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Jack Campbell, and the Leafs are very good at hockey

The Leafs defeat the Montreal Canadiens, again. William Nylander and Morgan Rielly with the goals that put Toronto over the top. You cannot forget about Jack Campbell who has a .951 save percentage after the first three games. That’s craziness. Two more wins until they can eliminate the Habs. Can they do it? It’s very…

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The Leafs and the playoffs, there’s nothing better

Well, the Leafs did it. They won game two for John Tavares. And guess what’s next — winning 15 more so they can do the thing. Auston Matthews with three points, William Nylander with a goal, Jason Spezza with a goal, Rasmus Sandin with his first-ever playoff goal, and Alexander Kerfoot with one too. I…

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All that matters is that John Tavares is okay

Let’s be honest — this game sucked. From right when John Tavares was stretchered off the ice, there was no want to watch this game. The only thing I was worried about was Tavares and his health. Period. In this video, I look back on game one, and hope that the Leafs captain is going to…

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Marlies and Me: The week of the standouts

The Toronto Marlies have played five games in the last seven days — not a small feat for any team. But they’ve made the most of it — winning three of those five games. As a team, the Marlies are playing some of their best hockey against the top team in their division. When I…

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Predicting how far the Leafs will go in the playoffs

So, the Leafs lost to the Winnipeg Jets on Friday night in a game that didn’t matter. Now we prepare for the Toronto and Montreal first round. I am excited. I am also nervous. In this video, I look forward predicting where the Leafs will go and how far they will make it. I did knock on…

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Who’s in the lineup for game one vs. Montreal?

The Leafs lost last night to the Ottawa Senators 4-3 in overtime. Frederik Andersen made his return to the lineup and was okay. Toronto didn’t really look too engaged from time to time. It was like they were trying to avoid getting injured, or something (they were). These games don’t matter at this point, and it showed…

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How far can the Leafs go in the playoffs?

The Leafs won another game last night and clinched the all-important North Division title. Their first division title since 2000. As the regular season approaches its end, there are still questions on who gets into the lineup in game one of the first round. I will leave it up to Sheldon Keefe since he is…

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Frederik Andersen makes 12 saves on 14 shots in Marlies debut

After being out since March 19th due to an injury, Frederik Andersen makes his return to the ice in a Toronto Marlies jersey. It was his first AHL game since January 12, 2014 with the Norfolk Admirals, which was the Anaheim Ducks AHL team at the time. The start for Andersen was a little tough….

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Frederik Andersen to go on conditioning stint with Marlies

The Toronto Marlies will be receiving another goaltender tomorrow afternoon in their game vs. the Manitoba Moose. Frederik Andersen will start an AHL conditioning loan starting tomorrow and should see action in half of tomorrow's Marlies game. — Chris Johnston (@reporterchris) May 5, 2021 Frederik Andersen hasn’t seen any game action in almost two months,…

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Leafs with three regulation losses in last 21 games

The Leafs are very, very good. And although they lost to the Montreal Canadiens in overtime, there are a ton of positives. One is Auston Matthews scoring another goal — his 39th of the season. Morgan Rielly had a goal as well. But what really stands out is the fact that Toronto only has three…

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Adam Brooks is having NHL stretch to remember with Leafs

The Toronto Maple Leafs are playing really, really well. Auston Matthews scored his 37th and 38th goal on Saturday night. Both Jason Spezza and Joe Thornton got points and extended their streak to five-straight games. Even Adam Brooks was going in this one — scoring his fourth goal in eight games this season. Another player…

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Marlies and Me: 12 games in 19 days before Toronto’s season ends

The Toronto Marlies are back. After a two-week hiatus due to AHL COVID-19 protocols, Toronto will play 12 games in the next 19 days. The team played their first game since April 10th on Saturday afternoon against the Belleville Senators losing 5-3. Prior to the game, there was some discussion on what Toronto should do…