Nation Network Hockey Pool: November 6th Edition

Jonathan Willis
November 06 2011 06:09PM

After the jump, this week’s Nation Network Hockey Pool standings.

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NATION RADIO - NOVEMBER 5, 2011

NationRadio
November 06 2011 11:57AM

Its a real Canadian edition of NationRadio this week with Prime Minister John A. Lowetide. The slow starting Vancouver Canucks, the Edmonton Oilers, the Calgary Flames and the Winnipeg Jets all get their moment addressing the assembly this week.

Its NationRadio.

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Three goalie controversies worth following

Cam Charron
November 06 2011 10:05AM

 

There has been a lot of talk in Vancouver recently about goaltenders and whether Roberto Luongo is the right guy to carry this team. But early in the season, this is a narrative that carries across many hockey markets, and, valid or not, the play of a goaltender is one that dominates headlines as the goalie is the most important player on the team. Here are three goalie controversies that bear slightly more weight than the Luongo/Cory Schneider discussions, and may have stronger repurcussions repercussions as well.

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Not As Bad As Columbus - Oh, Wait.

JP Nikota
November 05 2011 08:35PM

Let's hope that losing 6-2 a few weeks ago, and 7-0 tonight to the Boston Bruins prompts some kind of change in strategy from Wilson and his players going forward. Like, playing hockey, as opposed to not.

To be honest, the Leafs didn't play an awful first period. Yes, the penalty kill looked weak as Tyler Seguin scored his first of three (sigh), but the Leafs had a couple good chances, and wound up out-shooting the B's 7-5. A 1-0 deficit going into the second period obviously wasn't good, but after the Leafs' 6-2 loss the last time these two teams met, it was a lot more palatable.

The fact that the Leafs were able to stay off the PK for the rest of the game is about the best thing that could be said, tonight.

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Leafs Start Scrivens Again

Jonathan Willis
November 05 2011 12:58PM

Fresh off a Thursday night win over Columbus where he stopped 38 of 39 shots, Ben Scrivens will once again start for the Toronto Maple Leafs as they face the defending champion Bruins tonight.

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