Revenge of Revenge of the Nerds: A Comic

Ryan Pike
December 01 2014 08:15AM


Folks, we have something new for you this morning.

Ryan Lambert, who you all know, and Matt Lubchanksy (@lubchansky) have collaborated on a comic that we hope you enjoy. Check it out after the jump and let us know if you like it in the comments. We may have more in store for you in the future!

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Leafs Prospect Update - November 30, 2014

Justin Fisher
November 30 2014 08:05PM

Verhaeghe Is Good At Hockey Again!

ICYMI, Carter Verhaeghe hasn't produced nearly as much offence as he probably should be so far this season. There's two probable reasons for this really; the Niagara Ice Dogs have been pretty bad at winning hockey games this year, and Verhaeghe is playing without his 2013-2014 linemate Brendan Perlini (who hasn't played yet this year because of a broken hand).

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Marlies Freefall Continues With 9th Consecutive Loss

Jeff Veillette
November 30 2014 06:15PM


If all good things must come to an end, surely the bad ones will have the same fate as well. The Toronto Marlies certainly came into today hoping that would be the case, entering the game in the midst of their longest losing streak in team history. Unfortunately for them, the end is till a ways away, as the Lake Erie Monsters handed them a 4-1 defeat in front of the fans at Ricoh Coliseum.

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LFR8 - Game 23 - Power - Wsh 2, Tor 6

Steve Dangle
November 30 2014 03:14PM

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The Leafs won and someone punched a ref. All in all a good night.

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What's Wrong With Jake Gardiner? (And How to Fix it)

Adam Laskaris
November 30 2014 03:02PM

If you ask most followers of the team, they'd tell you Leafs defenceman Jake Gardiner hasn’t had the best start to the 2014-15 season. Fresh off of signing a contract extension that will see him earn $4.05 million cap hit for the next five seasons, the pressure is definitely on Gardiner to prove his worth.

Yet despite being perceived as “young”, it’s easy to forget that Gardiner’s already in his fourth year in the league. At age 24, there’s still likely room to grow, but Gardiner’s ceiling and his prime is getting closer and closer to being reached.

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