bruins 6, maple leafs 2.

holy fuck that hurts. jesus christ. that is all. the stats.

  • wins: 4
  • losses: 2
  • shootout wins: 1
  • points: 9
  • The recap will tel this sad sad story. This thumping still stings as I publish this.

    Bruins shred Leafs in 6-2 win

    Thursday, 10.20.2011 / 11:23 PM

    BOSTON — After he juggled his forward lines for Wednesday’s practice, Boston Bruins coach Claude Julien was asked about his reasoning behind the maneuvers.

    Julien explained he didn’t know what he would get from the new combinations but that his old ones weren’t giving him enough.

    For one night at least, his offense provided plenty to work with. The Bruins got goals from six different players as they handed the Toronto Maple Leafs their first regulation defeat of the season with a 6-2 win at TD Garden.

    The Leafs dropped to 4-1-1, while the Bruins improved to 3-4-0.

    Tyler Seguin, who scored one of the Bruins’ goals and added two assists, enjoyed playing with new linemates Milan Lucic and Chris Kelly. He thought everyone benefited from the reconfigured top three lines.

    “I think it was definitely a good thing because no one really had too much chemistry,” the second-year center said. “When all the lines are mixed up, you kind of just focus on playing your best. And with that tonight everyone kind of just focused on your game and what they have to do in taking accountability and I think that’s why we were successful. Not thinking about the chemistry and just ‘I need to do my role’ and things will work out and that’s what happened tonight.”

    Coming off a disappointing 4-1 home loss to Carolina on Tuesday in which they accumulated 72 penalty minutes, the Bruins were determined to get back to playing hockey in order to make sure their early season dip in the standings didn’t last long.

    They showed their urgency by bouncing back from allowing Toronto to get the game’s first goal by scoring three times in the first period. The Bruins, who entered the game as the league’s lowest-scoring team, had scored more than two goals in a game just once in their first six games.

    “Obviously you want to get out of that hump I guess, as quick as possible so obviously there’s always urgency when things are going like that,” said Patrice Bergeron, who centered Brad Marchand and Nathan Horton for the first time and scored a goal on one of his game-high nine shots on net.

    “You want to get out of it [the slump], and we’re proud guys and we want to be on top every night obviously. So right now I think it is a good effort, but we’ve seen it too often in the past six games, that you have to be consistent and we need to have a good effort on Saturday as well.”

    The Bruins also put together a solid defensive effort by keeping NHL leading scorer Phil Kessel of the scoresheet. The former Bruin entered the game with 12 points in five contests but managed just one shot on net.

    “We know that he’s having a hell of a year so far, he is on top of the League and he is playing extremely well,” Boston captain Zdeno Chara said. “We were just trying to obviously play really tight and take away as much time and space for him.

    The Leaf, who played their first road game of the season after a 4-3 shootout win against Winnipeg in Toronto on Wednesday, got on the board first 7:29 in on a goal by Dave Steckel. However, their inability to shot down the Bruins’ slumping power play came back to bite them. Boston, which had been 2-for-24 on the power play, went up 2-1 on extra-man goals by Nathan Horton and Chara at 10:32 and 16:05. Chris Kelly added an even-strength goal before the period was through against Leafs goaltender Jonas Gustavsson, who finished with 37 saves on 43 shots in his regular-season debut.

    “The first 10 minutes we were OK and then when they scored the first goal we kind of … the air went out of the balloon,” Leafs coach Ron Wilson said. “We didn’t really give ‘The Monster’ [Gustavsson] much protection in front. We just didn’t have our legs. It was plain and simple.”

    The Leafs’ best chance to get back into the game came midway through the second period, when Mikhail Grabovski got behind the Bruins’ defense during a power play. However, Bruins goaltender Tim Thomas (26 saves) made a diving glove stop to keep the Bruins up by two goals.

    “It was 4-on-3, then 4-on-4, then 5-on-4, and I lost track of how many people were coming out of the box, so I didn’t bang my stick to give my D any warning,” Thomas said. “I kind of helped cause the breakaway, so I had extra motivation to stop that breakaway. I just really wanted to stop that one because I had kind of made a mistake beforehand.”

    At 2:08 if the third period, Lucic tapped in a feed on a 2-on-1 with Seguin. Bergeron and Seguin rounded out the Bruins’ scoring, while Grabovski added a late goal for Toronto.

    The Leafs have three more games left on their first trip of the season.

    “I think we had a few too many turnovers tonight, and weren’t tough enough in our own end, and the score showed because of it,” defenseman Luke Schenn said. “Like I said we’ll learn from it and, you know, we’re not going to dwell on this one too much. Obviously it would have been nice to beat the defending Stanley Cup champs, and you know, come in and start the road trip right, but we’re not going to dwell on it.”

    We’ll do better next game.

maple leafs 4, jets 3.

Awsome! It’s a shootout win and on a Wednesday even! I’ll take the 2 points, thanks.

  • wins: 4
  • losses: 1
  • shootout wins: 1
  • shootout losses: 0
  • points: 9

. That was fun. For some reason their was no recap posted for Wednesday’s game on thenhl mobile websiteso their won’t be one here, either. See you next game.

Avalanche 3, maple leafs 2.

This happened to be an overtime loss, but hey, I’ll take the point, I suppose. Here’s the stats.

  • wins: 3
  • losses: 1
  • shootout wins: 0
  • shootout losses: 0
  • points: 7

. Here’s the recap.

Avs keep rolling with OT win at Toronto Monday, 10.17.2011 / 11:00 PM TORONTO — It has been road sweet road for the Colorado Avalanche. After being shutout in their opening game of the season against the Detroit Red Wings, the Avs have rattled off 5 straight wins and are now perfect on the road after a 3-2 overtime victory against the host Toronto Maple Leafs on Monday night. David Jones was the hero scoring his team-leading fourth goal of the season on a rebound off of a Kyle Quincy point shot 1:11 into the extra session. The goal came after former Maple Leafs goaltender Jean-Sebastien Gigure stopped a Phil Kessel chance with a glove save at the other end of the ice. “It feels good to beat your old team,” said Giguere, who finished with 27 saves. “As a team, we played extremely well. It was the last game of a long road trip and we managed a way to get some energy. We should be really pleased. We are a pretty young team and it’s good to start like this on the road and get some confidence.” The Leafs forced overtime with time ticking down in the third, as Nikolai Kulemin pounced on Dion Phaneuf’s rebound and backhanded it past Giguere to make it 2-2. “I thought it was a big point. We battled back,” Phaneuf said. “We’re were down 2-1 going into the third … I thought it was a big goal late in the game to get that point and to push it to overtime. We’re not happy with the loss, but we’ll take that point and move forward.” Maple Leafs coach Ron Wilson pointed out that Kulemin carried out what he expects of his forward group. “He did what we’ve been encouraging our forwards to do — which is drive to the front of net and he got a rebound and score,” Wilson said. The Avs looked to be in control for the better part of the third before allowing the tying goal and entered the period with a 2-1 lead. Milan Hejduk broke a 1-1 tie with a power-play goal at the 14:14 mark, when his low shot from the top of the faceoff circle got by Leafs goaltender James Reimer thanks to a good screen by Jones, who was named the game’s first star. “This is really impressive after the loss at home,” Hejduk said. “We’ve come back with 5 straight (wins). It’s great for a young team. It builds up the confidence and we are looking forward to playing more games. We are getting the goaltending and scoring goals when we need them. It wasn’t our best game of the road trip, but we played a tough opponent and we did enough to win the hockey game.” Hejduk has now registered a point in four of Colorado’s first six games. Erik Johnson and Paul Stastny earned assists on Hejduk’s tally. Things are indeed clicking for Phil Kessel, who entered Monday’s game tied for the League lead in goals and points and he opened the scoring early in the second period, when he fooled Giguere with a wrist shot from 10 feet inside the blue line. The goal came just 19 seconds into the period. Toronto native Daniel Winnik evened the score just over 3 minutes later when he beat Reimer five-hole for his second goal in three games. The play was created by Ryan O’Reilly, who drove two Leaf defenders back towards their own goal as he made the pass, thus creating a screen for Winnik as he erased a 1-0 deficit. The Avs now return home and have a few days off before they host the Chicago Blackhawks on Thursday at the Pepsi Center. Toronto hosts Winnipeg on Wednesday.

See you next game.

maple leafs 3, flames 2.

Hey. It’s the 3rd win in a row for the 15th of october, yay! except for when it was 2 nothing middle of the 1st. We survived though and pulled out another win.

  • wins: 3
  • losses: 0
  • shootout wins: 0
  • shootout losses: 0
  • points: 6

. Let’s have the recap from that game.

Leafs stay perfect by beating Flames 3-2 Saturday, 10.15.2011 / 11:33 PM TORONTO — Both Phil Kessel and the Toronto Maple Leafs are off to hot starts. Kessel completed a three-point night with his second goal of the game, putting Toronto ahead 41 seconds into the third period as the Leafs rallied to beat the Calgary Flames 3-2 on Saturday night for their third win in as many games. Kessel, who had a hat trick last Saturday in the Leafs’ 6-5 win against Ottawa, snapped a 2-2 tie when he took a pass from defenseman Cody Franson on a give-and-go and beat Miikka Kiprusoff with a backhand deke for his fifth goal of the season. Kessel nearly cost the Leafs when he flipped the puck over the glass with 1:15 left in regulation for a delay of game penalty. But goalie James Reimer made the best of his 30 saves when he robbed Rene Bourque from the left circle in the final seconds after some fine passing by the Calgary. “James made some great saves for us and fortunately we got the win, I’m playing with some good linemates that give me the puck and right now we’re just clicking,” Kessel said. Leafs coach Ron Wilson is pleased with Kessel’s play at both ends of the ice. “He’s winning battles on the boards,” Wilson said. “He knows if we’ve got a lead, I’m confident to put him out there in the last minute in an empty-net situation. He’s been in better shape than he’s ever been and now he just has to maintain it.” The Leafs, who hadn’t played since the win against Ottawa, improved to 3-0-0. But unlike their first two wins, they had to play from behind in this one. Calgary, coming off a 4-1 win at Montreal on Thursday, jumped in front just 4:18 into the game when ex-Leaf Lee Stempniak circled the net to Reimer’s stick side and fed a pass across the crease to Curtis Glencross, who was parked at the far post. Glencross beat Reimer for his third goal in four games. It became 2-0 just 1:42 later when defenseman Scott Hannan took a pass from Niclas Hagman, took a few strides and beat Reimer high to the short side from the top of the left circle for his first of the season. That prompted Wilson to call his timeout. Reimer said the early deficit was somewhat of a mental hurdle that he had to get over. “When you get off to a start like that, there’s a whole whack of negative thoughts just piling in, everything negative that you can think of and it’s your job as a goaltender to block that out and slowly but surely you make that next save and hope that your team can battle back for you and sure enough they did,” he said. Reimer made a pair of big stops on Stempniak in the first minute of the second period, and the Leafs scored on the return rush. Kessel raced into the Flames’ zone, pulled up and sent a pass to Joffrey Lupul who was streaking in towards the middle of the ice. Lupul snapped a hard shot just over the left pad of Kiprusoff at 1:15 to get the Leafs on the board. Flames forward Alex Tanguay was disappointed with the missed opportunities. “Tonight we let them hang in there and it’s our own fault,” he said. “We feel we are giving up too many odd-man rushes and they are a team that likes to skate, they are extremely fast in their transition and tonight they took advantage three times and that was the difference in the game. “For us, we’ve got to get back in the groove of things; 1-3 is certainly not getting it done. It’s been a tough start, but we have a homestand and now we can make up for it.” Things began to get a little chippy towards the midway part of the second period – after a skirmish at the Leafs bench resulted in offsetting minors between Calgary captain Jarome Iginla and Toronto defenseman Mike Komisarek. The Flames also had to kill off a four-minute minor when Olli Jokinen drew a double minor for high sticking Leafs defenseman John-Michael Liles. The Leafs tied the game at 16:38 when Carl Gunnarsson sprung Kessel, who beat defenseman Chris Butler and while going to his knees fired a shot that beat Kiprusoff.

. See you next game.

maple leafs 6, Senators 5.

What a game for a saturday the 8th of october! I got the pleasure of listening to this entire game. Thanks am640.

  • wins: 1
  • losses: 0
  • shootout wins: 0
  • shootout losses: 0
  • points: 4

Here’s the recap from NHL’s mobile site.

Kessel’s hat trick helps Leafs hold off Senators 6-5

Saturday, 10.08.2011 / 10:35 PM

TORONTO — Phil Kessel’s third goal of the game with 2:19 remaining negated Ottawa’s third-period comeback as the Toronto Maple Leafs held off the Senators 6-5 on Saturday night to win for the second time in as many tries this season.

Kessel scored twice as the Leafs took a 4-0 lead after two periods, and Toronto led 5-1 when Colton Orr scored 2:52 into the third period. But the Senators got a pair of goals from Daniel Alfredsson sandwiched around one by Jason Spezza to cut Toronto’s four-goal lead to just one with 4:16 remaining.

Kessel completed his hat trick with what proved to be the winning goal when rookie Stephane da Costa beat James Reimer with 1:56 remaining.

It was the second time in as many nights that the Senators rallied after digging themselves a huge hole. They trailed 5-0 early in the third period at Detroit on Friday before losing 5-3.

After a sluggish start, the Maple Leafs opened the scoring at 12:58 of the first period when Mikhail Grabovski converted a slick pass from Nikolai Kulemin for a power-play goal. The Leafs gained momentum as the period went on, and added to their lead at 18:51 when Joffrey Lupul fed Kessel on a 2-on-1 and Kessel beat Craig Anderson.

Leafs’ captain Dion Phaneuf leveled Da Costa with a thundering open ice body check early in the second period, eliciting chants of “Dion, Dion” from the Air Canada Centre crowd. Chris Neil tried to rally the Senators by pummeling Luke Schenn, but received 17 minutes in penalties for his efforts.

The Leafs quickly capitalized on the power play, going up 3-0 at 7:56 when Lupul deflected John-Michael Liles’ point shot past Anderson. Kessel made it 4-0 on a fine individual effort at 18:49.

Colin Greening ended Reimer’s bid for a second straight shutout at 1:42 of the third, but Orr made a triumphant return to the ice with his 11th career goal, scoring in his first game back since suffering a season-ending concussion in January.

The winless Senators head home to prepare for their home opener Tuesday against Minnesota, while the undefeated Maple Leafs are off for a week before hosting the Flames next Saturday night. They will spend three days at Canadian Forces Base Trenton for team building activities and on-ice practice.

maple leafs 2, canadians 0.

I missed this game because I fail at remembering things. This was a great game Last night, 10/06/2011 as a season opener. But we did win.

  • wins: 1
  • losses: 0
  • shootout wins: 0
  • Shootout losses: 0
  • points: 2

. as a service this year, I’ll post the recaps from the nhl mobile site site since I feel like being nice. but if you want to hit the above link and find them yourself. Enjoy. Here we go.

Leafs open season by blanking Canadiens 2-0

Thursday, 10.06.2011 / 11:10 PM

TORONTO — Matthew Lombardi had a lot of time to think about how his return to the National Hockey League and his first game with the Toronto Maple Leafs would turn out.

First and foremost, Lombardi was just hoping that game would one day come as he struggled to recover from a concussion and neck injury that has kept him on the sidelines since last Oct. 13. But that day did indeed come — and Lombardi couldn’t have scripted it much better if he tried.

Lombardi’s shorthanded goal in the opening minute of the second period proved to be the winner thanks to a 32-save shutout performance from James Reimer in a 2-0 opening night Maple Leafs over the Montreal Canadiens on Thursday night.

But even though Lombardi got the personal glory of a goal, he said that was not the most satisfying part of his night.

“It was real nice to get in there, and it’s great to win,” Lombardi said. “It’s just a good feeling in here, the guys are excited. To be a part of that win is pretty cool because I’ve been sitting on the outside looking in for a long time. It’s nice to be a part of that and be a part of a team. It’s awesome.”

Reimer’s shutout also came under somewhat strenuous circumstances.

Firmly planted as the Leafs No. 1 goalie, Reimer will be under a fair amount of scrutiny at the start of the season to see if his strong play down the stretch last season — when Toronto was essentially out of the playoff race — can continue when the points at stake are more valuable.

Thursday night was an excellent first step toward proving just that.

“James starts right where he left off last year,” coach Ron Wilson said.

Leafs captain Dion Phaneuf also scored and added an assist to give the Leafs an opening night win over Montreal for the second consecutive year.

Goaltender Carey Price was just about the only member of the Canadiens to truly excel, even though he gave up two goals on just 18 shots.

Defenseman P.K. Subban had a particularly rough evening as he was caught up ice on Lombardi’s shorthanded goal and coughed up the puck on Phaneuf’s goal, leaving him with a deserved minus-2 rating.

“We dominated the first period, but our mistake at the start of the second when they got their shorthanded goal changed our style of game,” Montreal coach Jacques Martin said. “They used that goal to take advantage of the period on our turnover.”

The Leafs penalty kill not only killed all five Canadiens power plays, they finished a plus-1 on the night thanks to Lombardi’s shorthanded goal. A big reason for that success was obviously Reimer, but recent acquisition David Steckel had a huge role to play in that as well.

Brought in earlier this week via trade from New Jersey for his faceoff prowess, Steckel did just that by going 18-7 in the dot, including a 13-4 mark in the defensive zone.

“He’s a 60 to 65 percent winner and that’s a huge advantage, especially killing penalties,” Wilson said. “Every faceoff in our zone, as long as he wasn’t winded on the bench, I put him out there. It’s an advantage I haven’t had since I’ve been here, to have a real go-to guy for faceoffs.”

Not only did the Canadiens lose the game, they also lost newly acquired defenseman Chris Campoli when he limped off the ice to the dressing room just past the midway point of the second period. The team announced he had a lower-body injury and would be re-evaluated Friday.

Both the Canadiens and Maple Leafs took turns dominating the game through the first two periods, except Toronto actually capitalized to take a 1-0 lead into the third period.

“In the first period we played a simple game, we had a lot of puck support, we attacked the net, we put pucks on net,” Martin said. “In the second, we tried to play individually, and the Leafs benefitted.”

The Canadiens were flying in the first, outshooting the Leafs 14-4 and controlling the play territorially but not really making life particularly difficult for Reimer. Andrei Kostitsyn had the two best chances of the period, once getting to a puck that had trickled past Reimer into the crease a fraction of a second late, and later hitting a post.

It was a completely different Leafs team that came out for the second period, asserting themselves physically and forcing the Canadiens into turnovers.

“There wasn’t any panic, it was 0-0 after the first,” Phaneuf said. “We came in and said we knew we had better, we got that first period out of the way and I thought we really settled in and played well for the rest of the game.”

Montreal began the period on the power play, but Subban lost the puck deep in the offensive zone leaving his fellow point man Tomas Plekanec to defend a 2-on-1 led by Lombardi. Plekanec did well to force Lombardi to keep it and shoot, but Mike Brown controlled the rebound after it seemed to sit in the slot for an eternity and slid a pass to Lombardi, who had wheeled around the net. Lombardi’s high slot beat Price 33 seconds into the middle period.

“It just stayed there for me, it looked real good in front,” Lombardi said. “I was just real excited to get that one.”

The Leafs very nearly made it 2-0 just before the two-minute mark of the third, but Joffrey Lupul couldn’t put the puck over the outstretched glove of Price, who picked it right off the goal line.

The Leafs did make it 2-0 a few minutes later, though, when Subban’s attempted stretch pass was picked off by Lupul in the neutral zone. The puck went to Phil Kessel, who teed up a one-timer for Phaneuf, and his cannon from the high slot ticked off the crossbar and into the net at 4:42 of the third.

Toronto hosts the Ottawa Senators on Saturday in the second game of their season-opening four game homestand. The Canadiens head home for practice Friday before flying to Winnipeg on Saturday to serve as the visiting team for the official return of the Jets on Sunday.

. Enjoy and see you after the next game!

devels 2, maple leafs 1.

a team? where were they. the only people that were their were the fans, the goalie, and the coach.


  • Wins: 23

  • Losses: 32
  • Shootout Wins: 4

  • Shootout Losses: 3

  • Points: 52

maple leafs 5,islanders 3.

the recaps indicate this game rocked. hey US TV, give me my leafs TV, k? except you won’t ever do that, how sad.


  • Wins: 23

  • Losses: 31

  • Shootout Wins: 4

  • Shootout Losses: 3

  • Points: 51


related: welcome to clearing 50 points, now, the play offs? I still can’t find them.

maple leafs 3, hurricanes 0.

Oh, we actually understand the word defense and can still pull out a shutout? I’d never have realized.

  • Wins: 21
  • Losses: 30
  • Shootout Wins: 4
  • Shootout Losses: 3
  • Points: 47

maple leafs 5, ducks 2.

after that
ass kicking
that was the previous game, it was nice to see them bounce back like they did.
According to recaps, the ducks only played at most 12 minutes of *actual* hockey, and they can’t aford to lose many more if they wanna make the playoffs.
Whatever, we won, that’s the point here, right?


  • Wins: 19

  • Losses: 26

  • Shootout Wins: 3

  • Shootout Losses: 3

  • Points: 43

rangers 7, maple leafs 0.

ohmygod. welcome to being flattened, like a pancake.
Jesus christ.
That just… hurts. really bad.


  • Wins: 18

  • Losses: 26

  • Shootout Wins: 3

  • Shootout Losses: 3

  • Points: 41


related: once again I say, ouch.

flames 2, maple leafs 1.

Not really much to say here except ok, shootout loss, I can deal with, it’s still a point, IMO.


  • Wins: 18

  • Losses: 25

  • Shootout Wins: 3

  • Shootout Losses: 3

  • Points: 41


related: at least our shootout win/loss ratio’s a fuck of a lot better than our actual win/loss ratio. welcome to 3 and 3.

maple leafs 3, kings 2.

Welll hell.
we can win 3 in a row.
who knew.
It’s been what, the beginning of the season since we’ve done it?
you’ll have this.


  • Wins: 17

  • Losses: 24

  • Shootout Wins: 3

  • Shootout Losses: 2

  • Points: 38

maple leafs 9, thrashers 3.

I actually watched this one.
I thought we
squished
the Senators, but this time, we turned the thrashers into pancakes.
Anyone know where the maple syrup is?
If we actually continue to play like this, we might, key word might, have a hope in hell of making the 1st round of the playoffs.
I’m not holding my breath though, but I’ll enjoy it while it lasts, K? any questions? well, if you do, just have this.


  • Wins: 16

  • Losses: 24

  • Shootout Wins: 3

  • Shootout Losses: 2

  • Points: 36

bruins 2, maple leafs 1.

After the
serious ass kicking.
that was saturday’s game, where we beat the shit
out of Ottawa, we decided that going right back to losing monday would be fun.
Except, a note to the team, if you keep this up you aint makin’ the playoffs, k?
Stop this, right now.
for lack of anything else, have, this.


  • Wins: 14

  • Losses: 24

  • Shootout Wins: 2

  • Shootout Losses: 2

  • Points: 32

maple leafs 5, Senators 1.

Holy shit, welcome to squished, anyone?
the recaps show this one as one fuck of a game, with us actually playing, and playing to win, and holy shit, did we ever play to win.
More like stomp the Ottawa Senators right the fuck into the ground.
Where the fuck was this drive to win…. what…. a month ago?
Now, can we keep it up?


  • Wins: 14

  • Losses: 23

  • Shootout Wins: 2

  • Shootout Losses: 2

  • Points: 32

hurricanes 4, maple leafs 3.

I’m blaming the snow for this loss.
I think the team got left in new jersey.
Even if we played, something, got left in new jersey… you pick what.


  • Wins: 13

  • Losses: 22

  • Shootout Wins: 2

  • Shootout Losses: 2

  • Points: 30

maple leafs 4, devels 1.

Since james is at the parents housesitting, I used AM640 to follow this game, as for some reason I still haven’t mastered the shaw direct remote.
I need to actually have james or someone sighted sit down with me and walk me through the remote.
We put the smack down on right up until the 3rd period, then I really thought we were fucked.
We started giving up the puck, getting really shitty penalties, and gave up a goal, that me, being blind, could have stopped.
Hi, welcome to overconfidence.
We did answer it with a 4th goal, so we wun, for what it’s worth.
But next time, let’s play the entire game instead of slacking off in the 3rd, ok?
Oh, and another note, if we want a hope in hell of getting anywhere by finals time, let’s actually win a few more strung together games, k?
nuff said, have this.


  • Wins: 13

  • Losses: 21

  • Shootout Wins: 2

  • Shootout Losses: 2

  • Points: 30

Thrashers 6, maple leafs 3.

Ugh.
Another game lost, another game I slept through.
We sucked in the 1st period, continued sucking through the 2nd, rallied, for what it was worth, in the 3rd, and still lost.
I haven’t even had the inkling to put on the replay, the recaps via rss feeds hurt enough to read.
you’ll have this.


  • Wins: 12

  • Losses: 21

  • Shootout Wins: 2

  • Shootout Losses: 2

  • Points: 28

flames 5, maple leafs 2.

so I slept through the entirety of the actual game, then woke up for the replay. I wish I’d slept through that, to.
Good christ.
I’m selling my membership for a cup of coffee.
Wait, is the team really worth that much? Probably not.


  • Wins: 12

  • Losses: 19

  • Shootout Wins: 2

  • Shootout Losses: 2

  • Points: 28


related: I posted before
James
did this time. he’s over their sawing logs.

maple leafs 3, canadians 1.

Shit, we won, again? miracles do happen. sometimes.
why do all the nifty wicked cool games happen the nights I sleep through them?
Let’s see if we can win the game currently in progress, yeah?


  • Wins: 11

  • Losses: 17

  • Shootout Wins: 2

  • Shootout Losses: 2

  • Points: 26

the team missed the bus completely this time. oilers 5, maple leafs 0.

The bus left, but their was one problem.
Their was nobody, but the driver on it.
That’s about the size of thursday night’s game.
Can we redeem ourselves tonight?
My pizza money’s on a hell no!
But hey, we can dream, right?


  • Wins: 8

  • Losses: 16

  • Shootout Wins: 0

  • Shootout Losses: 2
  • Points: 20


Related: for christ sakes facebook readers, kindly shut up about my stats, or stop fuckin’ reading. thanks.

we found the back of the net, yay! maple leafs 4, stars 1.

Welcome to getting ahead and running like someone stuck a firecracker up our asses.
That’s how this is supposed to go.
and according to what I’m reading we’re not that far out of the playoff again, let’s see if we can actually get their this year, shall we?
related: the next person that bitches about my stats is gonna get beat with a clue by 9.
my points state 19, so does NHL’s, so stop your fuckin’ wining!


  • Wins: 8

  • Losses: 12

  • Shootout Wins: 0

  • Shootout Losses: 2

  • Points: 19

find the back of the net, ok? Canadians 2, Maple Leafs 0.

we played the hell outta this one, one problem, we can’t seem to figure out how to put the puck into the net.
Once we realize how this is done, we should, *should*, being the key thing here, start winning, again. maybe?
Now, montreal, kill some of your players, ok?

  • Wins: 7

  • Losses: 12

  • Shootout Wins: 0

  • Shootout Losses: 2

  • Points: 17

holy crap, we understand the concept of how to play and win? Maple Leafs 5, Predators 4.

Ok, so I’ll admit, I didn’t watch this one, why?? because technology decided to pick last night to explode, and cause 3 different types of headaches, more on that in another entry.
From the reviews and recaps I read this morning, we were getting our asses handed to us, (not surprised), by the end of the first then we figured out, wait, we wanna win, so handed out 4 unanswered goals to a nice, but small, win against the predditors.
We took another injury, again, we win, we lose a player, seems the norm of late.
Myopinion, if we can keep this up, let’s even out that win/loss ratio, yeah?
I’m not holding my breath, but let’s hope, maybe?


  • Wins: 6

  • Losses: 11

  • Shootout Wins: 0

  • Shootout Losses: 2

  • Points: 15