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The Leafs opened their season on Thursday with a big win over division rival Montreal.  It was the first home opener win since 2000.  One game isn't enough though.  The Leafs opened the 2008-09 season with a win over defending Stanley Cup champs Detroit, only to lose five straight and finish October 4-7.  I demand better.  The Buds need to come out strong against a weakened Ottawa Senators squad, who will be missing their top offensive player.  Expect Phil Kessel, known Sens killer, to see a lot of ice time.  Oh, and Orr - Carkner V...duh.

 

Links after the jump

Saturday links:

Predicting the 2010-11 NHL Season

New DGB

Wilson: Komisarel still 'a work in progress'

Mirtle with some of Ron Dub's comments after Thursday's game.

Game in 10 - Game 1

Leafs HQ with some quick hits on the season opener.

Game in Six Sentences

Eyebleaf writes about game one.

Season Opener: Canadiens @ Maple Leafs

Slave Duris of Under the Helmet tracked scoring chances throughout the game.

10 good things about the Maple Leafs looking forward

Vintage Leaf Memories has some positive thoughts on the Buds.

First Leaf Goals of the Year: 1995-2010

mf37 looks at Toronto's earliest performers.

Goaltending the difference in Win #1

Mike from Budblog with a little blurb on good goaltending.

Josh Nicholls out with a concussion

MLHS updates the health of the young prospect.

Hitting from Behind: How is this still a debate?

More on the Nicholls hit from Puckworlds, with video.

Ondrej Pavelec collapses, rushed to hospital

Wysh with the big story of the night.

Introducing the NHL Writers League...

Some guy named PPP is fighting for the honor of all PPPdom over at fanduel.

Let's Go Streaking

Yakov puts the battle in Battle of Ontario

Maple Leafs 2010-2011: Game One!

Jr. shares his musings on Thursday's game.

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