It's game day. The Leafs host the Predators. That means everyone will be talking about the arrival of P.K. Subban.
There was only one game last night, Islanders vs. Bolts, and it was a shutout. I’ll let you guess who won.
Tampa Bay Lightning (@TBLightning) November 15, 2016
Rick DiPetro was named the 100th Star of the game.
Rick DePietro is finally a star. pic.twitter.com/5r2xvMzdzp— Pension Plan Puppets (@PPPLeafs) November 15, 2016
What to expect when you’re expecting (goals) - Arvind
How exactly does one expect goals?
Adam Brooks Named WHL player of the week - MLHS
The recognition comes as confirmation that Brooks is off and running in his final junior season.
Soshnikov Is An Option For Nylander-Matthews Line - Editor In Leaf
With the documented offensive struggles of Nylander/Matthews, Toronto Maple Leafs coach Mike Babcock should explore playing Nikita Soshnikov with them.
Snoop Dog and Maple Leafs Battle Over "Leafs" Trademark — The Fashion Law
The opposition states that the rapper’s "use of the LEAFS BY SNOOP plus design mark first began 90 years after the Maple Leafs' first use of their LEAFS marks.
The Hamburglar is going to lose access to his free Big Macs for life.
With a couple of teams looking at goaltending help, hearing OTT is testing the market on Andrew Hammond. We'll see what evolves.— Elliotte Friedman (@FriedgeHNIC) November 14, 2016
Why did the Coyotes seek out ASU and the East Valley? - Five For Howling
Traffic and relationships with public entities are among the reasons for the shift.
IIHF will come up with the 2018 Olympic money for NHL players - Sportsnet
The International Ice Hockey Federation will come up with the money to cover insurance and transportation costs if NHL players go to the 2018 Olympics, president Rene Fasel told Sportsnet on Monday night.
Under financial pressure, Russia’s KHL considers cutting teams - The G&M
The Kontinental Hockey League, widely considered the world’s strongest hockey competition outside the NHL, is considering cutting teams because of financial pressure.
Canadian gay curling leagues have blossomed in recent decades - New York Times
"It has a passionate following among those who have come out of the closet, and brought their brooms with them."