Well, the tank strengthens if Kadri is out. The Leafs have just four games left on the season and as Kadri is a repeat offender, we could see him gone for those four games. Do I think he'll get that? No, but it's possible.
Here's Winging it in Motowns take on things: Nazem Kadri to have hearing with NHL for cross-checking Luke Glendening - Winging It In Motown.
Toronto Maple Leafs Nazem Kadri Getting a Bad Rep
Toronto Maple Leafs Nazem Kadri has been getting a bad rep recently. The mounting diving/embellishing penalties, and lack of calls for Kadri, are frustrating both Naz and Coach Mike Babcock.
Maple Leafs Prospect Jeremy Bracco Lost In The Shadows
Lost in the large shadow that the Toronto Maple Leafs cast, Kitchener Rangers forward – and Maple Leafs 2015 3rd round pick – Jeremy Bracco enjoyed a nice rookie season in the Ontario Hockey League.
Some exciting news slapped Toronto Maple Leafs fans across the face on Friday night when top prospect Andrew Nielsen’s WHL season with the Lethbridge Hurricanes was over. Wait.. I did say exciting right?
According to Toronto Sun’s Terry Koshan, Nielsen will be joining the Toronto Marlies for the final few regular season games.
Down Goes Brown: What if we voted for the Hart Trophy the way we do the Jack Adams?
Voters rarely honour guys like Mike Babcock or Joel Quenneville who are consistently good year in and year out, instead preferring candidates who’ve seen their teams make unexpected jumps in the standings. While other award voters tend to like to see winners who’ve "paid their dues" before being honoured, the Jack Adams often goes to coaches who have just stepped into new jobs, even including rookies making their NHL debuts.
Ice not nice at Barclays Center, so special agent Dan Craig is on the case - Lighthouse Hockey
I'm giving you seven days to clear this ice or I'll have your gun and license to kill on my desk, 007.
Steven Stamkos to undergo vascular surgery, out 1-3 months - Raw Charge
With the playoffs starting in less than two weeks, the Bolts lose yet another player to a long-term injury.
How much is hockey becoming a truly international sport?
I came across a YouTube video from 2012 – before this blog was created – on the Anaheim Ducks hosting a clinic for a Mexican youth hockey team at the National Hockey League team’s California practice facility.
I don’t know if the Ducks have repeated this endeavor – I’m waiting to hear back from the team. Hello? But it wouldn’t surprise me if this one clinic helped spur more interest in hockey south of the border and benefit Mexico’s national hockey program.
Enjoy your day people. I"m heading to the Leafs/Panthers game tonight. It's the kids first ever Leafs game, going to be exciting.