James Reimer, good. Leafs offense, bad. The Leafs are simply incapable of beating a defensively orientated system team like Tampa Bay or Boston. I don't know if it's a personnel or a coaching matter, but it's got to change if the Leafs want to win more than 30 games in a season.
It never got any better from there.
he Lightning sent the Leafs off to a six-day all-star break on yet another a losing note, riding that early two-goal lead to a 2-0 win against a Toronto team that looked fatigued and listless from the drop of the opening face-off.
So I'm guessing no reporter confused him in the after game presser by suggesting the fans were upset with a hard working losing effort then. More links after the jump.
So he was a great pickup by Yzerman eh?
Game was pretty even except for the Armstrong, Versteeg, and Boyce line which got chewed up at evens.
VLM asks the question and if the answer is yes, better than when?
They chronicle the greatest games they've ever seen.
DGB with some info to help ease the pain for Sens fan.
Some SI writer doesn't like the Lightning's 1-3-1 system and somehow comes to the conclusion that it's the referee's fault. Ok then.