Toronto Maple Leafs News & Notes: November 28, 2013

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Things just aren’t going right for the Toronto Maple Leafs these days.

After last night’s devastating loss to the Pittsburgh Penguins, the Leafs will look to rebound tomorrow night against the Buffalo Sabres. With a shellacking from the Columbus Blue Jackets and a meltdown against the Penguins in the past two games, the Leafs need to learn to play a full 60-minute game sooner rather than later.

Here are the news and notes of the day.

Top 10 ’24/7′ Characters: Kessel and Bozak

It will definitely be interesting to see how the normally non-talkative Phil Kessel will be showcased on 24/7. From Kristina Rutherford of Sportsnet.ca

Leafs Sign Gauthier To Three-Year Deal

The second step to Frederik Gauthier becoming an NHLer has been completed. Gauthier looks to be the future of the Leafs center position and he’s doing well so far. From mapleleafs.nhl.com.

Maple Leafs Coach Randy Carlyle Less Than Thrilled With Refs

After the Penguins fifth goal last night, it’s no surprise. From Rob Longley of the Toronto Sun

Toronto Maple Leafs: Players Exceeding Expectations

A look at five players who are, well, exceeding expectations. The Leafs could use some that right about now. From James Onusko of Bleacher Report.

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