NHL games begin again tomorrow, but the Leafs have to wait through one more postponed game.
That being the Covid test they all had to take to attend this first practice post break.
Kyle Dubas went shopping for bargains in the summer, which ones were the best deals.
It’s long past time the NHL understood their responsibility to the game and to the players of our new age.
Not a kitten is stirring, not even in the PPP secure kitten containment area.
Today should have been the next gen game, but it's not, because, you know why.
And a hockey fight for the ages
The games that aren’t being played, and some make-up-scheduled dates.
A lot has happened in the last five days.
The annual post-Christmas tradition returns to Alberta on Boxing Day.
The league will be "paused" starting tonight, and is reportedly booking venues to make up games during what would have been the Olympic break.
and the NHL’s future at the Olympics.
The NHL are postponing all cross-border games.
Some good news!
We quickly discuss the major NHL news over the last week
The NHL won’t, quite, pull the plug.
The Leafs still just have just four positive cases.
The Saturday game which was to be on Hockey Night in Canada is postponed to a later date. Sunday night’s game is also postponed.
Leafs now have four players in COVID protocol.
Meanwhile, they seem to have paused ticket sales on later games.
The Marlies fall 4-2 to the Syracuse Crunch for their third loss in a row.
Will the game go ahead?
This isn’t just a salary issue, because of the postponed game, it actually works out to only four games missed for Spezza.
The Leafs’ annual Western Canada road trip makes the annual Vancouver stop tomorrow before a visit to its expansion city across the border in Seattle on Sunday.
Did they finally age out of the playoffs?