Phil Kessel opened the scoring last night for the Pittsburgh Penguins in their game against the Arizona Coyotes by walking down the right side and firing far-side. Watch the former Leafs star's goal above.
Unlike the Leafs, the Marlies have started their season 2-0, with back-to-back wins against the Manitoba Moose. Today, Byron Froese played hero in regulation and in overtime. Catch the highlights above.
Tim Thompson, also known as @b0undless on Twitter and CBC's former famed music montage guy, put together this amazing ode to the Leafs. Here's Thompson explaining the video's meaning: "Sometimes a dream from the past, can bring hope to the future. This is a love letter about the Toronto Maple Leafs. From the team to their fans. And from the fans to their team. For any player who has ever put on the sweater. To those who will, down the road. And especially for the fans, whose undying love and hope endures. A footprint on the forever. The soundtrack is one of my favourite songs of all time. The song is called "Peace and Quiet" by Ron Hawkins & The Do Good Assassins. Ron is one of Canada's finest songwriters, a true national treasure. This track is from his album 'Garden Songs' which was released in 2014. The lyrics are below. Find out more about his work at ronhawkins.com. Sincerely, Tim Thompson" Watch the video above, titled The Maple Leafs Forever...
Breakdown of the Red Wings game winning goal.