SOCHI UPDATE: Bronze Dreams

Jeff Veillette (Jeffler)
February 21 2014 01:15PM


Looks like it's a best case scenario for the majority of Toronto Maple Leafs fans, who have local pride to blame for their commitment to the team. After days of encouraging Phil Kessel, James van Riemsdyk, and Nikolai Kulemin to play their best but stay out of the the way of Team Canada, the worries have been lifted as both red/white/blue teams have been eliminated, and Canada marches ahead to take on the Swedes on Sunday.

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BROZIE: We Got This

Jeff Veillette (Jeffler)
February 21 2014 08:29AM


Guest post by Tyler Brozak (@brozie42)

In about an hour and a half, Team Canada faces the United States in the Men's Hockey Semi Finals. A lot of people are scared about this game, because my linemates are tearing it up for the Americans. It's a good thing to see them succeed, because we're a few months away from them assisting on my 16 consecutive game winning goals to win the Stanley Cup, but today? Rest assured, they'll be of no problem. I've made five precautions to make sure this game is in the bag.

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The Steve Dangle Podcast - February 21, 2014 - Golden Girls and Mad Mike

Steve Dangle
February 21 2014 12:55AM


"Ah, what can you do, eh?"

On this episode, Steve is the worst Canadian, loves women, and hates Mike Milbury for no good reason.

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Talkin' About Practice

Jeff Veillette (Jeffler)
February 20 2014 08:35PM


Photo via @Michael_Peake

Amid the frenzy that is the Olympics, it's a little hard to remember that there are Leafs things still happening ahead of their return game on the 27th. For example, did you know they started practicing yesterday? Yes, while Kulemin, van Riemsdyk, and Kessel continued to chase a shiny circle on a ribbon, the rest of the team hit the ice at the Mastercard Centre and began to get themselves back into gear. Notably on that list? David Bolland, practicing on the third line with Mason Raymond and Troy Bodie.

Bolland has missed 45 games after a laceration to his left ankle on November 2nd, and has been able to take advantage of this Olympic break to rehab without technically missing any more time. He seems to feel confident that he'll be good to go soon, and be playing at full steam in no more than a couple of games.

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CFR - Canada BARELY beats Latvia

Steve Dangle
February 19 2014 11:38PM


So who's excited to take on the States???

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