Mark Arcobello named AHL Player of the Week

Photo Credit: Christian Bonin/TSGPhoto.com The Toronto Marlies continued their utter domination of the American Hockey League this week, winning three consecutive games against Syracuse and Utica to bolster their near-0.800 record. At this point, domination has evolved from a surprise to an expectation. It’s always nice to see an individual have a stretch where they take…

Leafs looking to make difficult trades ahead of deadline

Embed from Getty Images It seems like we’ve been counting down to the Leafs’ purge of cheap veteran players since the days they were signed last summer. In a little over a month, we’ll finally see what they get to show for them. The most obvious names we’ve looked at all season are the pending free…


TLN Player Power Rankings: January 24th Edition

It’s Power Rankings Time! It’s time to look back on the week that was, see the Leafs put up a 1-1-1 record, and basically assess everyone based on their trade value except for the legitimate praise directed at Morgan Rielly and Jake Gardiner. It’s good to have traditions. This one is mine.


TLN Monday Mailbobby: January 25th

It me, Bobby Cappucino taking over the mailbag from Jeffler because TLN overlord Justin Fisher is tired of Jeff’s BS (bad stuff).  As such, I asked for questions on Twitter for the first ever #Mailbobby and here are the questions I got. There are some good ones and some bad ones, but I answer them…


Return of Connor Brown ignites blowout Marlies Victory

Photo Credit: Christian Bonin / TSGPhoto.com Connor Brown was just trying to do what was best for his team when he stood in the path of Brian Lashoff’s slapshot on October 30th. He wasn’t wrong, in the sense that he very well could have prevented a goal, but it was a decision that circumstantially took…