March 16 2015 08:27PM
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This lowly iteration of the Toronto Maple Leafs officially hit rock bottom in the first period of Monday night's game against the hapless Edmonton Oilers.
In the final game of a Western Canadian swing that has been nothing short of pathetic, the Maple Leafs were stomped by the NHL's second worst team in the first period. The perpetually rebuilding Oilers needed only eight minutes to score three goals on four shots and chase Jonathan Bernier. Shortly after James Reimer replaced Bernier, the Oilers made the score 4-0.
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March 16 2015 02:06PM
NHL general managers are in Florida this week for their annual March meetings to discuss all kinds of important things like 3-on-3 overtime and hockey in Vegas, but with that comes a good amount of media coverage and, of course, trade speculation.
March 16 2015 11:00AM
The Lerfs and Oilers have been so bad for so long, the last time the two teams faced off in a season where both teams made the playoffs, Eric Brewer led the Oilers in ice time. March 10, 2003, to be exact.
Here's the box score from that game, if you're curious. The Lerfs won 3-2, with goals from Mats Sundin, Tomas Kaberle and Alexander Mogilny.
March 16 2015 09:12AM
Every week the Power Rankings seem to get a little harder.
Not so much the bottom of the list, but making a case for players at the top.
No one said blogging was easy and I just don’t have it my heart to tell the
good people of TLN that there will not be any power rankings this week, so here
we go once again with the planet’s definitive Leaf power rankings.
March 15 2015 01:45PM
American Hockey League games in National Hockey League buildings are always fun. The Toronto Marlies have had a couple of opportunities to do that this season, playing in the Canadian Tire Centre and Air Canada Centre against the Binghamton Senators. Today, however, they left the province to hit up one more rink, facing the Hamilton Bulldogs in Montreal's Bell Centre. To add icing on the cake, they came out victorious.