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From the Front Page

Leafs 4, Islanders 3: Nylander and Soshnikov come up clutch - Pension Plan Puppets
Leafs of the Future take over the scoring as the Leafs beat the Islanders in the shootout.

Maple Leafs to host Red Wings in 'NHL Centennial Classic' outdoor game on New Years Day 2017 - Pension Plan Puppets
On Sunday January 1, 2017, the Maple Leafs will host the Red Wings at BMO Field.

Maple Leafs prospect Andreas Johnson finishes the season strong - Pension Plan Puppets
Johnson finished the SHL season sixth in points. Catch up on his full season and look ahead to his future.

P/60 is your friend - Pension Plan Puppets
Scrambles examines the impacts of even strength time-on-ice (TOI) on even strength points per 60 minutes (P/60).

Orlando Solar Bears in Toronto for 3 game series - Pension Plan Puppets
The Maple Leafs' ECHL affiliate kicked-off their first ever road-trip to the GTA with a practice at MasterCard Centre, unveiling special jerseys for their three game series this weekend against The Brampton Beast.

Around the League

Flyers in full control of playoff fate - Article - TSN

NHL: Kane allegations were ‘unfounded’ - Article - TSN

Isles likely to be without Halak for start of playoffs - Article - TSN

NHL doping policy raises doubts |
The NHL's scant record of catching drug cheats and refusal to let WADA test players for the World Cup casts doubt on the league's policy.

Red Wings’ streak in jeopardy |

After 24 straight postseason appearances, the Red Wings are no lock to make the playoffs in 2016.

Notebook: Draft age change in store?; Old fart World Cup team |

A proposal to raise NHL draft eligibility to 19 may gain traction; who would make a World Cup Over-35 team?

Sports Media Layoffs Continue - Toronto Sports Media Blog

"By no fault of their own, since Rogers took over the NHL broadcasts the ratings have plummeted. Everyone looked at last year as a one year thing but things are looking worse this year and with all 7 Canadian teams likely on the outside of the playoff picture it’s hard to imagine things improving any time soon."[Species] The "no fault of their own" is I would say false. They flat out paid too much for the NHL rights. That's 100% their fault. If the teams tanking would be so disastrous they took on way too much risk.