December 01 2016 12:31PM
Photo Credit: Dan Hamilton/USA TODAY SPORTS
November is officially behind the Toronto Maple Leafs. Over the course of those 30 days, the team went 8-5-1 and gave everybody a heck of a lot to be excited about, even if that 7-0 loss to the Kings made life feel temporarily pointless. With December's games soon to be underway and the Leafs sitting a point out of a Wildcard spot, I figured it would be interesting to compare where the Leafs stand now to where they did before. We'll be breaking this up into two posts, with this one covering just the team's statistics. Let's dive in!
December 01 2016 09:00AM
Photo Credit: Isaiah J. Downing
A few short weeks ago, I suggested that the Canucks would be wise to make inroads on a long-term extension for Bo Horvat post-haste. The Canucks announced not long after that they'd signed Ben Hutton to a two-year extension.
Following the announcement of the Hutton deal, Horvat was brought up:
#Canucks GM Benning says management group will now focus on Horvat and they'd like a long term deal there, not bridge.— Dan Murphy (@sportsnetmurph) November 24, 2016
Music to many a Canucks fans ears!
Watch The Game Podcast
November 30 2016 03:29PM
Cam welcomes George Richards of the Miami Herald to the show to discuss the changes that transpired in Florida earlier this week, while Sam and Jeff discuss Andrew Shaw's continued breakdowns, the Predators turn around, Dougie Hamilton trade rumors and the Toronto Maple Leafs.
November 30 2016 11:21AM
Suffice it to say, the Jets struggled thus far this season in many areas. The normally average-to-strong shot metrics is a new one for the Jets.
To determine why, we compare how each of the Jets performed relative to their historic norm.
In this article, we investigate the Jets' forwards.
November 30 2016 11:02AM
It's that time of year again, where Forbes magazine publishes their best guess at what the values of every NHL team are, and people get into a big fuss over where their team is ranked. In recent years, those in Toronto were able to sit back and laugh while the team sat in the top seed, but last season, the Blue and White fell from the peak of the mountain. This year, they've remained in the Bronze Medalist position, trailing two fellow Eastern Conference teams.