November 01 2013 01:54PM
Two games for Carter Ashton for the above hit on Derek Smith, which isn't a suspension that should surprise anybody. Whatever your affiliation, it's clear that Ashton is guilty of a fantastically dangerous hit and deserved supplemental discipline. Since the Maple Leafs have a week between games after tomorrow night's in Vancouver, Ashton won't be eligible to play until next Saturday in Boston.
October 31 2013 09:23PM
If this picture doesn't get you to listen the podcast, then folks, I'm out of ideas.
On this episode, the
Kardashians guys talk about them hot-ass Leafs, the Vanek trade, and Adam gets pretty much naked.
October 31 2013 04:00PM
The Leafs rule Alberta!
Here's why I don't care about getting outshot as long as the Leafs win.
Jeff Veillette (Jeffler)
October 30 2013 10:49PM
HEY DID YOU KNOW THAT THING ABOUT THE C'S? Yes, the Toronto Maple Leafs had lost four games this year, going into tonight's game. Yes, their losses came against Carolina, Chicago, Colorado, and Columbus, whose city names all start with the letter C. Yes, Calgary also starts with that letter, and no, the Illuminati isn't out to get you. More important than alphabetical curses tonight was the chance to take a four point lead on the Atlantic Division. This was a night where exorcism and lead extension were in play, however, and the Leafs extended their Western Canada road trip record to 2-0-0 going into the conclusion.
October 30 2013 02:13PM
After a fine performance against the Oilers a night ago and leaving the city in ruins, the Toronto Maple Leafs head south for a Wednesday night showdown against the Calgary Flames, a rough-and-tumble, quick, exciting team that launched out of the gate and defied preseason expectations. They've risen all the way to 5-4-2 after a lovely start and are 6th place in the Pacific Division.
Okay, maybe their start was a little less hot than it seemed. The Flames were forced into keeping Sean Monahan, the sixth overall pick from last June who was producing when the team had to make a decision on whether to keep him around. There's some twisted voodoo going on in Calgary—between 2010 and 2012 the team finished with 90, 94, and 90 points and failed to make the playoffs each season. They were the poster boy team for winning not enough games to make the playoffs, but too many good games to land a decent draft pick.
So far this season, the Flames are on pace for 89 points.