October 25 2014 11:52AM
Tonight, the Toronto Maple Leafs face the Boston Bruins, who for the majority of the past few years have been the bane of the team's existence. Be it through hindsight on trades, regular season scorn, playoff heartbreak, and everything in between, the Bruins have done nothing but be a gigantic piss off. To be fair, they're a piss off to the other twenty eight NHL teams and several others who haven't been granted relocation or expansion yet.
But today is a new day, and a new opportunity for the Leafs to defeat the super villains of the hockey universe.
Nation World HQ
October 25 2014 09:45AM
The Fantasy Minute is a quick run through the best Fantasy Hockey waiver adds, sleepers and buy low-sell high candidates for the week. (Based on 12 team leagues)
October 24 2014 08:22PM
Gather 'round, gather all, folks! For it is not just a Guys Night Out, nor is it just a Girls Night Out. It's both! No, but seriously - not to shill for a marketing team, but I appreciate that the Toronto Marlies made it both at once. It's just good inclusive marketing. Plus, you know, cheap beer, and hockey. It doesn't matter if the Marlies took on a team they still have ten more games against, and it doesn't matter if they lost that ga-.... okay, maybe it does. This wan't a particularly fantastic performance for the blue and white, who dropped the game by a score of 4-1.
October 24 2014 02:27PM
The Leafs are now 7 games into the 2014-15 and since Phil Kessel has been producing above a point per game pace, that means we need to shift the discussion to if the Leafs are getting enough secondary scoring.
The Question posed to the roundtable this week was...
"Should the Leafs shake up their top six? How will the lines look?"
October 24 2014 01:35PM
On this episode, the guys talk about how screwed the Bruins are, surprises, Noora Raty, and beginning in media.