Stoney Point - Oct. 21, 2014: While it might be cliché to call tonight’s game a must win for the Toronto Maple Leafs, however falling to 2-5 with a loss to the New York Islanders was not a desirable outcome. The Leafs powered by a four goal second period came out of Long Island with a 5-2 victory. FULL STORY
Edmonton - Oct. 21, 2014: Following what was yet another solid performance on Monday evening against Steven Stamkos and the Tampa Bay Lightning, one has to wonder what Edmonton Oilers forward Taylor Hall has to do in order to have the masses out east start giving him credit for being among the very best players in the game. God knows if he was a member of the Toronto Maple Leafs, that recognition would have come a long time ago. FULL STORY
Edmonton - Oct. 21, 2014: On the strength of a two point effort from Taylor Hall and a late third period winner off the stick of Ryan Nugent-Hopkins, the Edmonton Oilers finally managed to put an end to their five game losing skid to start the 2014-15 season, edging Steven Stamkos and the Tampa Bay Lightning by a score of 3-2 over at Rexall Place on Monday night. FULL STORY
Toronto - Oct. 19, 2014: On Saturday night the Toronto Maple Leafs lost a heartbreaker to the Detroit Red Wings 0-1. Despite the loss the Leafs continue to improve and look poised to start winning some games.
Barrie - Oct. 19, 2014: Joseph Blandisi had two goals and an assist, leading the Barrie Colts to a 7-4 win over the Windsor Spitfires at the Molson Centre on Saturday night. The Spits wrap their two-game Central Ontario road trip Sunday afternoon in Owen Sound.
Windsor - Oct. 18, 2014: During Friday night’s Leafs/Wings broadcast it was pointed out that Lefs GM Dave Nonis was in Edmonton, leading to speculation that there may be some trade winds blowing. Could there be a play that involves James Reimer, Nail Yakupov and Martin Brodeur?
Edmonton - Oct. 18, 2014: While the Edmonton Oilers may have played better in falling 2-0 to the Vancouver Canucks on Friday evening at Rexall Place, this team's inability to score goals continues to plague them on a nightly basis. Since Dallas Eakins has taken over the club, they have scored two goals or fewer in fifty-one of eighty-seven games and won exactly three of those games. With that being the case, one would think, the time to address the issue would be the here and now.