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LEAFS POSTGAME: BRUINS OUT OF PLAYOFF PICTURE (FOR NOW)

Embed from Getty Images It’s that time of year when the Leafs have nothing to lose, and all the teams they are playing have everything to lose. It couldn’t have been truer Saturday, as Detroit’s playoff hopes are entirely in their own hands for the rest of the season.

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LGD: Playing Spoiler

Embed from Getty Images This is one of those games where you desperately want the Toronto Maple Leafs to lose, being tied for dead last in the NHL standings but also only four small points away behind the 25th-place Vancouver Canucks. This late in the season, it’s no longer about ‘auditioning for a job’ or ‘playing with…

Michalek Out For Season, Gauthier Recalled

Embed from Getty Images The fancy footwork that is the Leafs’ recent roster moves continued this morning following news that Milan Michalek will miss the five remaining games in the regular season with a knee injury. 

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Kaskisuo makes AHL debut in Marlies victory

The Toronto Marlies wasted no time getting college signing Kasimir Kaskisuo into the lineup, playing him tonight against the Syracuse Crunch in their opening game of the weekend. They also wasted no time extending their lead in the standings, getting their new goaltender his first professional win in a 4-3 result.

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TLN Report Card: April 1, 2016

You fine folks have been doing a wonderful job of giving your Toronto Maple Leafs big thumbs up (and down) since we rolled out the TLN Report Card, but I want to make sure you’re all healthy and practice safe thumb judgement. Here’s a quick exercise for your fingers – gimme three sets of ten before…

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The Roundup

Leafs are the right fit for Jimmy Vesey, the Canucks are bad and there is more than one way to tank, Wings honor Mr. Hockey, who will the Flames be moving this summer, Yakupov requests trade, his agent speaks, how good is Auston Mathews, the trade deadline a month later, daily fantasy and more in this week’s Roundup…

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NHL penalizes Maple Leafs for abuse of Long Term Injured Reserve

Photo Credit: Charles LeClaire/USA TODAY SPORTS The Toronto Maple Leafs have been fined $3 million and will forfeit an important draft pick as punishment for circumventing the salary cap and Collective Bargaining Agreement by placing Stephane Robidas on Long-Term Injured Reserve, the league will announce on Friday morning.

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Leafs Postgame: No Wins on the Buffaroad

Embed from Getty Images As mentioned about eight hundred times on the broadcast, the Leafs have trouble playing at First Niagara Center. Their record at the arena heading into tonight was 1-16-1 since February 4th, 2009. It’s a shame that the Leafs are seemingly incapable of playing well in front of their away fans, who…