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Ekman-Larsson Scores vs Maple Leafs From Far Blue Line

Arizona Coyotes defenseman Oliver Ekman-Larsson caught Toronto Maple Leafs goaltender Jonathan Bernier napping at the start of the third period Thursday. Ekman-Larsson fired a shot from Arizona’s blue line that somehow fooled Bernier, tying the game five seconds into the third. The nature of the goal brought back painful memories of Vesa Toskala for Toronto fans. The Coyotes...
Via The Sideline
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Video: Coyotes score a shortie from center ice

Put the puck on net and good things happen. It turns out that motto is especially true when you’re about to kill a penalty and you’re facing the Toronto Maple Leafs. It really doesn’t get much easier than this. Shorty of the year, bar none. — NHL (@NHL) January 30, 2015 The post Video: Coyotes score a shortie from center ice appeared first on Puck Drunk Love.
Via Puck Drunk Love
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Video: Coyotes score a short-handed goal from center ice

Put the puck on net and good things happen. It turns out that motto is especially true when you’re about to kill a penalty and you’re facing the Toronto Maple Leafs. It really doesn’t get much easier than this. Shorty of the year, bar none. — NHL (@NHL) January 30, 2015 The post Video: Coyotes score a short-handed goal from center ice appeared first...
Via Bloguin Best
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Oliver Ekman-Larsson Scores From His Own Blue Line Against Maple Leafs

This probably isn’t how the Maple Leafs envisioned starting their third period – on the power play, nonetheless – against the Arizona Coyotes on Thursday night, but that’s just the way the cookie seems to be crumbling in Leafs Land these days. That’s Oliver Ekman-Larsson receiving the puck off the period’s opening faceoff and floating Article found on: Next Impulse Sports
Via Next Impulse Sports
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Don’t Give Up On Toronto’s Top Line

The Leafs are in the midst of their traditional mid-to-end-of-season collapse and it’s a surprise to exactly no one. Oh, you’re surprised? Were you also surprised that the sun came up this morning? Because baby, this is like clockwork for the Leafs. Looking at the team on paper coming into the season you figured they had to have a chance to be better than they were last season...
Via Razzball Hockey
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Can the Maple Leafs regroup in the second half?

Even though the Toronto Maple Leafs have already reached the half-way point of the season in games played, the National Hockey League All-Star break is the official break point for the fans. It’s a time to look back and reflect on what has transpired, and for Leaf fans that’s tough. The Maple Leafs, to put […] The post Can the Maple Leafs regroup in the second half? appeared...
Via Along the Boards
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NCAT: Canada’s Best Racing Team Partners with Green Sports Alliance

TORONTO, Ont — On Tuesday January 27th, Canada’s Best Racing Team (CBRT) announced that they have formed a new partnership with the Green Sports Alliance. The partnership means a lot to CBRT as one of their core foundation desires is to make auto racing in Canada more eco-friendly. “Joey McColm and I originally connected to discuss our shared passion for the environment, and...
Via Rubbings Racing
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NCAT: Canada’s Best Racing Team Announces Partnership with Green Sports Alliance

TORONTO, On (Jan. 27, 2015) – An exciting new partnership between Canada’s Best Racing Team (CBRT) and Green Sports Alliance was just announced. This news hits close to home for the team, which based its core foundation around the desire to make auto racing in Canada more eco-friendly. “Joey McColm and I originally connected to discuss our shared passion for the environment...
Via On Pit Road
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Maple Leafs-Devils Preview

Given the depth of the Toronto Maple Leafs' struggles, it's somewhat surprising they still have an outside shot at a wild-card spot. The New Jersey Devils are five points behind the Leafs, but they look like the team that's more eager to make a playoff push. The Leafs return from the All-Star break looking to snap a six-game losing streak when they visit a Devils club that's earned...
Via AP on Fox
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Top 10: Maple Leafs that might have been

What if? That’s a question asked by all sports fan at some point, whether it be about a team losing a star player right before the playoffs or ideal lineup construction, just to name a few. This question, sadly, is one that haunts Maple Leafs fans on a regular basis. “What if Kerry Fraser called […] The post Top 10: Maple Leafs that might have been appeared first on Along the Boards.
Via Along the Boards
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Jonathan Toews Takes Very Clever Shot at Toronto Maple Leafs Organization

You would never take Jonathan Toews and his serious demeanor as a clever jokester. Last night the captain became just this. After selecting Toronto Maples Leafs part time winger/full time immortal deity Phil “The Thrill” Kessel with his first pick in the 2015 NHL All Star Draft, Jonathan Toews took a subtle but witty shot at his holiness’ home franchise. The Maple Leafs, in...
Via Sports Mockery
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Phil Kessel Oogled The Hell Out Of A Stage Girl’s Butt At The NHL All-Star Festivities

The NHL All-Star Fantasy Draft was held in Columbus on Friday night, and it appeared that Phil Kessel really enjoyed his view from his place on the stage. I can’t really say I blame him, but you gotta be a liiiiiittle more subtle than that. Plus, you need to work on a way cooler “play Article found on: Next Impulse Sports
Via Next Impulse Sports
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Is it Time to Hit the Panic Button With the Toronto Maple Leafs?

James van Riemsdyk #21 of the Toronto Maple Leafs battles with Justin Faulk #27 of the Carolina Hurricanes during NHL game action at the Air Canada Centre in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. (Mandatory Credit: Graig Abel/Getty Images) Unlike most Canadian cities, in Toronto, the Leafs always seem to fall in the winter. With yet another season of mediocrity and an embarrassing losing streak...
Via The Sports Journal
8 days ago  |  Discuss

Dreger: Rangers have interest in Mike Santorelli

Per Thomas Drance at The Score, Darren Dreger (via Insider Trading last night) mentioned that the New York Rangers are interested in center Mike Santorelli from the Toronto Maple Leafs. Dreger mentioned that the Rangers tried to get Santorelli this past summer, but due to limited cap space, could not seal the deal. Santorelli has Read more → The post Dreger: Rangers have interest...
Via Blue Seat Blogs
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Toronto Maple Leaf Fans Are Experiencing Déjà Vu

View image | With 35 games remaining in the 2014-2015 season, the Toronto Maple Leafs are seven points behind the Boston Bruins for the second wild card spot in the Eastern Conference. While the Bruins are a far cry away from last year’s first place finish in the conference, the Maple Leafs are in a very familiar position. Toronto finished nine points out of...
Via Beyond The Benches
8 days ago  |  Discuss

Leafs fans banned for one year after throwing jerseys on ice

Things are bad for the Toronto Maple Leafs right now, but things are even worse for a few fans. The Leafs’ nightmare of a season continued Monday night, as they lost to the last-place Carolina Hurricanes 4-1 on home ice. Fans were none too pleased with their team dropping its fifth straight game and 13th in its last 16 games, and four especially disgruntled folks didn’t...
9 days ago  |  Discuss

The Leafs are bad because they’re built around the wrong players

The Toronto Maple Leafs have lost eight of the past nine games. They’ve been shut-out in three of their past five contests, scoring just two goals over that span. When the team fired head coach Randy Carlyle on January 6th, they were in a playoff wild card spot. Now, after winning just one game under […] The post The Leafs are bad because they’re built around the wrong players...
Via Two Pad Stack
9 days ago  |  Discuss

Toronto Writer Compares Hockey Jerseys Thrown On Ice To Dead Soldiers

In case you haven’t been following the NHL this year – or the past half-century or so – things haven’t exactly been going well for the Toronto Maple Leafs. The team is currently in the midst of an extraordinarily tumultuous year on AND off the ice, and its tortured fan base has responded accordingly. At Article found on: Next Impulse Sports
Via Next Impulse Sports
9 days ago  |  Discuss

Toronto Maple Leafs should trade for Ryan O'Reilly

Toronto Maple Leafs fans are showing increasing irritation with the current core of the hockey club. It is evident that player changes will be occurring soon... GM Dave Nonis earlier this month, made it clear that none of the players were free of the trade block.If the Toronto Maple Leafs’ do pull off a trade I can't think of a better player to add to the team then Ryan O'Reilly...
Via Hockey Fan Land
10 days ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: Referee injured after brutal collision with player

Dean Morton had a tough day at the office Friday night. The NHL referee was working a game between the Toronto Maple Leafs and Columbus Blue Jackets when he got caught in the wrong place at the wrong time. The result was an ugly spill on the ice. Morton was in the corner in a vulnerable position when Leafs forward David Clarkson came barreling toward him. Clarkson had fallen to...
19 days ago  |  Discuss

Mike Milbury calls Phil Kessel a “pain in the ass”

Brace yourself – Mike Milbury said something stupid again. This time he said Phil Kessel is a “pain in the ass” and is uncoachable during a recent rant on NBCSN. Milbury’s comments come just one day after Kessel defended himself after a reporter insinuated that he was responsible for the coaching change in Toronto. Milbury’s comments, as usual, are moronic. Kessel is the...
Via Puck Drunk Love
22 days ago  |  Discuss

Air Canada thinks the Maple Leafs should trade Phil Kessel

                Toronto Maple Leafs star forward Phil Kessel has been taking shots from all sides since Tuesday’s firing of head coach Randy Carlyle, but no one was expecting the company that owns the naming rights to the team’s arena to publicly endorse Kessel’s departure. Maybe Air Canada can offer Phil a discounted ticket for that plane ride out of town. Clearly...
Via Awful Announcing
22 days ago  |  Discuss

Phil Kessel goes off on Toronto reporter after pointed question

Any time that a coach gets fired, it makes for a tough and awkward time in the locker room. Players have to deal with the insinuation that the firing was their fault, and usually the players that are targeted are the best of the bunch. Alexander Ovechkin has dealt with insinuations that he is uncoachable every time the Washington Capitals fire a head coach. It stands to reason,...
Via Puck Drunk Love
23 days ago  |  Discuss

Maple Leafs fire head coach Randy Carlyle after latest skid

It seemed like it was just a matter of time before the Toronto Maple Leafs cut ties with Randy Carlyle. Carlyle’s time is up, as the Leafs announced Tuesday morning they’ve fired the head coach. Assistant coaches Peter Horachek and Steve Spott will assume Toronto’s coaching duties in the interim. “I want to thank Randy for all of his hard work and dedication,” general...
23 days ago  |  Discuss

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