Discussion in 'Toronto Maple Leafs' started by Daisy Jane, Nov 20, 2018.
If you’re averaging 6 shots a period, and are “grinding”,... then dear lord I’d hate to see this team when it isn’t “grinding”.
Can you guys imagine if one of Matthews, Marner, or Nylander did this and the uproar it would cause?
But with MacK it will be spun into a positive and he'll be admired for caring so much.
I watched that game and Nashville is ready to get off the road.
I noticed Polak ATOI is 19:08, well done!
Leafs have been a top 10 possession team and climbing since Nylander returned
Crazy how dominant the Caps have been over Boston lately:
Need to Know: Bruins vs. Capitals
You'd think that Boston is due though.
So far so good....2-1 Caps after 2
14 straight over Boston.
Suppose it sounds better than no-one will offer him a contract.
Lots of little trades today.
I'd of taken a swing at Koekoek if I was Dubas
Sabres piling up losses now since their unsustainable win streak. They might actually miss the playoffs
Yeah Buffalo is better then Toronto, right?
look at this beauty lol
Rick Nash could've signed a contract with several teams this past summer and saddled a team with a big salary expense. It's nice to see a pro athlete have some honour.
NHL tests player-tracking technology that could...
I'm excited for these little technology things to possibly give us even more info during the game.
The San Jose Sharks topped the Golden Knights 3-2 Thursday night at T-Mobile Arena, and while the action between the division rivals was riveting, the most impressive part of the game was invisible to the thousands watching.
It was hidden inside the rubber of the pucks, and within the thread of each player’s shoulder pads, safely concealed by their sweater.
This week microchips were implanted and tracked live during a regular season game for the first time in NHL history. The tracking system was first tested in Tuesday’s game between the Golden Knights and Rangers, and Thursday the NHL granted The Athletic behind the scenes access to the infinite possibilities that come with this new form of tracking."
The Ducks Head Coach Randy "Kitty" Carlyle is a dead man walking with his team having lost 10 straight games to set a new club record.
I am waiting with bated breath for GM Bob Murray to give him his walking papers for the second time. With his Ducks playing the heavily favoured Winnipeg Jets tomorrow afternoon, it would be a cruel fate to let Randy go after the game in the city where he played for the original Jets and then coached the Manitoba Moose.
Kucherov is having one hell of a season. 75 pts already. If he holds this season and gets to 140 pts The only players who had better peak than him would be gretz, orr and lemieux.
I'm impressed, thought it was NHL 19.
apparently Murray doesn't fire coaches mid season.
We get shutout by the Preds, and then the Canes score 6 on them.
Hockey is weird.
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