October 20 2011 11:28AM
Our Leafs played arguably their most exciting game of the season last night. After looking all but dead for most of the second period they came out flying in the third and scored two PP goals to tie the game and send it into overtime. Lupul, Frattin, and Reimer locked down the two points in the shootout.
Pension Plan Puppets
October 20 2011 06:28AM
As @Archizuber once said "All Kessel does is score."
The biggest knock against Kessel - out of the unending litany of knocks (real and imagined) - is that Kessel is not an elite player. Or maybe it's that he's not clutch. Well, maybe he is clutch. What we do know for a fact is that Phil Kessel is currently playing on an elevated plane. Did he take another step in his development? Is he benefitting from the percentages? Who knows. All I care is that he once again dragged the Leafs kicking and screaming to another two points.
October 19 2011 01:02PM
Sorry this re-cap was a little late in coming, it's not as fun writing about the games we lose.
October 19 2011 12:34PM
The last time our Toronto Maple Leafs faced an NHL calling Winnipeg home was March 13, 1996
October 18 2011 12:40PM
Every so often “people” (members of the media, sticks-in-the-mud) tell “us” (the fans) how to cheer for our favourite team. As there is no cheering in the press-box, referring to the team in the first person is obviously verboten. It’s hard to see this particular complaint as something other than another salvo in the ever enduring war between the MSM, the Blogosphere, and fans in general. The latest shot came in the form of a Grantland article by Chris Jones. He believes it’s silly that fans refer to their team as “we” and wants you to know you’re wrong to do so. Here are some thoughts on why fans say “we”and my own experience with that troublesome pronoun.