Well that was embarrassing. Last night’s 6-0 loss to the Columbus Blue Jackets was obviously the Toronto Maple Leafs’ worst loss of the season. On the bright side, it should be a huge wake-up call to the Leafs. They need to step up their game or they will fall down the standings fast. Now hopefully we can get onto some better news. Here’s the news and notes of the day.
This is gigantic news for the NHL. It also means the death knell for Wednesday Night Hockey on TSN. From The Canadian Press.
The Leafs on and off play in November has come back to bite them in the behind as it looks like Randy Carlyle might revert back to his old domineering ways. From Chris Johnston of Sportsnet.
Here we go again. Hopefully Joffrey Lupul can continue being the Leafs version of the six million dollar man and come back better than he was before. With his past history, it’s probably a sure thing. Let’s just hope he isn’t out long. From Lance Hornby of The Toronto Sun.
A good piece highlighting one of my favorite Leaf prospects and fellow Hamiltonian, Spencer Abbott. I’m hoping he plays for the Leafs one day. From Joe Yerdon of NHL.com.
Not surprising as the Leafs are the only team worth more than a billion dollars.From the National Post.
Topics: Toronto Maple Leafs