Category Archives: 2019 Blue and White Blog

Blue and White Blog Game 11: I’ll Be Watching the Raptors Tonight

Talkin’ Leafs Yeah I’m worried. Last night should’ve been a win for your Toronto Maple Leafs but evidently the team didn’t agree. CBJ isn’t the most talented team by any stretch but you could see that they wanted that win. We’re 10 games into the season and Toronto’s biggest problem has been the fact that their core four, Matthews, Marner,

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The Blue and White Blog Game 8 Versus The Great 8

Not gonna lie, I just realized there was a game tonight. If this game preview seems a little more slapped together, then usual I apologize.   LEAFS WIN! The offence ran wild in the second with four straight goals.#LeafsForever #FuelledByG @GatoradeCanada pic.twitter.com/w7vnYGmqZq — Toronto Maple Leafs (@MapleLeafs) October 16, 2019 The Maple Leafs rode a four goal second period to

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The Blue and White Blog Game 7: The Grind Line is Wild’n Out

What has gotten into Toronto’s bottom six? Leafs 5-on-5 goal leaders this season: 1. Matthews: 32. Mikheyev: 22. Gauthier: 22. Moore: 22. Kerfoot: 2 — Jonas Siegel (@jonassiegel) October 13, 2019 The third and fourth line just look downright lethal out there while the “top line” of Kapanen, Tavares and Marner look absolutely glacial by comparison. I’m sure that I

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The Blue and White Blog Game 6: MoTown, Mo Problems

It’s the four year anniversary of the greatest debut in Maple Leafs history.   Just a throwback to better days. If you haven’t been paying attention Toronto is having are having a rough time lately. Well a whole year actually. At 2-2-1, turns out the Leafs have been a .500 for longer than you’d expect. The Leafs have won 30

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The Blue and White Blog Game 5: Rumble in the Atlantic

Monday night’s game versus St. Louis was a tough one. I actually thought that it was Toronto’s most complete games so far but sometimes you just lose to good teams. One of the silver linings from the loss is the continued solid play of William Nylander. 5v5 P/60 – Last 40GP Nylander* 2.38Marner 2.26Tkatchuk 2.18Meier 2.16Boeser 2.16Point 2.15Connor 2.09Aho 1.68Laine

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