clock menu more-arrow no yes

Filed under:

FTB: A quiet weekend for the Maple Leafs

New, comments

Unless something happens with William Nylander...

Toronto Maple Leafs v Anaheim Ducks Photo by Sean M. Haffey/Getty Images

All is quiet for the Maple Leafs this weekend. They had a rare Saturday night off, and won’t play again until they face the Blue Jackets tomorrow.

If you are looking to watch some hockey today, the Marlies are heading over to the Scotiabank Arena for a game at 4:00 p.m. You can also go the MasterCard Centre and see the Furies play at 3:15 p.m. Don’t forget you can stream all the home games.

ICYMI

Here’s what we wrote about yesterday.

The 5-Game Maple Leafs Points Process, Episode 4: Winning most of the time is fun - Katya
With 20 games played, the Leafs are pretty much right where they were this time last year. Wait, that’s not true, is it?

Inferno beat Furies 7-4, Markham Thunder win - Nafio and Annie
Toronto scores 4 but gives up 7 while Markham takes 5 of 6 points on their road trip.

Other News

Zack Kassian has some anger management issues.

A Concussion Lawsuit Has Been Settled. A Commissioner’s Legacy Is Unclear. - The New York Times
In an essay, Ken Dryden contends that Gary Bettman needs to look beyond the NHL's legal victory last week if he truly cares how he is perceived years from now.

The NHL is doing everything it can to avoid another lockout - Larry Brooks
"We’re told the union is pressing for a change in the way Long Term Injury payments are calculated in the cap equation."

Leafs lifetime pass to Gardens donated to Hockey Hall Of Fame - Toronto Sun
Fred Robertson was awarded a lifetime pass to Maple Leaf Gardens by Conn Smythe in 1932. The pass is a medallion made of gold and it is now its way to the Hall of Fame.