TORONTO, CANADA - SEPTEMBER 19: Tyler Bozak #42 and Nazem Kadri #43 of the Toronto Maple Leafs celebrate Tyler Bozak goal in front of Robin Lehner #40of the Ottawa Senators during preseason NHL action at the Air Canada Centre September 19, 2011 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. (Photo by Abelimages/Getty Images)
Hey gang, sorry for the tardiness - my bad. Anyway, Here are your links, starting with a recap of last night's efforts, and a focus on Bozak's strong game from James Mirtle:
"We kind of figured that it could potentially be a line combination," Kadri said. "We kind of started practising together a little bit and ever since then, we stuck it out and played the whole summer together ... We all got here early, started working together and it's paying off."
Yes, yes, yes. That's what want to hear. I don't think Frattin or Colborne are gonna get a sniff this year until someone gets injured. (Looks at Tim Connolly expectantly.)
Much more after the jump.
Recap: Leafs 4 Sens 2 | The LeafsNation
Chemmy shares his thoughts at TLN.
It's true I tend to sit on the floor during games (when I'm at home). I think it stems from the fact that I've always had terrible eyesight, but as a kid never wore my glasses (so uncool). Sometimes, my face would literally be inches from the screen. Story from Danny Gray at TLN.
Maple Leafs are in a different category than the so-called elite teams—at least for now...
Uh, yes. From Michael Langlois at VLM.
What if the NHL changed its nets and no one noticed?
Well I sure didn't, and neither did the Leafs. From Greg Wyshynski at PD.
The New Leafs Goal Song Is…
Jeffler with a few words on last night's game and a Youtube video of the song over at Leafs HQ.
Driving Play: Driving Play Season Preview
Guess where the Leafs fit in?
Other Hockey Links:
Mental illness often a byproduct of concussions - The Globe and Mail
The psychiatrist said he sees depression frequently in concussion patients – 30 per cent of patients exhibit it. They suffer from diminished motivation, impaired sleep, are withdrawn, have anxiety and have unfounded fears. From James Christie at the Globe.
Player types: The no-way forward
Cam Charron with the latest installment of "way" players at TLN.