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Leafs continue their quest as contenders for Connor McDavid, lose 4-1
Leafs continue their quest as contenders for Connor McDavid, lose 4-1
William Cornett
HometownHockey.ca


Windsor - Mar. 27, 2015:
As the Leafs continue to lose games, their probability of acquiring the first overall pick in this year's entry draft remains strong. After losing 4-1 to Florida, Toronto maintains their 9.5% chance of getting upcoming superstar Connor McDavid. Jonathan Huberdeau and Brandon Pirri highlighted the night for Florida, while Leafs' prospect, Sam Carrick, would provide the hometown crowd with some positive play. FULL STORY


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Phil Kessel is not the Leafs
Phil Kessel is not the Leafs' problem on defence
Rob McPhee
HometownHockey.ca

Toronto - Mar. 25, 2015: Phil Kessel has again found himself the centre of attention as he has the worst +/- stat in the NHL. Many are being critical of his defensive play, but is that the real problem? How much responsibility should Phil Kessel be taking for the teams defensive struggles? Does his plus/minus stat tell us the whole story? Do his linemates Tyler Bozak and JvR deserve some of the blame? FULL STORY



Leafs lose to visiting Wild in front of empty seats
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Leafs lose to visiting Wild in front of empty seats
William Cornett
HometownHockey.ca

Windsor - Mar. 24, 2015: The Maple Leafs hosted the Minnesota Wild last night in a game that was closer than many believed it would be. It turned into a battle of the netminders, as Jonathan Bernier and Devan Dubnyk took turns awing the dismal crowd in attendance Monday night. Charlie Coyle and Thomas Vanek tallied the two goals for the Wild, while Jake Gardiner netted his fourth providing the Leafs with their only goal. FULL STORY



Leafs find a tolerable way to lose to the Senators
Leafs find a tolerable way to lose to the Senators
Rob McPhee
HometownHockey.ca

Toronto - Mar. 22, 2015: Just after it was announced that the Leafs had signed NCAA standout Casey Bailey, they took on the Ottawa Senators. The Leafs would fall 5-3 to the Sens despite a push for a comeback from players like Leo Komarov. The Leafs' continue their race to the bottom as their top line of Kessel, Bozak and van Reimsdyk continue to be invisible on the ice. FULL STORY



Sharks dismantle Leafs, how about Thornton in Toronto?
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Sharks dismantle Leafs, how about Thornton in Toronto?
Chris Savard
HometownHockey.ca

Stoney Point - Mar. 20, 2015: The San Jose Sharks are trying hard to secure a spot in this spring’s NHL Playoffs. For the Toronto Maple Leafs, the end of this miserable season can’t come quick enough. The two teams met last night at the Air Canada Centre and the Sharks skated to a 4-1 win over the Buds. Joe Thornton would be a good acquisition for the Maple Leafs. FULL STORY



Leafs fall to Oilers as poor starts fuel the tank
Leafs fall to Oilers as poor starts fuel the tank
Rob McPhee
HometownHockey.ca

Toronto - Mar. 17, 2015: The Leafs fell 4-1 to the Oilers in a game that saw Bernier chased from the net early, a hit to the head by Nazem Kadri which will result in a suspension and a storyline that Leaf fans are getting sick of at this point. FULL STORY



Oilers Beat Maple Leafs, Catch Coyotes
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Oilers Beat Maple Leafs, Catch Coyotes
Rob Soria
HometownHockey.ca

Edmonton - Mar. 17, 2015: While it is rather difficult for most hockey fans to not take some enjoyment from watching their favourite team lay the boots to the Toronto Maple Leafs, last night's 4-1 win proved to be a rather costly one for the Edmonton Oilers. When you couple last night's victory with the Arizona Coyotes loss to the Los Angeles Kings, the two teams now find themselves deadlocked at fifty points apiece with only twelve games remaining on their respective schedules. FULL STORY



Leafs
Leafs' fans better hope Don Cherry is wrong about Nazem Kadri
Rob McPhee
HometownHockey.ca

Toronto - Mar. 16, 2015: After Nazem Kadri was suspended 3 games by the Toronto Maple Leafs for being late and off ice issues, the speculation began on whether or not it was the right move. Don Cherry threw gas on the fire when he stated on 'Hockey Night in Canada' that the suspension would result in Kadri wanting to leave the Leafs ASAP. Here's why Leafs' fans should hope Don's wrong. FULL STORY



If the NHL Playoffs started today...
If the NHL Playoffs started today...
Chris Savard
HometownHockey.ca

Stoney Point - Mar. 14, 2015: If the 2014-15 NHL Playoffs started today, there would be some pretty interesting match-ups. Five of the six Original Six teams would have a ticket to the dance - while Leafs Nation will be focused on the lottery. The playoffs will also see three Canadian teams competing for Lord Stanley's cup. The Nashville Predators have had a great season under Head Coach Peter Laviolette. Their reward is drawing the Chicago Blackhawks in round one. Over in the East, the Montreal Canadiens would draw original six rivals the Boston Bruins. FULL STORY



Leafs Get Burned By Flames
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Leafs Get Burned By Flames
Tim Cornett
HometownHockey.ca

Windsor - Mar. 14, 2015: The Toronto Maple Leafs started a three game road trip in Calgary Friday night and got beat by a score of 6-3. This one was over in the first period. All Calgary did was score four goals, including not one, but two short handed goals. On the bright side, the lone Leafs’ goal of the period was scored by Richard Panik on a power play. Calgary’s top line of Sean Monahan, Jiri Hudler, and Johnny Gaudreau combined for nine points in the game, and to no one’s surprise were named the three stars of the game. FULL STORY



Maple Leafs, Sabres: Battle of The Abysmal
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Maple Leafs, Sabres: Battle of The Abysmal
Tim Cornett
HometownHockey.ca

Windsor - Mar. 12, 2015: The Toronto Maple Leafs played host to the Buffalo Sabres Wednesday night in what some fans were calling the Battle For McDavid. C’mon folks, if you think the Leafs have any chance of landing the Erie Otters wunderkind, give your head a shake. It’s not going to happen. The best we can hope for is a top five pick, and that’s ok with me. Tonight’s game wasn’t the Battle For McDavid, it was the Battle Of The Abysmal. FULL STORY



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Good, Bad and Ugly: Sabres vs Toronto Maple Leafs
Good, Bad and Ugly: Sabres vs Toronto Maple Leafs
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Toronto - Mar. 12, 2015: The Sabres had their closest game in ages, losing a shootout decision to the Toronto Maple Leafs at the Air Canada Centre. FULL STORY



Super Official Preview: Sabres vs Toronto Maple Leafs
Super Official Preview: Sabres vs Toronto Maple Leafs
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Toronto - Mar. 11, 2015: The Buffalo Sabres and the Toronto Maple Leafs, two of the worst teams in the NHL right now, battle in a matchup of the inept on Wednesday night. FULL STORY



High octane thriller ends in OT, Leafs fall to Isles 4-3
High octane thriller ends in OT, Leafs fall to Isles 4-3
Windsor - Mar. 9, 2015: It was a game that featured two teams at opposite ends of the spectrum, as the Toronto Maple Leafs hosted the New York Islanders for the last time this season. The game needed extra time to be decided, with the winner being scored by none other than the league's leader, John Tavares. The Leafs played a complete game, and almost came away with the victory. FULL STORY



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