Found February 07, 2012 on
MAPLE LEAFS (28-19-6) at JETS (24-24-6)
TV: SNET-O, TSN-JETS
Last 10: Toronto 6-3-1; Winnipeg 4-5-1.
Season Series: This is the final of four season meetings. The home team has prevailed in each of the first three, including the most rece...
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If you watch the video closely it looks like Johnny Oduya slew footed Joey Crabb, hence the reason you hear Joey Crabb tell Oduya ef you. Then, there is fight, albeit not a very good one. I've got give Crabb credit for at least taking a poke at Oduya who is one tough S.O.B.
OILERS (21-26-5) at MAPLE LEAFS (27-19-6)
TV: RDSI (HD), SNET-W, SNET-0
Last 10: Edmonton 5-4-1; Toronto 5-4-1.
Season series: This is the first of two meetings between these cross-conference clubs. Toronto and Edmonton split the 2010-11 season...
With four wins in their last five games, including a shutout over their provincial rivals, the Toronto Maple Leafs look to stay in the win column as they face a big test in the form of the red-hot Sam Gagner and his Edmonton Oilers on Monday.
This is the first of two meetings between the two Canadian clubs this season as they will meet again in Edmonton on Wednesday of next week...
Phil Kessel scored twice, and Mikhail Grabovski assisted on Toronto's first two goals to lead the surging Maple Leafs past the Edmonton Oilers, 6-3, on Monday night. Toronto has climbed back into playoff position in the Eastern Conference by going 5-0-1 in its last six games. Grabovski has led the charge with 12 points during that stretch.
TORONTO (AP) Phil Kessel scored twice and Mikhail Grabovski assisted on Toronto's first two goals to lead the surging Maple
Leafs past the Edmonton Oilers 6-3 on Monday night.
What has happened to the Toronto Maple Leafs in the post-lockout era hardly seems possible for the NHL's most valuable franchise.
The Toronto Maple Leafs will try to post a third straight shutout when they host the surging Edmonton Oilers in an interconference clash tonight at Air Canada Centre.
Phil Kessel scored twice and Mikhail Grabovski assisted on Toronto's first two goals to lead the surging Maple Leafs past the Edmonton Oilers 6-3 on Monday night.
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