my column: december 15

Bobby Cappuccino
December 15 2014 08:02AM


Hey guys welcome to my column, the only column that is mine.

Lots to talk about right now so let’s do it. 

Nelson Mandela

I'm coming in hot on this one guys. Don’t even get me started on this story. I have never been so disappointed in an athlete - and of all the athletes, it had to be a Toronto Maple Leaf. I’m embarrassed.

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Leafs Prospect Update - December 14th, 2014

Justin Fisher
December 14 2014 09:01PM

Gauthier Produces at Team Canada Camp

While there's no guarantees that Gauthier will return for a second go-around with Team Canada later this month, he's had a good enough camp to survive the team's first round of roster cuts.

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Leafs Postgame: Leafs Overcome West Coast Ref Bias, win 4-3

Adam Laskaris
December 14 2014 06:46PM

On one hand, the Leafs are on a five-game winning streak and picked up a victory on the second half of a back-to-back against the defending Stanley Cup Champions. On the flip side, Toronto was utterly dominated for much of the night, and could consider themselves lucky to come out with a victory, especially after allowing Los Angeles to come back 2-0 deficit with three goals in exactly five minutes.

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Marlies Cap Off Weekend With Victory

Jeff Veillette
December 14 2014 04:25PM


I had a thought during the first period of today's Marlies/IceCaps game - on a teddy bear toss night, what happens if the opening goal is disallowed? Do they throw the bears back into the crowd and try again? Do they just go through with it anyway? It just seems like it would be an odd situation. That situation sort of happened today, but thankfully for our sanity, it was the road team who had their only chance at a goal waved off. Stuffed animals rained on the ice early, and the goals came easy for the Marlies, who took home a 4-0 victory to close the weekend.

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Leafs at the World Juniors: David Booth, 2004

Adam Laskaris
December 14 2014 02:21PM

David Booth hasn't seen a whole lot of action with the Maple Leafs this season, averaging around ten minutes of ice time per night in eight games so far this year.

But ten years ago (soon to be eleven), the nine-year NHL veteran suited up for the 2004 American World Junior squad, which culiminated in a historic gold medal victory in Helsinki. 

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