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Hometown Hockey Prediction - Reimer leads Maple Leafs to 3-1 victory over Blackhawks
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Windsor - Dec. 21, 2014:
You heard it here first! James Reimer leads the Toronto Maple Leafs to a 3-1 victory over the Chicago Blackhawks. The Maple Leafs begin a seven game road trip tonight as the feature game on Rogers Hometown Hockey. FULL STORY


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Bernier chased, Flyers embarrass Maple Leafs at ACC
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Bernier chased, Flyers embarrass Maple Leafs at ACC
Chris Savard
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Stoney Point - Dec. 21, 2014: Heading into last night’s game against the Philadelphia Flyers, the Toronto Maple Leafs were 14-0 when scoring first. Things were looking up for Randy Carlyle’s home team when Joffrey Lupul and James Van Reimsdyk had scored before the game was six minutes old, to give the Leafs an early 2-0 lead. FULL STORY



Six game streak ends as Leafs fall to Hurricanes
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Six game streak ends as Leafs fall to Hurricanes
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Windsor - Dec. 19, 2014: The Maple Leafs looked to roll into Carolina riding the momentum from their Tuesday night victory over the Anaheim Ducks. The Hurricanes, who had lost their previous six matchups were looking to play spoiler to the Leafs' impressive December run. Cam Ward led the Hurricanes to victory, stopping all but one of the twenty-six shots he faced. The Leafs fell to the Hurricanes 4-1. FULL STORY



Kessel, Bernier lead Leafs past Ducks for sixth straight win
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Kessel, Bernier lead Leafs past Ducks for sixth straight win
Chris Savard
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Stoney Point - Dec. 17, 2014: It was a game that saw the clash of two of the hottest teams in the NHL and in their toughest test of the season the Toronto Maple Leafs skated to a 6-2 victory over the Anaheim Ducks. The win was the sixth in a row for Randy Carlyle’s Leafs. Phil Kessel lead the way offensively for Toronto with two goals and an assist. FULL STORY



Maple Leafs impress as they battle back against the Kings
Maple Leafs impress as they battle back against the Kings
Rob McPhee
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Toronto - Dec. 14, 2014: The Leafs win a hard fought game against the Los Angeles Kings in a shoot out. James Reimer held strong as he blanked the Kings in the shoot out. Meanwhile Mike Santorelli and Nazem Kadri led the Leafs up front. It was an impressive win for the Leafs who had played Detroit just 17 hours before. FULL STORY



Maple Leafs extend win streak to 4 games, as they beat the Red Wings
Maple Leafs extend win streak to 4 games, as they beat the Red Wings
Rob McPhee
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Toronto - Dec. 14, 2014: On Hockey Night in Canada, the Toronto Maple Leafs beat the Detroit Red Wings by a score of 4-1. The Leafs outplayed Detroit and were led offensively by Richard Panik and Nazem Kadri. Jonathan Bernier stopped 27 of 28 shots to help lift the Leafs to victory. FULL STORY



The Leafs salary cap woes: Why Cody Franson might be on his way out of town
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The Leafs salary cap woes: Why Cody Franson might be on his way out of town
Rob McPhee
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Toronto - Dec. 12, 2014: The Leafs have some tough decisions to make on key players like goalie Jonathan Bernier, centre Nazem Kadri and defenseman Cody Franson. With next years NHL salary cap looming over Leafs management, some decisions have to be made, and not all will remain a Toronto Maple Leaf. FULL STORY



Bernier leads Maple Leafs to Victory over Flames
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Bernier leads Maple Leafs to Victory over Flames
Tim Cornett
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Windsor - Dec. 10, 2014: These days, as Jonathan Bernier goes, so go the Toronto Maple Leafs. Starting his career high ninth straight game, Bernier led the Blue and White to a 4-1 win over the Calgary Flames Tuesday night. Bernier was stellar, shutting down the Flames in the first period, as Calgary out-chanced the Leafs with several quality chances. FULL STORY



Maple Leafs: If only Carlyle could figure out a way to score first every night
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Maple Leafs: If only Carlyle could figure out a way to score first every night
Chris Savard
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Stoney Point - Dec. 6, 2014: The Toronto Maple Leafs are now 11-0 when they score first. Tonight, they got on the board first and that paced them to a 5-2 victory over the Vancouver Canucks. Goaltender Jonathan Bernier made his eight consecutive start and it was likely his best game of the season. Bernier made 44 saves as he paced the Buds to their 14th win of the season. FULL STORY



Depleted Devils defeat Maple Leafs
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Depleted Devils defeat Maple Leafs
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Toronto - Dec. 5, 2014: The New Jersey Devils knew it was going to take a monumental effort to win Thursday, and that's exactly what they produced. With seven regulars out of the lineup, the Devils defeated the Toronto Maple Leafs 5-3 at Air Canada Centre. New Jersey (10-12-4) played without forward Jaromir Jagr, their top scorer with 15 points, who was knocked out of the game Tuesday against the Pittsburgh Penguins and missed this game with the flu, as did defenseman Adam Larsson. FULL STORY



Maple Leafs move past the .600 winning percentage mark with win over Stars
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Maple Leafs move past the .600 winning percentage mark with win over Stars
Chris Savard
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Stoney Point - Dec. 3, 2014: The Toronto Maple Leafs season winning percentage now sits at .604, thanks to a 5 to 3 victory over the Dallas Stars on Tuesday night. The Leafs have now won four out of the last five games and have registered a point in each of those games. Further, the Leafs now move to 10-0 on the season when scoring first. FULL STORY



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Maple Leafs remain in Playoff conversation with trouncing of Capitals
Maple Leafs remain in Playoff conversation with trouncing of Capitals
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Stoney Point - Nov. 30, 2014: Jonathan Bernier got his fifth consecutive start on Saturday night as the Toronto Maple Leafs played host to the Washington Capitals. Bernier has had some slow starts to games this season as he has given up a goal in the first two minutes of the game on four different occasions. On this night, Bernier wouldn’t give up an early goal and made 35 saves as the Leafs pounded the Caps 6-2. FULL STORY



Leafs Fall To Pens In OT
Leafs Fall To Pens In OT
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Windsor - Nov. 27, 2014: On a night when the Leafs honoured former coach Pat Quinn with a shamrock sweater patch, the Pittsburgh Penguins rode a Blake Comeau hat trick into the win column. Comeau scored his third goal during the overtime period to lift the Pens to a 4-3 win over the blue and white. Comeau didn’t take long to set the pace, scoring 26 seconds into the first period, marking the fourth game this season that Jonathan Bernier has given up a goal in the first two minutes of a game. FULL STORY



Maple Leafs to honour Pat Quinn with jersey patch
Maple Leafs to honour Pat Quinn with jersey patch
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Stoney Point - Nov. 26, 2014: In a classy move, the Toronto Maple Leafs will honour former Head Coach Pat Quinn this evening with a jersey patch as they take on the Pittsburgh Penguins in Pittsburgh. Quinn died on Monday after a lengthy illness. The Toronto Maple Leafs were saddened to learn of the passing of one of the NHL’s all-time great coaches, Pat Quinn. FULL STORY



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