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Some things need very little explaining, and are best just left to the visual proof. Toronto winger Joffrey Lupul's goal against the Winnipeg Jets on Wednesday night was one of those instances. Lupul slammed home a one-timer on a pass from none other than Phil Kessel on Wednesday, and in the process, shattered the camera that was set up inside the net. Check it out in the video below from NHL.com for no reason other than it is awesome.
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Former Fighting Sioux forward Matt Frattin scored on one of his patented snapshots in third round of the shootout to give the Toronto Maple Leafs a 4-3 win shootout win over the Jets.
It what can only be termed as a good ‘ol fashioned butt-whopping, the Toronto Maple Leafs were schooled by the defending Stanley Cup Champion Boston Bruins by a final score of 6-1 on Thursday night, bringing the Buds record to 4-1-1 on the season.
There was lots of talk about a Stanley Cup letdown for the Bruins heading into Thursday nights tilt, but given the way the Bruins seemingly...
The Toronto Maple Leafs announced Thursday that Colby Armstrong sustained a left ankle sprain
The Winnipeg Jets take to the biggest show in hockey that of the Toronto Maple Leafs tonight at the Air Canada centre. Â For the young Jets today was a bit of a leaning curve into the media madness that is Toronto. Â As James Mirtle of the Globe and Mail said, it was the busiest visitor locker room he had ever seen. Dave Shoalts chimed in with a reference to some of the stupidest...
All eyes will be on Toronto for the lone game in the NHL on Wednesday, as the Winnipeg Jets make their first visit to the Air Canada Centre to take on the Toronto Maple Leafs.
This is the first of four meetings between the two Canadian clubs. Last season the Leafs and the former-Thrashers split their meetings, with each team picking up two wins.
The Leafs are coming off a 3...
TORONTO (AP) Phil Kessel is playing exactly the way the Toronto Maple Leafs wanted when they acquired him from Boston in 2009.
Image via WikipediaThis past summer the NHL had a horrible summer as the sport lost three former tough guys (Derek Boogaard, Rick Rypien and Wade Belak) to various issues (two to suicide and one to an accidental mix of alcohol and the painkiller oxycodone).
In the after math of the deaths of these three players, many were quick to point to their roles as fighters as a reason...
Phil Kessel had a goal and two assists to help the Toronto Maple Leafs rally for a 4-3 shootout victory over the Winnipeg Jets on Wednesday night.
The Canucks are going to pay tribute to Rick Rypien with a video honoring the Vancouver enforcer who committed suicide in the offseason after struggling with depression for a decade.
The Winnipeg Jets came up just short in their first visit to a Canadian city. A trip to the nation's capital could produce better results.
Winnipeg goes for its first road win Thursday night when it faces an Ottawa Senators team giving up goals at an alarming rate.
Coming off Monday's 2-1 victory over Pittsburgh - the club's first win since relocating from Atlanta ...
While the Winnipeg Jets seek to build on a long-awaited win, the Toronto Maple Leafs try to bounce back from their first loss Wednesday night at the Air Canada Centre.
Winnipeg was outscored 13-5 in losing its first three games after relocating from Atlanta but finally ended the drought with a 2-1 home victory over Pittsburgh on Monday.
Kyle Wellwood and Tanner Glass each scored...
The Canucks paid tribute to former teammate Rick Rypien on Tuesday night with a video honoring the Vancouver enforcer who committed suicide in the offseason after struggling with depression for a decade.