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I know what your thinking. Another tedious article about the over-lavished Maple Leafs. Leaf fans everywhere grabbing ridiculous and preposterous trade rumors out of a hat in an attempt to look informative by calling it ‘inside information’. By no means am I Mr. Perfect, I am guilty just like every one of my peers. It is our nature to speculate, it is our nature to exonerate. As Leaf fans, we expect only the best out of our beloved franchise and when that does not occur we fantasize about the best players launching our team to a level of triumph. Contributing to the fact, the Toronto Maple Leafs are arguably the most loved and the most hated team in the NHL.
The Race for the Maurice Richard Award is tight and it may come down to the wire….
According to NHL.com, the Blackhawks have acquired Winger Radim Vrbata from the Carolina Hurricanes for future considerations.
I know it’s a little early for playoff predictions so I added a little fun to it for the holidays…..
In the last few weeks, we all heard Olaf Kolzig’s name once.
Will he be traded ?? Is he done in Washington ??
Head coach Wayne Gretzky will make his return to the bench tonight against the San Jose Sharks.
It’s just about half way through the season, and here are the top ten players mid-way through the season.
Are all you hockey rumor junkies ready for this one??? Ok, all of you probably know who Bruce Garrioch (Ottawa Sun sports columnist) is… Well him and some of the FAN 590 crew are reporting that the Sens might be getting some big help by the end of january…
Alot of a deal was made about guys like Gonchar, and guys like Curtis Joseph were made an after thought. Who won? Who lost?
Darcy Tucker has been handed a $2 500 fine for hittinga New Jersey Devils player with his (the Devils Players) helmet. Many believe Tucker should’ve been handed a suspension.
Alright well I guess this Post is for the Ranger fans. Since the Rangers have lost 4 of their last 5 I am starting to figure that they need a small mix to change things up and get them going again.
I’m not asking for any big name players by giving up youth like the old times. These are some good moves that need to be made in order to change things up a little and bring in a fresh face.
The Canadian entry at the World Junior Championships opened yesterday with a win over Finland. The game was played in Vancouver’s Pacific Coliseum in front of a crowd firmly in the host’s favour.
I do this for fun, and decide who I would’ve picked for the Olympic team in certain years. I believe the 2002 team was perfect, and I submitted my 2006 team already, so I skipped those two. I often say it would’ve taken a monkey or Bobby Clarke for Canada to lose in the Olympics. It’s true, the only person not to pick a winning team with professionals in the Olympics is Bobby Clarke. Although considering Wayne Gretzky is the only person to win, that’s not saying much.