September 26 2014 02:34PM
When we heard that the Toronto Maple Leafs were looking for Finnish forwards who spent last season in the Kontinental Hockey League, everyone assumed that Leo Komarov was the target. Technically, they weren't wrong, as he signed a four year deal in July. But as it turns out, he wasn't the only guy that the Leafs had set their sights on, signing Petri Kontiola to a one year, one way, make it or break it deal. But who is this mystery man? What can you expect from him?
September 26 2014 01:20PM
On this episode of the podcast, Adam and a particularly neurotic Steve talk to Jefler about commuting, hockey, society, and sanity.
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September 26 2014 08:05AM
September 25 2014 11:17PM
Hey! Long time, no talk. So I got a job...
September 25 2014 02:22PM
When Leo Komarov left the Leafs at the end of the 2012/13 season, I was upset. He was the type of player I loved watching the most, from an entertainment perspective. By that, I mean, he was a jerk and a half. But he was Toronto's jerk and a half. He was Toronto's friendly, weird talking creature from a far away land, who just happened to irritate anything that wasn't in blue and white. Leo Komarov was Toronto's Alf. But he left. But now he's back! Maybe not in pog form, but he's back.