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Ok, let me justify that headline a little before people get all over me. He isn’t completely terrible as in he shouldn’t be in the league terrible. He’s just a terrible first line center, and probably not a very good second or third line center either (at least not until he improves defensively). He’d be [...]The post The terrible Tyler Bozak appeared first on HockeyAnalysis.com.
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I had a good feeling before the Toronto Maple Leafs faced Ottawa this weekend that they were going to bounce back from their 3-1 loss to Carolina.
On the night that the Leafs organization honored the 1963 Stanley Cup Champions, Toronto shut out the Senators 3-0. A perfect end for a special night.
Ben Scrivens got his first NHL shut out against Ottawa
Leaf’s goaltender, Ben Scrivens...
The Toronto Sun's Steve Simmons believes that the Toronto Maple Leafs need to retire Dave Keon's #14 while Maple Leafs legend is still around, but as Simmons notes in his Sunday column, Keon's status as estranged from the Leafs' former and current ownership regimes complicates the situation significantly:
The name is missing from the rafters. You look up at the...
It wasn't pretty at times, but the play of netminder Ben Scrivens' en route to his first National Hockey League shutout handed the Toronto Maple Leafs a decisive three-goal victory over division rival Ottawa on Hockey Night in Canada.
Scrivens, playing in relief of the injured James Reimer, stopped all thirty-four shots he faced, including twenty-nine over the final two...
The Maple Leafs 3-0 victory over Ottawa on Saturday was the type of winning effort that Toronto fans are not accustomed to seeing.
The injury riddled Senators, without stars Jason Spezza and Erik Karlsson outhustled and outchanced the Blue and White, but thanks to fortuitous deflections by Frazer McLaren and Tyler Bozak, an empty netter from John-Michael Liles and a stellar 34...
The Maple Leafs never seemed to be able to get going and were uncharacteristically bad defensively in a 3-1 loss to the Carolina Hurricanes on Thursday.
Both teams were sluggish to start the game, but from the beginning of the second period to the final horn, the hometown Canes were in control, outshooting the injury depleted Toronto squad 25-15 in the final 40 minutes.