1. McCabe Has Last Laugh Against Former Leafs, Wins It in OT

    Bryan McCabe didn't pass up the opportunity to stick it to his former team, the Maple Leafs. The ex-Leafs defense-man, using teammate Nathan Horton as a decoy, blasted a shot through ...

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  2. Craig Hartsburg Fired in Ottawa: Cory Coulson Named Interim Coach

    Cory Clouston was named interim head coach of the Ottawa Senators this morning, following the firing of head coach Craig Hartsburg. Hartsburg leaves after just 48 games behind the Senators bench...

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  3. Toronto Maple Leafs Honour Gilmour, Beat Pittsburgh Penguins

    Toronto forward Jason Blake scored with less than ten minutes left in the third period to break a 4-4 tie to propel the Maple Leafs to an exciting 5-4 victory over the visiting Pittsburgh Penguins...

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  4. Maple Leafs Suffers Bad Break with Tomas Kaberle's Injury

    Maple Leafs defense-man Tomas Kaberle will be sidelined for the next four to six weeks with a broken right hand. He suffered the injury during Toronto's 7-4 victory in Denver on Thursday...

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  5. Avalanche-Maple Leafs: Andrew Raycroft Gets Roughed Up by Toronto

    There's something about the Toronto Maple Leafs that brings out the worst in Andrew Raycroft. The Colorado Avalanche net minder was roughed up by his former team on Thursday as the ...

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  6. Avalanche-Maple Leafs: Andrew Raycroft, Darcy Tucker To Meet Old Team

    There will be some bottled-up emotion when Colorado plays host to Toronto at the Pepsi Center on Thursday. Two former Maple Leafs, goalie Andrew Raycroft and winger Darcy Tucker, will be meeting ...

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  7. Pogge Flops in His Second Start With Leafs, Fall 6-1 to Wild

    Not the standup effort Toronto coach Ron Wilson was looking for from Justin Pogge. Pogge, making his second NHL start, was guilty of going down too early and often, as Toronto fell 6-1 to the Minnesota Wild on Tuesday...

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  8. Ryder Hits The Target Against Toskala, Bruins Beat Leafs, 4-3, In Shootout

    A nine percent accuracy in shootouts didn't deter coach Claude Julien from using sniper Michael Ryder against the Maple Leafs...

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  9. The Puck Stops Here for the Western All-Stars

    In the second of a two-part series involving my selections for next weekend's NHL All-Star Game in Montreal, we head to the league's Western Conference where there is no shortage of talent...

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  10. It Should Be One Ko-Valev of an NHL All-Star Game for Eastern Conference

    I know that the players for next week's NHL All-Star Game held at the Bell Center in Montreal have been selected by the fans and coaches. But, I thought it would be fun to choose my own team(s) if given the opportunity...

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  11. Zaun Finds New Nest; Signs With Orioles

    A member of the Blue Jays catching fraternity flew the coop today. Gregg Zaun has reached agreement on a one-year contract, pending a physical, with the Baltimore Orioles on Friday...

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  12. Jason Blake Enjoys Career Night against 'Canes and Ex-Coach

    It wasn't the revenge Paul Maurice envisioned against his former team. Jason Blake, however, reveled in the reunion. Blake recorded a career high five-point night as the Toronto Maple Leafs held off the Carolina Hurricanes, 6-4, in Raleigh Thursday...

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  13. Panthers-Leafs: Bryan McCabe Showered with Boos as Toronto Doused 4-2

    The boo birds weren't solely for returning blueliner Bryan McCabe. Maple Leafs fans had plenty of other reasons to voice their displeasure, as Toronto looked listless in a 4-2 loss ...

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  14. Pat Quinn Coming to the NHL's Ottawa Senators?

    Could the man who guided Team Canada Juniors to a gold medal remain in the nation's capital? It may be a stretch, but don't be surprised if the venerable Pat Quinn returns to the NHL with the ...

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  15. Leafs-Thrashers: Toronto Edges Atlanta in OT, 4-3; Cujo Gets Win No. 450

    It's been nearly nine months since 41-year-old, netminder Curits Joseph enjoyed the sweet taste of victory between NHL pipes...

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  16. NHL Christmas Report, Part One: Eastern Conference

    As 30 NHL teams enjoy a much needed two-day Christmas break, let's take a look at some of those individuals and teams which have surprised and disappointed us thus far in a two-day, two-part series...

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  17. Maple Leafs-Stars: Not So Merry For Toronto as Dallas Wins 8-2 Rout

    The Dallas Stars had a pre-Christmas feast down at the Air Canada Center on Tuesday. The Stars scored at will en route to a 8-2 drubbing over a road-weary Toronto Maple Leafs squad...

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  18. Toronto Turning Over New Leaf: Justin Pogge Makes Debut

    We likely witnessed the beginning of one NHL career and the end to another in Atlanta last night. Toronto Maple Leafs callup Justin Pogge made his NHL debut against the Thrashers...

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  19. Leafs Rout Pens: Kaberle Has Three Helpers

    The boys in blue and white were better than those in the powder blue uniforms at the Mellon Arena on Saturday...

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  20. Special K's: Leafs Get Beaten By B's Krecji and Kessel; Van Ryn Hurt Again

    It was deja vu for the Toronto Maple Leafs in Beantown Thursday night. For the second time in as many trips to Boston, Toronto allowed a Bruins forward to register three goals as the Maple Leafs fell 8-5 before 17,565 onlookers at the TD Banknorth Garden.

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  21. Sundin Going West To Vancouver

    According to suggested reports from the Fan 590's Prime Time Sports in Toronto, Mats Sundin has agreed in principle to sign with the Vancouver Canucks...

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  22. Toronto Maple Leafs Face Bruins Tonight Looking for Fourth Straight Victory

    The Toronto Maple Leafs will endeavor to climb over the .500 mark this season when they visit the TD Banknorth Garden in Boston to play the Bruins...

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  23. Maple Leafs: Should We Settle For Mediocrity?

    Raise your right hand Maple Leaf fans if you thought 30 games into the 2008-09 regular season you're team would be at the .500 mark...

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  24. Leafs-Devils: Toronto Spins Past New Jersey in Shootout

    Just in like their first meeting, the New Jersey Devils and Toronto Maple Leafs needed a shootout to decide a winner. And, as was the case back on Oct. 29, the Leafs came away with the extra point, beating the Devils at the Air Canada Center Tuesday...

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  25. Mats Sundin Saga: All Signs Point to Broadway

    It appears unlikely that Mats Sundin will be heading west to Vancouver to resume his fading NHL career. Last night, TSN and ESPN reported the former captain of the Toronto Maple Leafs ...

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