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Is it confirmed we're going with 7D again?  Good old Randy "why have a 4th line?" Carlyle.

Doesn't sound like they really practiced today, but this is from yesterday:

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Jonas Siegel @jonasTSN1050  ·  Oct 24
Signs at practice point to Leafs using seven defencemen again vs. Boston. Won't know for certain until tomorrow though.

So we won't know for sure until the pre-game skate.

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The Leafs, Sens, and Habs will all have tributes prior to the game:

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To honor the brave soldiers who lost their lives this past week in Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu and Ottawa, and to show appreciation for the men and women whose selfless actions stopped the attackers and aided the victims, the Ottawa Senators, Montreal Canadiens and Toronto Maple Leafs will stage a coordinated tribute Saturday immediately preceding the 7 p.m. ET puck drops at their respective arenas.

The show of solidarity, to be staged simultaneously by the three Canadian teams hosting 7 p.m. ET games at Canadian Tire Centre in Kanata, Ontario, Bell Centre in Montreal and Air Canada Centre in Toronto, will be broadcast live on CBC, Sportsnet ONE, City, and TVA Sports in Canada and on NHL Network in the United States.

http://www.nhl.com/ice/news.htm?id=736014&navid=nhl:topheads

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4-5-0, 8 points | 3-3-1, 7 points

Projected Lines

Lucic-Krejci-Griffith
  Marchand-Bergeron-Smith 
Kelly-Soderberg-Eriksson
Paille-Campbell-Gagne

Seidenberg-Hamilton
Krug-McQuaid
Bartkowski-Trotman

Rask

             
JVR-Bozak-Kessel
Lupul-Kadri-Winnik
Komarov-Santorelli-Clarkson
Panik-Holland

Phaneuf-Franson
Gardiner-Robidas
Rielly-Polak
Percy

Bernier

Scratches

Matt Fraser
   Joe Morrow

      
Carter Ashton
Matt Frattin

Line-up Notes

BOS
•Rask will likely start for Boston
•No Chara for the Bruins, he'll miss 4-6 weeks with a knee injury
•Zach Trotman and Joe Morrow were recalled by Boston after the injury, it's expected Trotman will be the one playing

TOR
•No word on who starts until tomorrow morning, but I'm guessing Bernier
•David Alter wrote that Ashton was more involved at practice on Friday, a sign that he may be making his season debut


Injuries

•Zdeno Chara - Knee - Injured Reserve
•Kevan Miller - Upper Body - Injured Reserve
      
•Brandon Kozun - Ankle - Injured Reserve   
•David Booth - Foot - Injured Reserve

Statistical Leaders

Krejci - 2
Kelly - 2
Soderberg - 2

Krejci - 5
Kelly - 5
Lucic - 5

Krejci - 7
Kelly - 7
Soderberg - 6


Krejci - +4
Lucic - 26
 Bergeron - 61.0%
Chara - 21:41

Rask - 3
Rask - 2.91
Rask - .880
   
G

 

A

 

P

 


+/-
PIM
FO%
TOI/G

W
GAA
SA%
   
4 - Kessel
3 - Bozak
3 - JVR

5 - Komarov
4 - Kessel
4 - Bozak

8 - Kessel
7 - Bozak
5 - JVR


+3 - Phaneuf
14 - Phaneuf
53.2% - Bozak
22:55 - Phaneuf 

2 - Reimer
2.87 - Reimer
.915 - Bernier

Season Overview

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5
0
(11th)           8

(22nd)      2.33
(13th)      2.56
(16th)   19.2%
(19th)   78.8%

(11th)      30.7
(7th)      27.2
(6th)   54.8%

2-2-0
4-5-0
Los 1
   
W
L
OT
P

G/G
GA/G
PP%
PK%

S/G
SA/G
FO%

A | H
L10
Streak
   
3
3
1
7           (18th)

2.86      (14th)
3.00      (17th)
17.9%   (18th)
85.7%   (9th)

30.0      (15th)
34.0      (25th)
49.6%   (17th)

1-3-0
3-3-1
Won 1

Streaks

Krejci - 7 pts in last 5 GP
Lucic - 4 pts in last 2 GP
Kelly - 6 pts in last 5 GP
HOT
    Smith - 0 pts in last 4 GP
   COLD   
0 pts in last 3 GP - Lupul
0 pts in last 4 GP - Franson
0 pts in last 4 GP - Kadri
0 pts in last 5 GP - Rielly

Stream Options

http://www.reddit.com/r/NHLstreams
http://vaughnlive.tv/leafstreamer

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General NHL News & Views / Re: 2014-2015 Injuries Thread
« on: Yesterday at 11:38:50 AM »
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@drosennhl 

Flyers announce that Braydon Coburn and Andrew MacDonald are out 4 weeks with lower body injuries.

Wow, it's like Philly heard Boston's defence was almost as bad as theirs and they had to step their game up.

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All Sports But Hockey / Re: The Official TFC/Soccer thread
« on: Yesterday at 10:27:37 AM »
It's almost funny how many of Leiweke's "victories" blew up in his face.

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General NHL News & Views / Re: 2014-2015 Injuries Thread
« on: October 23, 2014, 11:38:54 PM »
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Aaron Ward ‏@TSNAaronWard  9 minutes ago
Bruins Zdeno Chara suspected left knee ligament injury.Expected out 4-6 weeks at which time they'll evaluate need for surgery or not. #TSN

Bruins defence now consists of:

Dennis Seidenberg
Doug Hamilton
Torey Krug
Matt Bartkowski
Adam McQuaid
Kevan Miller

And they've only been scoring 2.33 goals per game so far. Will be a very interesting month for Boston.

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Off-topic, but Colborne made a rare appearance in Elliotte Friedman's 30 thoughts this week:

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15. MacKinnon beat three-time Olympic short-track speed-skating gold medallist Charles Hamelin in a quick race set up by CCM. How much burst does Colorado’s tremendous forward have? A company called PowerScout hockey is starting to track both top speed and acceleration through a computer program that uses three cameras set up around a rink.

16. The sample size is small (one-to-six times per player), but growing, and PowerScout (for business reasons) won’t allow its videos to be posted. The data I did see was compelling. MacKinnon was not one of the quickest accelerators (Alexander Ovechkin was first among those tracked, followed by Erik Karlsson, Ryan Kesler and Taylor Hall), but only Carl Hagelin had a faster highest speed, at slightly above 37 kilometres per hour. MacKinnon was tied for second, with Phil Kessel. (You can see some of that information here)

17. Not yet public is tracking indicating how much a player skates at a pace above 20 kilometres per hour. I saw a little bit of that information. Only three men stayed at that speed more than 40 percent of the time with at least 10 minutes of five-on-five play. They were Hagelin (44.2 per cent of 13:36), Sidney Crosby (42.4 of 19:19) and Joe Colborne (41.7 of 12:29).

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Non-Hockey Chatter / Re: Shot Fired on Parliament Hill
« on: October 22, 2014, 04:21:03 PM »
Moved some things over here from the GDT. I would also ask that we take it down a level on the political talk. This isn't really the place for serious discussions on those topics.

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Moved some of the recent non-hockey talk to the thread about the shootings.

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when 9-11 happened I was in St.Thomas in the Virgin Islands on business.  Everyone was of course in shock except for one storekeeper, an older guy whom was going about business as usual.  I remember asking him why he was in normal mode and he said "If I shut down for one minute, I let those bastards win"  It has had a lasting impact on me.

This is a little different. That store likely wasn't a possible target for another attack and didn't need probably a hundred police officers guarding the building while it was operating.

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POSTPONED


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3-3-1, 7 points | 4-1-0, 8 points

Projected Lines

JVR-Bozak-Kessel
Lupul-Kadri-Winnik
Komarov-Santorelli-Clarkson
Panik-Holland

Phaneuf-Franson
Gardiner-Robidas
Rielly-Polak
Percy

Reimer

             
MacArthur-Turris-Stone
   Ryan-Zibanejad-Chiasson   
Michalek-Smith-Lazar
Hoffman-Legwand-Neil

Phillips-Karlsson
Wiercioch-Ceci
Gryba-Borowiecki

Anderson

Scratches

Matt Frattin
 Carter Ashton

      
Colin Greening
Erik Condra
Jared Cowen

Line-up Notes

TOR
•Reimer likely starts for the Leafs, has a 7-1-0 (1.12 GAA, .970 SA%, 2 SO) record in Ottawa
•There was no indication in the post-game presser that we'd see line-up changes, so expect 7 D again

OTT
•Anderson (2-1, 2.01, .939) likely starts for Ottawa

Injuries

•Brandon Kozun - Lower Body - Injured Reserve
•David Booth - Foot - Injured Reserve
      
•Marc Methot - Back - Injured Reserve               

Statistical Leaders

Kessel - 4
Bozak - 3
JVR - 3

Komarov - 5
Kessel - 4
Bozak - 4

Kessel - 8
Bozak - 7
JVR - 5


Phaneuf - +3
Phaneuf - 14
Bozak - 53.2%
    Phaneuf - 22:55

Reimer - 2
Reimer - 2.87
Bernier - .915
   
G

 

A

 

P

 


+/-
PIM
FO%
TOI/G

W
GAA
SA%
   
2 - Karlsson
2 - MacArthur
2 - Legwand

3 - Turris
2 - Karlsson
2 - MacArthur

4 - Karlsson
4 - MacArthur
4 - Turris


+3 - Neil
10 - Gryba
54.0% - Legwand
26:54 - Karlsson 

2 - Lehner
1.92 - Lehner
.950 - Lehner

Season Overview

3
3
1
(16th)           7

(15th)      2.85
(18th)      3.00
(16th)   17.9%
(12th)   85.7%

(13th)      30.0
(24th)      34.0
(17th)   49.6%

2-0-1
3-3-1
Won 1
   
W
L
OT
P

G/G
GA/G
PP%
PK%

S/G
SA/G
FO%

A | H
L10
Streak
   
4
1
0
8           (14th)

2.60      (17th)
2.00      (10th)
13.6%   (21st)
82.4%   (14th)

28.0      (22nd)
35.6      (27th)
49.4%   (20th)

2-0-0
4-1-0
Won 4

Streaks

HOT
4 pts in last 4 GP - Karlsson
3 pts in last 3 GP - MacArthur
Kadri - 0 pts in last 4 GP
   Franson - 0 pts in last 4 GP
Rielly - 0 pts in last 5 GP
   COLD   
0 pts in last 3 GP - Chiasson
0 pts in last 5 GP - Michalek
0 pts in last 5 GP - Zibanejad

Stream Options

http://www.reddit.com/r/NHLstreams
http://vaughnlive.tv/leafstreamer

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Does Kadri really thnk he has Tavares potential? He thinks rather highly of himself doesn't he?

Would you have rather he said "I'll never be as good as Tavares"?

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That was the weakest slash I've ever seen.

And then that happens obviously.

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If Carlyle's not playing the 4th line then we may as well go with 7 D. Lesser of two evils.

Love how they talked about playing the 4th line more in the summer though.

This will make it easier to fire him later.

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