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Toronto Maple Leafs News & Notes: October 30, 2013

Well that was an interesting game last night. The Edmonton Oilers fired all kinds of rubber at James Reimer but couldn’t beat him, and the Leafs’ quick-strike offense was at its best, led by the sensational Phil Kessel. At some point, the goaltending and high shooting percentages will regress, but we’ll worry about that when the time comes. Next up is the Calgary Flames who started the year off strongly, but have since faded, although they were able to beat the Washington Capitals in their last game on Saturday. They’ll have plenty of rest while the Leafs will need to keep the energy level high after playing last night.


Tyler Bozak is an awful top 6 center and here’s why

Steve Burtch of Pension Plan Puppets digs into the numbers and presents pretty compelling evidence that Tyler Bozak shouldn’t be anywhere near that top line.

The fallout of the Kessel and Seguin trades

Just when you start to think the Boston Bruins have capable management they do something stupid like trade Tyler Seguin. From Andrew Berkshire of Eyes On The Prize.

Like it or not, the hockey journalism world includes the blogosphere

Preach it, Adam Proteau. From The Hockey News.

Toronto Maple Leafs defenceman John-Michael Liles still has hope for NHL job

Some really interesting quotes from John-Michael Liles in this piece. Good to hear he’s staying positive despite being in the AHL. From Howard Berger for the National Post.

MLSE president Tim Leiweke promises Toronto Maple Leafs Stanley Cup parade, says Rob Ford is like ‘Tommy Boy’

This is where I insert the GIF of Stephen Colbert wearing 3D glasses and eating popcorn, right? From Sean Fitz-Gerald of the National Post.

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