January 20 2015 11:43AM
Another Leafs game, another jersey tossed onto the ice. At this point it's more regular than my morning bowel movements. The Leafs are beginning another late season collapse, they're on the verge of missing the playoffs for the 9th time in 10 years, and Leaf fans are more fed up than ever before.
January 20 2015 09:01AM
This morning the Leafs made a couple minor moves, sending down Sam Carrick and Troy Bodie to the Marlies, and recalling Josh Leivo and Stuart Percy.
Leafs recall Josh Leivo and Stuart Percy. Shaking things up a little for tomorrow's game.— James Mirtle (@mirtle) January 20, 2015
The decision to bring up a defenceman has raised some questions about Robidas and whether he'll be put on injured reserve. It was reported yesterday that the 37-year-old has been battling an injury for the past two months and would be sitting a few games to rest up.
Both call-ups have already seen eight games with the big club this season, Leivo notching a single point while Percy has tallied three.
The Leafs will be in Kanata to play the Senators tomorrow night.
January 19 2015 10:29PM
at least they scored at least they scored at least they scored at least they scored at least they scored
January 19 2015 08:36PM
They say that a picture is worth a thousand words, so I'm pretty sure Cody Franson just wrote my recap for me. I'm sure he's as frustrated as anybody; he's having his coming out party this year, and he's doing it on his childhood team. The issue? They're not reciprocating, and just had another competitive yet very disappointing performance, losing 4-1 to the Carolina Hurricanes.
January 19 2015 04:33PM
The Leafs have scored 1 goal in their last 4 games and are 1-5-0 since Peter Horachek took over for Randy Carlyle. They have played better under Horachek, but the results haven't been there. Toronto will look to change that tonight facing the lowly Carolina Hurricanes at Air Canada Center.