Found February 23, 2012 on
A pair of struggling clubs will try to get back in the win column tonight, as the San Jose Sharks visit the Toronto Maple Leafs for a clash at Air Canada Centre.
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With losses in six of their last seven games, the Toronto Maple Leafs look to get back into the win column on Thursday when they host the struggling San Jose Sharks in the second game of their four game home stand.
This is the lone meeting between the two teams this season. The Maple Leafs took last year's game against the Sharks, picking up a 4-2 win at San Jose on Jan. 11...
from Terry Koshan of the Toronto Sun, But if the Leafs aren’t questioning their goaltending publicly, you have to wonder what’s going on behind closed doors.
Jonas Gustavsson allowed a couple of softies against the Devils, including the winner by defenceman Mark Fayne at 1:18. The puck would have gone wide of the net had Gustavsson not tried to stop it. Earlier, a goal by David...
Western Conference rival, San Jose Sharks, come to Smashville to take on your Nashville Predators. The Nashville Predators' record this season is 35-19-7 and ranked 5th in the Western Conference. The San Jose Shark's record this season is 32-20-7 and ranked 3rd in the Western Conference. Puck drops at 7:08 PM CT at loud, Bridgestone Arena. Also, a section on Parkinson'...
The Toronto Maple Leafs have freed up a couple of roster spots and given themselves some cap room flexibility ahead of Monday’s trade deadline by waiving forwards Jay Rosehill and Darryl Boyce Friday, reports TSN.
Boyce, a pending unrestricted free agent, earns $700,000. Rosehill, who earns $600,000, will be a restricted free agent at season’s end.
Maple Leafs general manager...
The Sharks have now lost a season high four straight games after Columbus double up on San Jose 6-3.
The road woes continue for San Jose and they still have three more games before they return to the confines of the HP Pavilion. The game against St. Louis aside the Sharks have been in every game and had a chance at coming back, until tonight. They found themselves down 4-0 at the end of th...
TORONTO (AP) - Patrick Marleau scored two goals and the San Jose Sharks beat Toronto 2-1 on Thursday night, sending the stumbling Maple Leafs to their seventh loss in eight games.
Patrick Marleau scored two goals and the San Jose Sharks beat Toronto 2-1 on Thursday night, sending the stumbling Maple Leafs to their seventh loss in eight games.
Patrick Marleau scored two goals and the San Jose Sharks beat Toronto 2-1 on Thursday night, sending the stumbling Maple Leafs to their seventh loss in eight games. Maple Leafs general manager Brian Burke put the team on alert when he told a Toronto radio station Wednesday that he was in the market for a goalie.
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