Game Two: Post Game Analysis

Last night’s crushing 7-3 loss to the Bruins was very reminiscent of game one which saw the Bruins top line shred the Maple Leafs blueline and make quick work of the Maple Leafs. Like with game one, the Maple Leafs had no answer and by the end of the game were left with even more... Continue Reading →

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Game One: Post Game Analysis

Where does one begin to talk about what happened to the Maple Leafs at the hands of the Boston Bruins? The Maple Leafs lose 5-1 in game one, if the score wasn’t concerning it was definitely the play of the Maple Leafs with a few exceptions. Outside of Zach Hyman, Leo Komarov and Frederik Andersen,... Continue Reading →

B’s or Bolts?

Over the course of the last few weeks, hockey fans had the opportunity to watch a close race for the first spot in the Atlantic division. The Tampa Bay Lightning held first place in the Eastern Conference along with the Atlantic division for the majority of the season. However, Boston followed closely and eventually overtook... Continue Reading →

Silent Assassin

Middletown, New Jersey native James Van Riemsdyk is quietly on a tear this season, already surpassing last seasons total of goals scored (29) in 12 fewer games. Van Riemsdyk has scored 31 goals this season topping the 30-goal mark for the second time during his long Toronto tenure. JVR has come close to the 30-goal... Continue Reading →

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