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Tell me if you've seen this sequence of events before:

The line of Mikhail Grabovski, Nikolai Kulemin, and Clarke MacArthur was the only one to score.

Luke Schenn is good at things like hockey.

Phil Kessel was stymied by a Bruins' goaltender.

Tuukka Rask was good.

Less than four goals were scored in the game (a Skinnyfish prediction), and the Leafs failed to capitalize on defensive lapses by the B's.

Leafs lose a yawner.

Folks talk about giving up draft picks.

Sigh. From Jonas Siegel:

"He had a lot of jump," said Tyler Bozak of Kessel, who directed fifteen shots at the net. "Right off the bat there he had a lot of scoring chances, seems to not go in for him too often against these guys. He’s always getting the chances [and] against a lot of other teams a lot of those chances go in.

"He’s just a little snake-bitten against these guys."

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One thing you may not have seen a million times already: James Reimer looked good in his second start. 

Leafs Links:

No Serious Trade Talks At This Point
The original article is from Lance Hornby of the Toronto Sun, but I think a number of folks around here are still frowny with that newspaper, so I've just linked to the Kukla's Korner summary.

Wilson's rants losing their bite

Mirtle is puzzled by Wilson's annoyance with the media.

Despite massive overhaul in personnel, Leafs stuck in neutral
Michale Langlois over at VLM with a few thoughts on the Bruins game, as well as some thoughts on the re-modeling of the Leafs.

Game In 10 – Game 38
Xterratu at LeafsHQ with another recap.

Tuukka Bounces Back: B's Beat Leafs 2-1
If you're interested in hearing the story told from the other side of the fence, head on over to Stanley Cup Full of Chowder for a game recap.

 

Other Hockey Links:

Canada to meet Russia for gold
If you happen to be some kind of amphibious or rodent-like creature that has been hiding under a rock for the past 24 hours, you should be aware that a bunch of teenagers from Canada beat a bunch of teenagers from the United States of America rather handily at the game of ice hockey. Of course, amphibians and reptiles north of the border simply call it 'hockey'.

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