Danny's Must See Games of the 2011-2012 Season

Danny Gray
September 29 2011 12:20PM

With real hockey just days away, I thought I’d share with you all the games I’m most looking forward to watching this season. Mark your calendars accordingly.

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Jason Gregor
September 29 2011 11:08AM



 Eleven has been my favourite number since I can remember. I had short affairs with some higher ups like 17, 19 and 23, but 11 has always been the number that made me feel the most confident. It is strange how a lucky number can impact our psyche or our minds, yet today on the 11th anniversary of my father’s passing I have an eerie mixture of confidence and yearning.

 Eleven years ago today, my father, William Arthur Gregor, passed away at the young age of 56. Dad had a massive heart attack in his car at a red light in Sherwood Park. He had quit smoking a few years earlier, wasn’t a heavy drinker or overweight, but sadly it was his time.


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Injuries, concerns and armchair solutions

Cam Charron
September 29 2011 08:09AM

Editor's Note: Here's a smoking gun if you ever needed one. Good Lord, Shanahan blew it.

Mikhail Grabovski took a hit from Chris Neil last night that looked like it may have resulted in a head injury, and now today Tim Connolly and Nazem Kadri each missed practice Wednesday due to respective "upper-body" and "lower-body" boo boos.

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Tim Connolly, Special Teams Ace

Jonathan Willis
September 28 2011 04:12PM

The Toronto Maple Leafs’ special teams the last few seasons have not been very good. The power play has, at best, managed to be an average unit, while the penalty kill is consistently one of the worst in the NHL. The addition of Tim Connolly should help in both areas.

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No suspension for Neil: The Honeymoon is over

Danny Gray
September 28 2011 03:00PM


This pre-season the Maple Leafs have seen the best, and the worst of Brendan Shanahan's tending of the NHL's Wheel of Justice.

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