Found February 27, 2013 on
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Normally, Toronto Maple Leafs defenseman Dion Phanuef doesn't turn down an invitation to fight an opponent but earlier tonight against the Montreal Canadiens, he did just that.
In the second period of play, Phanuef got tangled up with Montreal's Brandon Prust who seemed intent on starting a fight with him.
Dion rebuked the attempt and skated away from it:
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Nazem Kadri notched his first career hat trick and Dion Phaneuf scored at 1:11 of overtime to give the Toronto Maple Leafs a 5-4 victory over the New York Islanders on Thursday night.
Phaneuf's fourth goal of the season lifted Toronto to its third straight win and fourth in five games at New York. The Maple Leafs have six wins in their last nine games against the Islanders....
The Toronto Maple Leafs must want fans to stop coming to their games because their choice to play the Harlem Shake as their goal song could be the worst decision ever.
With less than 30 games left on the schedule for the Toronto Maple Leafs, every win now is a must win.
After winning 4-2 to Philadelphia earlier this week, Toronto came out flat against the Montreal Canadiens and lost 5-2. In fact, head coach, Randy Carlyle said it best in the post game press conference. ”We were flat, flat, flat, and flat,” he said.
There was a incident...
from Dave Stubbs of Hockey Inside.Out,
Canadiens forward Rene Bourque is out of action indefinitely, having been diagnosed with a concussion.
Habs head coach Michel Therrien told reporters at the team’s practice in Mississauga., Ont., Tuesday at noon-hour that Bourque doesn’t know how he sustained the concussion. He’s missed the past two games with what was advertised...
Brendan Gallagher, Max Pacioretty and Brian Gionta scored third-period goals in the Montreal Canadiens' 5-2 win over the Toronto Maple Leafs on Wednesday night.
Gallagher scored his sixth of the season 9:08 into the third to break a 2-2 tie. Pacioretty cemented the win with his sixth goal - and second of the game - at 14:26. Gionta added an empty-net tally with 2:26 left.
Michael Ryder is on his way back to the Montreal Canadiens.
TSN’s Bob McKenzie reported via Twitter on Tuesday that the Habs have acquired Ryder in a trade with the Dallas Stars. According to McKenzie, forward Erik Cole heads to Dallas in exchange for Ryder. It’s unclear at this point whether or not there are any more parts to this deal.
Ryder broke into the league with Montreal...
Today is a day of trades. Just hours after it was announced that Philadelphia had traded for Simon Gagne, Montreal and Dallas complete a trade that sends Erik Cole to the Stars and Michael Ryder up to the Canadiens.
The Ryder/Cole deal was confirmed by TSN's Bob McKenzie.
No offense to the Philadelphia / LA trade earlier today, but this is a trade with some substance...
The NHL breaking news tonight is a trade that will send former Bruin's winger Michael Ryder to the Montreal Canadiens. Ryder's name had surfaced recently as a potential Bruins target to help bolster their offensive attack. But those talks are now officially over.
It is being reported that the Canadiens got Ryder from Dallas in exchange for forward Erik Cole. This is a great...