December 10 2013 09:22PM
On this episode, Chris and Steve get into a sleep-deprived fight while Adam plays ish-disturber. And hockey probably.
December 10 2013 10:23AM
The Leafs are playing two of the NHL's top seven teams over the next three games, and Dion Phaneuf will not play in two of them.
December 09 2013 05:10PM
Brace yourselves. Deathcember is coming.
December 09 2013 11:20AM
The big news, I guess, is that Dion Phaneuf is facing a hearing for his hit on Kevan Miller at the conclusion of the Sunday game against Boston. While the Leafs were lucky enough that Nazem Kadri was suspended for a series of games that included Buffalo twice and the New York Islanders, the Maple Leafs can ill-afford to play Los Angeles and St. Louis without their top defenceman. So this could get interesting.
Onto other things:
I wasn't able to watch most of the Saturday game with sound, but I heard CBC's David Amber set up the game when the teams were skating onto the ice. He mentioned that the Ottawa Senators had been shorthanded more than any team in hockey. That can't be disputed, but it should be worth pointing out that the Senators (as of Monday morning) are fourth in the league in powerplay opportunities while the Toronto Maple Leafs are 28th.
December 08 2013 08:05PM
The Leafs began the toughest stretch of what many are calling "Deathcember" with a rare Sunday tilt in Toronto against the Bruins tonight. With their next games against the Kings, Blues, Hawks and Penguins, two points against Boston would be big, especially since the Bruins are a team the Leafs played fairly well against in their first meeting this season.