be said for the Mikera (short for "Mike Babcock era") thus far.
And this isn't just my opinion. There is data to back it up.
December 02 2015 09:24PM
Photo Credit: Bruce Fedyk/USA TODAY Sports
After the well-structured, happy go lucky game that the Leafs had against the Edmonton Oilers, some of you may have thought that the good vibes would keep going for more than a few minutes.
Those of you who did are probably new here. This was a game to the fans to forget, and the staff to remember. An absolute trainwreck of an outing from the Leafs, and one that ends in a 6-1 loss.