Marlies Lose 5-2 to Hamilton

Jeff Veillette (Jeffler)
March 01 2014 04:05PM

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The Leafs/Habs rivalry is one of the biggest, longest lasting, and most important rivalries in all of professional sports. To remind us of this, the American Hockey League's schedule involves their affiliates facing each other twice in the preseason, twelve times in the regular season, and potentially a best of seven playoff series.

I know I complain about this every time. It's not even anybody's fault; this league relies on bus travel and it makes things easier. But it's still a bit annoying. Except when the big clubs are playing on the same night, then there's a certain cool factor involved. What isn't cool for the blue and white, however, is a loss, which they walked away with today.

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LFR7 - Game 61 - Rusty Buds - Tor 4, NYI 5 (OT)

Steve Dangle
February 28 2014 09:36PM

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Crappy way to follow up a gold medal, eh?

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TLN Roundtable: Deadline Dealin'

Justin Fisher
February 28 2014 05:35PM


In case you didn't know, the NHL Trade Deadline is this Wednesday, March 5th, and the Toronto Maple Leafs are not expected to do anything of significance. But that's because the dudes running the Toronto Maple Leafs are silly, and let me tell you, the TLN staff would do a much better job. Here's what we'd do come Wednesday: 

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The Rumour Mill - Part 1

Jeff Veillette (Jeffler)
February 28 2014 03:20PM


It's late February in an Olympic year, and you know what that means - the Trade Deadline has NOT passed yet, and we still have a little more than a week to run around pointing at guys while screaming "YOU DON'T UNDERSTAND, I WANT IT!".

This year, a couple of higher profile players have hit the market. Could the Leafs be interested in moves involving any of them? We'll go through a couple potential candidates bit by bit as we near the deadline. Today, lets go far over to the west coast.

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Hey Guys, Remember when Phil Kessel was 'Sluggish'?

Steven Tzemis
February 27 2014 08:38PM


I’m going to go on a bit of a rant here.

It wasn’t too long ago (this morning) that people were complaining about Phil Kessel. The Toronto Star published an article (yesterday) saying Kessel looked sluggish during practice Wednesday morning, often dropping to one knee and he was the first one to leave the ice, which is totally fine. Then people all around decided to go after Phil Kessel, saying his season was over. One sluggish practice, and he’s left out for dead.

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