April 13 2014 07:04PM
With the collapse completed, it's time for the playoffs, with or without the Leafs.
April 13 2014 05:50PM
A strong finish can make up for a weak start. I'm not sure if that metaphor better suits the third period of this game, or the weekend as a whole, but the Toronto Marlies pulled off a three goal rally over the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins to avoid being swept on this weekend roadtrip.
April 13 2014 04:19PM
On this episode, the guys do a Leafs autopsy, talk Smytty, Steve talks about a time where he almost got fired, and then bums everyone out. At the end - playoff picks!
April 12 2014 08:45PM
For the past eight weekends, making a trip to Ricoh Coliseum has been a part of my routine. After all, the Marlies have scheduled themselves to be at home for one or two games in all of those weekends. This time around, however? It's a road trip, their last of the season. It's fun for me; this afternoon, I got to go to the Exhibition grounds as a fan and catch a Toronto FC game (they lost). For the Marlies, however, it still meant hockey, but a few hundred kilometres away. The game was against the Syracuse Crunch, and it turned into a physical event and a 6-3 loss.
April 12 2014 08:10PM
This game is meaningless. Like, beyond meaningless. The Leafs have no shot at the playoffs, no shot at taking at a serious level, it's just a game for the sake of going out with their heads up high. Or at least, not ending with four straight losses for the first time in 29 years. We didn't even get to see that - the Leafs quiet departed the season with a 1-0 loss.