LFR8 - Game 39 - Slash - Tor 1, Min 3

Steve Dangle
January 03 2015 12:49PM

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The refs are stupid. Phil Kessel is stupid. Everybody's stupid.

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LGD: Let the Bodies Hit the Floor

Shawn Reis
January 03 2015 09:00AM

The Leafs will look to end their recent slide against a team even more injured than they are.

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Leafs Postgame - Leafs Fall to Wild

Justin Fisher
January 02 2015 10:24PM

No Nazem Kadri, Joffrey Lupul or Peter Holland. That's not to make excuses for the Toronto Maple Leafs, who were defeated 3-1 this evening by the Minnesota Wild, but it certainly made things more difficult. Without them, the Leafs ran lines that played well enough but severely lacked an offensive spark.

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Canada Eats Danishes For Dinner

Bobby Cappuccino
January 02 2015 09:11PM


As a Canadian, knowing that your national hockey team has a quarter final game against a lowly team that has hot goaltending and a few offensive game breakers feels like an all too familiar story - the kind that can break your heart in a one-off elimination game. It doesn't matter how talented your team is.

And that was the vibe heading into tonight’s World Junior quarterfinal game. Sure, Denmark had only ever won one World Junior game - their previous one against Switzerland - but with George Sorensen in net, and two of the best offensive players in the tournament up front (Nikolaj Ehlers and Oliver Bjorkstrand), there was a sense of uneasiness.

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Leafs at the World Juniors: Jake Gardiner, 2010

Adam Laskaris
January 02 2015 06:05PM

While the American squad was eliminated today from this year's World Juniors with 3-2 loss to Russia, Jake Gardiner's time with the team at the World Juniors in 2010 had a far better outcome for his home country. 

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