Leafs Postgame: More like the Penglosses

Today was a huge day in Toronto Maple Leafs history as Trevor Moore was called up. Also the Leafs strolled into Pittsburgh and shut out one of the best teams in the league sans Auston Matthews and William Nylander. 1st Period The Leafs were in control of this game from the beginning. They came out…


LGD: The Leafs Visit Steel City

There is no reason for all Leafs fans to continue to freak out about losing two in a row the way the Leafs did – but then again, this game is probably the most important game of the season so far.


Leafs Recall Trevor Moore

The Toronto Maple Leafs announced late Thursday evening that the club had recalled forward Trevor Moore from the Toronto Marlies (AHL). To those that have observed the Marlies this season and throughout last years Calder-Cup Championship season, it’s no surprise that Moore has been recalled in wake of Auston Matthews’ injury. The Swiss Army Knife…


Beyond Home and Away: Fixing The NHL’s Jerseys

Last season, the NBA continued to do what the NBA has been doing best: daring to be an innovative and forward-thinking league. The NBA radically rethought the traditional light and dark home and away uniforms, instead opting to allow for the home team to select which jerseys they would wear on a nightly basis. The…


Leafs Postgame: Star Wars

Tonight the Leafs hosted the Dallas Stars for this Thursday night hockey game. This was the 10x centennial game, or kilogame, for Ron Hainsey (his 1000th) in the league, and the Leafs correctly started the night off with a video tribute to his long and successful career. The Leafs continued to try to live life…


Statistically, the D is Ass

Barely any of the season has been played, but we’ve probably seen enough of it to be very worried about the Leafs defense. In fact, I’ll go so far to say that pretty much all worries about the Leafs defense have rightfully been carried over from last season and supported by at least another decade…


Why did hockey reporters waste so many years not learning about hockey?

It’s no secret that something that’s plagued hockey coverage for so long is its dull and dreary tone, something the gatekeepers of the profession to this point were glad to uphold. For so many years the extent of reporting on this game has been limited to about three main areas: Lame quotes about drive and…


LGD: A Holl New World

After a terrible loss in their first Auston-less game this season, the Leafs are looking to put that behind them and come to play at home against the Dallas Stars tonight.