Found February 08, 2013 on
Reality is setting in for the Winnipeg Jets and it must be hard for the fans to see, even those who look with the biggest blinders. The sum of the parts which make up the Jets is not enough to get the job done. It was enough to allow Phil Kessel to score his first goal of the year on the power play.
Now, with holes appearing almost daily, it creates all sorts of crazy ideas and theories abo...
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Are Phil Kesselâs days in Toronto numbered? Hockey Insider Darren Dreger reported on TSN 1050âs Mike Richards Show this morning that the buzz in NHL management circles is that the 25 year old winger could be on the trade market before the April 3rd deadline and that feelers have put out to the Leafs GM Dave Nonis. According to Dreger, Nonis has communicated that the...
After 46 shots and 11 games, Phil Kessel has scored his first goal on the season, and what a crucial goal it was. Kessel`s goal came with less then five minutes remaining in the third and ended up being the decisive goal as the Leafs won the game. This is how my night on Twitter went...Down 2-1 in the third with less than 10 minutes remaining...----------------------------------...
The Toronto Maple Leafs are optimistic after Phil Kessel snapped a lengthy goal drought and ended another for the team's power play.
The Maple Leafs' recent results in Montreal could provide another reason for encouragement.
Kessel will try to contribute again as Toronto seeks to sweep a three-game trip with its fifth win in the past six visits to the rival Canadiens on...
James Reimer made 37 saves and Phil Kessel had a goal and two assists and the Toronto Maple Leafs defeated the Montreal Canadiens 6-0 on Saturday.
Leo Komarov added his first NHL goal 59 seconds into the game.
Tyler Bozak scored later in the first period, James van Riemsdyk and Kessel added second-period goals.
Korbinian Holzer and Dion Phaneuf scored in the third for Toronto...
Phil Kessel scored his first goal of the season late in the third period to lift the Toronto Maple Leafs over the Winnipeg Jets 3-2 on Thursday.
Tyler Bozak scored short-handed and Matt Frattin added a goal for the Leafs, who won their second straight of a three-game road trip.
Kessel's goal ended a frustrating drought for the top-line winger who had 37 goals last season.