Marlies fall to Penguins in shootout

Jeff Veillette (Jeffler)
March 09 2014 04:27PM

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Not to be outdone by the Leafs' tradition of honoring teams that won so long ago that they're irrelevant to the organization today, the Toronto Marlies made a point to honour the 1960 Memorial Cup winning Toronto Marlboros. Despite the team playing at a completely different level, not to mention 54 years ago, it was still a pretty cool pre-game ceremony. Plus, we got to see a ceremonial faceoff involving two of the best jerseys outside of the NHL, which is always nice.

Also, hockey! Yes, it was a game of shots and not punches, but one that Wilkes-Barre/Scranton managed to get a little bit more out of, edging the Marlies by a score of 4-3 in the shootout.

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Leafs Prospect Update: The Hockey News Hates Us

Justin Fisher
March 09 2014 11:43AM


The “Future Watch” edition of The Hockey News has been released, and the Toronto Maple Leafs’ prospect pool ranks 29th out of 30 NHL teams - ahead of only the New York Rangers.

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Crunching Numbers

Jim Lang
March 09 2014 07:26AM


While the Leafs made that far more difficult and stressful then they needed it to be, their over-time win over the Flyers Saturday night accomplished three things. 

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LFR7 - Game 65 - Pretty Fly (Blue and White Guy) - Phi 3, Tor 4 (OT)

Steve Dangle
March 09 2014 06:12AM

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The cardiac Leafs are having an impact on my heart and uterus.

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Leafs Postgame - Lupul Wins it in OT, Flyers Fans Cry

Steven Tzemis
March 08 2014 08:38PM


Every time the Leafs and Flyers meet, a few things come to mind. One, the whole Luke Schenn/James van Riemsdyk dynamic (Schenn was a minus-1 . . . sucker). Two, fights. With David Clarkson injuring himself in Friday’s practice, Frazer McLaren found himself back in the lineup, which meant a physical game against the Broadstreet Bullies was inevitable.

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