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Boston 1 4 2--7 Toronto 0 0 0--0 First Period--1, Boston, Seguin 5 (Peverley, Bergeron), 6:23 (pp). Penalties--Crabb, Tor (holding), 5:13. Second Period--2, Boston, Seguin 6 (Bergeron), :34. 3, Boston, Lucic 5 (Chara, Krejci), :42. 4, Boston, Seguin 7 (Bergeron, Marchand), 15:01. 5, Boston, Krejci 2 (Lucic, Ference), 15:15. Penalties--Lucic, Bos (high-sticking), 15:44. Third Period--6, Boston, Lucic 6 (Krejci, Chara), ...

Graphic: Toronto Maple Leafs rank 30th in penalty kill, but remain tough in third periods

The Toronto Maple Leafs has been a curious case this season in regards to special teams. The Northeast Division leader has been without its No. 1 goalie in James Reimer since Oct. 22, and are dead last in the penalty kill in the NHL at 70.9 percent success rate. The Maple Leafs rank last in the penalty kill so far this season. But they've been able to hold up well...

James Reimer responds to the Angry Tim Horton's Guy

Hello Tim, the guy from the Tim Horton's Ad I dressed up as for Halloween,   Special thanks to @DasNordlicht91 and @kid_kawartha for the still. I’m sorry if my costume was offensive. It was kind of an inside joke with me and the other Leafs guys.  They kept buying me Tim Horton’s coffee (even though I don’t really drink coffee) and asking me about a BELT...

Luke Schenn and The Short Term Memory

I’ve written about it before and hoped to have gotten it all off of my chest.  But it features so prominently as a symptom of the psychosis linked to Leaf fans. What is it?  The Short Term Memory. For Saturday’s game against the reigning Stanley Cup champions at the ACC, Ron Wilson and company opted to sit Luke Schenn out as a healthy scratch for the first time this...

A game of inches and upper lips

Columbus 1 – Toronto 4 The Maple Leafs dominated Columbus last night. Right from the get go it looked as if they forgot how to play the game of ice hockey. Passes were flying everywhere, turnovers were made and there was no evidence of knowing how to forecheck when at even strength. The only real opportunity arose from a wrist shot from Aaron Jonson four minutes into the game...

Toronto Maple Leafs prospect Joe Colborne leads Top 5 AHL points leaders

Welcome to Center Ice Chat’s Top 5, an irregular series ranking performances this season. In this post, we take an unannounced look at the American Hockey League, the leaders on the stats sheets, and what it means for this NHL season. 5. Keith Aucoin, Hershey Bears (Washington Capitals) Keith Aucoin is the cousin of 39-year-old Phoenix Coyotes defenceman Adrian Aucoin...

Tyler Seguin Shows Great Instincts, Hand-Eye Coordination During Hat Trick Against Maple Leafs

Tyler Seguin's hat trick against the Toronto Maple Leafs on Saturday night might have been the first of his career. But given the talent that the 19-year-old has, it likely won't be his last. Seguin scored his fifth, sixth and seventh goals of the season in the 7-0 rout. And each of Seguin's goals was unique, though he gave a great deal of credit to his linemates. NESN...

These Leafs are real deal

It may still be early on in the 2011-12 NHL campaign, but the Toronto Maple Leafs are certainly turning a lot of heads with their strong play through the first month.After beating the Columbus Blue Jackets last night by a score of 4-1, the Leafs improved to 9-3-1 on the season, good enough for first in the Northeast Division and Eastern Conference. Not bad for a team that has missed...

Tyler Seguin scores first NHL hat trick against Toronto Maple Leafs

Tyler Seguin showed yet again why he’s a force to be reckon with in the National Hockey League. The sophomore player, going into Saturday’s game against the Toronto Maple Leafs with four goals and seven assists in 11 games, netted a hat trick. It was his first of probably many more to come. He scored them first to get the Bruins up 1-0 at 06:23 into the first period...
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