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Sosh roofs a pretty one.

Man, Rielly...

His game as it was looking so promising over the last 12 months or so has done nothing but taken a complete 360 under Babcock. I'm hoping it has something to do with his injury. I was all for the rebuild but I think the Leafs could have done something at the deadline to bolster the D without mortgaging much but they did jack sh*t. Which would have alleviated some of Reilly's minutes. 2 acquisitions they made did nothing to help our weaknesses. Anyway goodnight everybody hope there's a comeback in store but I've seen enough of this sh*t.

That'd be a 180...

Or 1 pi.

Happy Pi Day!

Hyman could fall into a swimming pool of vagina and still come out a virgin, no scoring touch.

James Reimer, Mennonite-extraordinaire, reminds Hyman that fornication is a no-no.

Rielly doesn't look up to full speed.

It's almost like coming back from an injury that almost always takes six weeks to heal, after two weeks, was not a smart decision.

Last year, there was a guy here by the name of Dion Phaneuf...

Lines in the blender now. Brown with JvR - Bozak. Marner with Hyman - Matthews.

Rielly doesn't look up to full speed.

Just got back from picking up the wife. What did I miss?

General NHL News & Views / Re: 2016-2017 NHL Thread
« on: March 14, 2017, 01:34:24 PM » Blueline turnover to the wrong guy. Baiting a line change in OT.

I can see Willy pulling both of these moves off.

Main Leafs Hockey Talk / Re: Auston Matthews
« on: March 14, 2017, 11:00:22 AM »
Some pretty good question handling right at the end there.

I was expecting Mitch Marner to jump in.

Main Leafs Hockey Talk / Re: 2017 Playoff Watch
« on: March 14, 2017, 10:15:37 AM »

Additional grist for the mill:
It is a tough schedule on paper with few “easy” games, but the Leafs are actually a cumulative 15-4-3 against their remaining opponents so far this season. Seven of the next 11 games will be played on the road before a four-game homestand against Washington, Tampa Bay, Pittsburgh and Columbus to close out the season. Nothing can be taken for granted.


For some reason, the red line splits the team between most of the players I want to keep, and all the players I wanted us to trade.

Main Leafs Hockey Talk / Re: 2017 Playoff Watch
« on: March 13, 2017, 12:31:09 PM »
You'd think the Stamkos injury would have covered that. Which of course reminds me, that means Tampa is currently without SIX centres that they started the season with. Imagine that happened to the Leafs?

Yeah, we would've traded off Polak and Hunwick and Komarov, maybe played Laich/Greening enough to deal them at the deadline for something nominal, and then drafted Liljegren+  :'(

Main Leafs Hockey Talk / Re: 2017 Playoff Watch
« on: March 13, 2017, 10:25:51 AM »
It's pretty crazy what happened to Tampa. Lose 3 centres to injury in one game just a week or so after trading 2 centres away at the deadline.

It's got to be a function of whatever Voodoo deal Yzerman pulled in the off season to trick everyone into signing at team friendly prices. There are no free lunches.

Main Leafs Hockey Talk / Re: 2017 Playoff Watch
« on: March 13, 2017, 10:15:58 AM »
We're rolling into Florida where a lot of their key players on in the infirmary. There's a good chance to bank some points now to buffer some of the tougher matchups coming up.

Florida just lost Ekblad to a concussion (same with Malgin), and Luongo is still out, so it'll be Reimer tomorrow. He's been one of the best 5v5 goalies since Dec 1, but has been pretty bad against us this year.

Tampa has basically lost all their starting centres: Johnson, Namestnikov, and Pacquette all went down to injury on Saturday. We will likely see Byron Froese on Thursday as he was just called up this morning.

Eh? We had a game tonight?

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