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Prospects Playoff Update

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The Maple Leafs prospects began their playoffs last week. Here is a weekly update on how they and their teams are doing.

Ontario Hockey League:
Sam Carrick and the Brampton Battalion lead Josh Leivo and the Sudbury Wolves 2-0. Carrick has three points in the first two games and is tied for the team lead in points. Leivo has one goal in the first two games.

First round pick Stuart Percy has one point in the first two games as the Mississauga St. Michaels Majors and Barrie Colts are tied at 1-1.

In the ...

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Win Tonight With TMLtalk

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During tonight’s #TMLtalk chat on Twitter you could have the LGCanada #TMLtalk Tweet Of The Night.  All you need to do is use #TMLtalk in your game tweets to enter.

If you have the LGCanada #TMLtalk TOTN you win a signed Leafs jersey and a spot for you and a guest to attend the LG Fanbassador event at Real Sports Bar & Grill on March 29. While at Real Sports, two winners will win tickets to the Leafs vs. Flyers game that night at the ACC.

You can enter the LG Fanbassador contest ...

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Latest With Leafs Prospects

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With the Canadian Hockey League playoffs starting this weekend, there are quite a few Leafs prospects who will be taking part in the run to the Memorial Cup in Shawinigan, Quebec May 18-27.

We will start in the WHL where both players who are property of the Blue and White will see postseason action.

Forward Josh Nicholls missed time earlier this season with an injury but he has been on a tear heading into the start of the playoffs having recorded eight points in the last three games. Nicholls finished the season with ...

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Foes consider Ross a ‘Brother Tucker’ or something very close.

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Bradley Ross positions himself in front of the net in an exhibition game against Chicago.

It’s the story Mike Johnston reaches for when you ask the Portland Winterhawks’ coach about the Leafs newest signee Brad Ross.

“Two years ago there was a pre-season tournament in Everett (Was.) and they needed another team to round it out,” Johnston said. “The Soo Greyhounds came out.

“We were down 5-1 in our game against them and that night Brad Ross took 40 minutes in penalties. He fought guys. He ran over guys. He was an ...

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Kulemin Out With Broken Finger

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The tough season for Nikolai Kulemin continued Thursday when it was announced that he will be out for three weeks with a broken finger suffered in the loss Tuesday against Florida. Kulemin joins Mike Brown and Joffrey Lupul on the injured list.

This season has been the worst of Kulemin’s career as he has recorded just seven goals and 28 points one year after being a 30-goal scorer. Prior to his injury, Kulemin had recorded three points in the last 10 games.

With the injuries to Kulemin and Lupul the Leafs top two ...

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Goo-Goo-Kachoo Mrs Robinson and other hockey truths.

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Korbinian Holzer has twice represented Germany at the World Championship but he is anxious for his first North American playoff.

“Where have you gone Joe DiMaggio, a nation turns its lonely eyes to you.”

Forty-two years after Paul Simon penned those rueful lyrics, the words to Mrs. Robinson have a new spin. With the big club’s playoff hopes crippled by a disastrous February and early March, Leafs Nation is turning its gaze to the AHL Marlies.

The Marlies have won 31 of 62 games and taken points in seven shootout or overtime ...

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What to do when all seems lost

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Barring a magnificent, barely imaginable miracle, the Maple Leafs will not qualify for the post-season.

They have won just two of their last 16 games in regulation.  It’s tough to gain ground when you bank only six of a possible 32 points.

After a heady early and mid-season, the team and the millions of people who follow it have returned to walk the same barren patch of ground for the seventh straight year.

The bitter taste of seasons lost is back: one part disappointment, one part resignation, one part bile. Look not to ...

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Win A Jersey Tonight!

During tonight’s #TMLtalk you could win a Maple Leafs jersey by having the RE/MAX #TMLtalk Tweet Of The Night.

You can also enter to win a RE/MAX road hockey game on your street with nine of your friends and members of the Maple Leafs.

To be eligible tonight make sure that you are following @mapleleafs on Twitter and include #TMLtalk in your tweets to have a chance to win.

There are some rules and regulations for the RE/MAX #TMLtalk Tweet Of The Night that you need to know so please read them.

 

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Good news, bad news: Marlies sure bet to make playoffs…

Joe Colborne could go a long way in erasing the memory of his up and down regular season.

 

Good news, bad news, good news.

Brian Burke has long asserted that his team needed to stride manfully into the playoffs and bloody some noses when it got there.

The Toronto Marlies are playoff bound. Despite a month-long pattern of just treading water the Marlies lead the AHL’s North Division with a 34-21-4 record.

They may be the only one of Burke’s teams to bloody an opponent. Perhaps you’ve heard:  the Leafs have won just one ...

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Grabovski signing great for team, bad for stick-makers

You figure to be seeing a whole lot more of this.

What you need to know about Mikhail Grabovski can be summed up in the following story.

When he was a kid, maybe eight years old, Grabovski was gifted with a hockey stick. It was a new Titan. The white paint was soon worn off from use.

Hockey sticks didn’t fall from the skies for a kid from a working class family in Belarus. His parents waited until Christmas to give him the stick.

“I had it for a year and I was ...

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