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FTB: Segababa time for the Leafs

Will they win again tonight, or fall to the curse of the segababa?

NHL: SEP 29 Preseason - Maple Leafs at Senators Photo by Richard A. Whittaker/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images

The Maple Leafs pre-season is slowly coming to an end, with only two games left, one tonight, and the final game on Saturday. Yes, that’s right, it’s a segababa tonight. Watch at your own risk.

Last night, they deftly handled the Ottawa Senators, winning 3-1. Here’s our recap of the game

Here’s the first goal by Engvall, it’s a pretty good shot.

And we all love Jack.

Two players were reassigned to the Marlies yesterday. We might get a bunch more today.

Other News

The fallout continued from the comments by Robin Lehner about the use of prescription drugs in the NHL. Alain Vigneault went to bat for himself, denying any wrong doing. Lehner has also clarified his comments that they were not all specifically about Vigneault, but he still really does not like him.

Alain Vigneault responds to Robin Lehner’s claims of Philadelphia Flyers distributing pills to players - Broad Street Hockey
Golden Knights goaltender Robin Lehner put Alain Vigneault and the Flyers on blast with the belief that the team is distributing highly addictive drugs to its players.

The Flyers let JvR handle the tough questions as the NHLPA rep for the team.

Gary Bettman speaks on Robin Lehner tweets, Jack Eichel situation - Sportsnet
[AUDIO] Gary Bettman joined The Jeff Marek Show on Monday and talked about Robin Lehner’s weekend tweets, the Jack Eichel situation, and more.

Nashville Predators assistant Todd Richards recovering from heart attack - TSN.ca
“He is expected to make a complete recovery,” the Predators wrote on social media. “We will offer an update on his return to the team when we have more information.”

Crosby, McDavid, Pietrangelo named to initial Canadian Olympic hockey roster - CBC Sports
List of about 50 players under consideration for team due later this month.

Sabres appear headed toward woeful home attendance numbers if first two preseason games are any indication – The Athletic
It’s a dizzying freefall for a place once dubbed “Hockey Heaven.”

The Athletic Burned Through $95 Million Between 2019 and 2020 — The Information
The sports news and journalism site is seeking a buyer with a hoped for price tag of $750M.


Here’s our own Omar covering the All or Nothing Documentary for Yahoo Sports.