The Steve Dangle Podcast - Apr 1, 2015 - Adam Has An Announcement

Steve Dangle
April 02 2015 06:26AM

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On today's episode, goalie bodies, the sandwich debate, and Adam, uh, has a thing.

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Leafs Postgame: There Are No Winners

Jeff Veillette
April 01 2015 08:09PM


I can just picture it now. The day is January 1st, 2017.  The Toronto Maple Leafs are taking on the Buffalo Sabres in the Winter Classic, hosted at the recently renamed and partially renovated Rogers Skydome. Morgan Rielly fires a stretch pass out to Connor McDavid. McDavid pulls a spin-o-rama to get past Jack Eichel, and fires a shot top shelf. Two minutes left in 3-on-3 overtime. Hat trick.

The crowd goes wild. The Leafs improve to 1-36-0. Until then, we're stuck with these two god-awful teams, delivering realistic forms of disappointment to the masses.

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Marlies Fall 2-1 to Chicago

Jeff Veillette
April 01 2015 07:43PM


Heading into downtown Toronto during rush hour is practically a suicide mission. Everything is so crowded, and you find yourself in a panic, over-thinking every step you make in an attempt to get just a little closer to your destination. As much as that’s a description of my commute to Ricoh Coliseum, it could also be applied to the Toronto Marlies’ playoff push. Tonight, they attempted to further push into the crowd, taking on the Chicago Wolves. However, as the 2-1 result would indicate, it didn't work out.

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LFR8 - Game 77 - Shocked - TB 1, Tor 3

Steve Dangle
April 01 2015 02:22PM

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YAY! THE LEAFS WON! Uh oh. The Leafs won...

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McKenzie: 'Leafs will take the best player available' at the 2015 NHL Entry Draft

Thomas Drance
April 01 2015 02:00PM

Diehard Toronto Maple Leafs fans - those unfortunate, sad souls - have been waiting for the club to procure a bona fide, big bodied, first-line centre ever since Mats Sundin left town nearly a decade ago.

Though dreams of landing Connor McDavid continue to dance in the heads of Leafs fans (and surely Maple Leafs management as well), McDavid's Erie Otters teammate Dylan Strome could fit the bill. The six-foot-three centreman, one of the safest picks in recent history based on his tantalizing combination of size and production, might also be available in the likely event that the Maple Leafs do not win the NHL draft lottery and end up selecting fourth. 

Will the Leafs look to take Strome based on his size and position? TSN's Bob McKenzie isn't necessarily convinced.

Let's wade into it after the jump.

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