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Maple Leafs turn James Reimer's return into 60-minute nightmare | Toronto Sun
"Fair to say that James Reimer has had better nights at the Air Canada Centre. Fair to say, as well, that Thursday’s contest against his former team had to mean a lot to the popular former Leafs goaltender, who suffered through six mostly lean seasons here."
Maple Leafs exuding confidence as they hit their stride | Sports Illustrated
"Unfazed by the pre-season predictions that wrote them off, the Maple Leafs have been racking up the goals—and some wins—to go with their growing swagger."
Young Maple Leafs have an opportunity to do something special | Sporpsnet
"With Frederik Andersen starting to show some form in goal, the league’s youngest team is suddenly starting to pile up victories."
Other hockey news
NWHL hit with bad news | The Fourth Period
Players will be taking a reduction in salary as the 2016-17 season continues.
What would NHL Awards look like using an MLB model? | Down Goes Brown
"Baseball has its reasons for handling awards that way. But what if the NHL did the same? How would hockey history look different if the sport gave out awards to the top vote-getter in each conference?"
2017 NHL Entry Draft Profile: Don’t Sleep on Nick Suzuki | The Blogger's Tribune
“Suzuki will be one of the youngest prospects in this year’s NHL entry draft – he won’t be 18 until two months after he’s drafted – and he has the potential to be a big-time sleeper in the 25-45 range.”
Stamkos has surgery for lateral meniscus tear in his knee | Raw Charge
Four. Month. Recovery.
'We’re trying to do things the right way' - The Guardian
Chayka’s Coyotes have endured a losing start – but the youngest GM in the league tells Josh Kloke that he’s not ready to abandon his data-driven approach just yet