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Senators fans and Maple Leafs fans get along about as well as Bruins and Canadiens fans do. That being said, consider how wild the scene must have been at Scotiabank Place in Ottawa this weekend when Sens fan Christina proposed on the ice to longtime girlfriend (and Leafs fan) Alicia, who was rocking a Phil Kessel jersey. Check out the great on-ice proposal below.

This Sens-Leafs Fan Fight Includes Kessel Chick Throwing Haymakers

While much of the attention from Saturday’s Sens-Maple Leafs game was paid to two lesbians getting engaged, there was action off the ice that stole our hearts. It’s been a pretty quiet year when it comes to NHL fan fights so this 100-level action got our attention. As an added bonus, we get a couple broads throwing bombs. Special attention should be paid to Phil Kessel chick...

Toronto Maple Leafs Off-Season Bubble Boys

(Mike Segar/REUTERS) By Lukas Hardonk (@LukasHardonk) The NHL’s trade deadline may have come and gone, but that doesn’t mean trade speculation has stopped. With trading a sure bet to happen during the Entry Draft in mid-June and once again after the market re-opens on July 1, why not begin looking at who may and may not return with their respective team next season? Given...

Ken Beckett: Phil Kessel Scores Game Winner as Leafs Beat Rival Sens

After coming so close to a shutout in his last game, James Reimer was almost perfect once again on Saturday, holding the Ottawa Senators without a goal for almost 59 minutes until getting beat late in the Toronto Maple Leafs' 3-1 victory in another installment of the Battle of Ontario. The Leafs' win in the nation's capital marks their second-straight victory. It is...

Dee Karl: Out for Redemtion in TO

After an 8-0 loss, the Toronto Maple Leafs will not be looking to lose in their own building. So, tonight, the team that a veteran NY area beat writer calls “irrelevant” will take on the Hockey world’s most important team. Funny thing is there is only three points that separate them in the standings, neither one will make the playoffs and the Leafs too haven’t...

Bruins' Confusing Emotions Toward Maple Leafs Ends With Chance at Season Sweep (Video)

With the senators hot on the Bruins' tails for the Northeast, fans have been reduced to cheering for some strange teams. NESN Nation's Dan Duquette has had enough of that and is glad to get back to doing what's right -- beating up on the Maple Leafs. Join NESN Nation: In-game home page | Twitter | Facebook

Michael Komisarek vs. Milan Lucic

The Toronto Maple Leafs defenseman Mike Komisarek and Boston Bruins forward Milan Lucic don't like each other very much. I am surprised that Komisarek would fight Lucic again after all of the time Lucic has absolutely worked him over. [Example 1] and [example 2]

Mike Augello: A Grotesque Spectacle In Boston; Leafs Vs Islanders

There are not many more expletives and insults to be uttered at the Maple Leafs this morning, after they were systematically dissected by the Stanley Cup Champion Bruins 8-0 at the TD Bank Garden last night. From the opening faceoff, you knew that Toronto was in trouble, as Boston cycled the puck in the offensive zone for a good ninety seconds, before the Leafs were finally...

Mike Augello: Still A Glimmer??; Leafs vs. Boston

The next 48 hours will be the final arbiter of whether the Maple Leafs have a glimmer of hope remaining to climb within striking distance of the final playoff spot in the Eastern Conference or whether the eight remaining games will only be determinative of what non-lottery draft slot they will occupy in June. After two straight wins in Tampa and Ottawa, Toronto still trails eighth...

Ty Anderson: Sweep the Leg: Bruins go for kill versus Leafs tonight

Shockingly, the Toronto Maple Leafs aren't dead yet. Left standing -- strike that, hobbling -- with a 2.9 percent chance of making the NHL playoffs, the season series between the Leafs and Boston Bruins comes to a close tonight in the Hub. Sitting six points away from the eighth seed in the Eastern Conference, the bad news for those in Toronto is that a loss tonight essentially...

Maple Leafs 3, Senators 1

Phil Kessel had a goal and an assist and James Reimer made 29 saves to help the Toronto Maple Leafs beat the Ottawa Senators 3-1 on Saturday night. Tim Connolly and Dion Phaneuf also scored for Toronto. Reimer won his second straight to improve to 4-0 at Scotiabank Place, allowing only Colin Greening's goal. Ben Bishop, making his sixth straight start, faced just 18 shots in...


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