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Being an NHL goalie isn’t without it’s problems. Toronto Maple Leafs goalie Ben Scrivens posted a picture of a nasty bruise on his arm on Twitter on Monday and it is impressive. Scrivens was pulled after two periods against the Winnipeg Jets on Saturday when he gave up four goals and the Maple Leafs ended up losing to Winnipeg in a shootout 5-4. It’s not clear whether this bruise played a part in Scrivens poor play or if it was the reason he was pulled. His teammates don’t seem to feel too badly for him though.
“@scrivens_30: twitter.com/scrivens_30/st…” you bruise like a peach!!
— James van Riemsdyk (@JVReemer21) March 18, 2013
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The Toronto Maple Leafs have now lost five straight games and are barely hanging on to a playoff spot after losing to Pittsburgh and Winnipeg.
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from Kevin McGran of the Toronto Star,
It’s morning. Time to shoot some pucks.
Out walk Clarke MacArthur and John-Michael Liles, to a $100,000 contraption that will let them do just that.
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The slumping Toronto Maple Leafs haven't been able to get things together over the last two weeks.
The Tampa Bay Lightning, meanwhile, are starting to pick up steam.
The Maple Leafs try to snap a season-worst five-game losing streak Wednesday night when they host the Lightning, who continue to play without captain Vincent Lecavalier.
After allowing an average of just 2.5 goals...