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19-11-3, 41 pts | 22-9-2, 46 pts

Projected Lines

JVR-Bozak-Kessel
Winnik-Kadri-Santorelli
 Lupul-Holland-Clarkson
Booth-Smith-Panik

Phaneuf-Franson
Gardiner-Polak
Rielly-Robidas

Reimer

             
Saad-Toews-Hossa
Versteeg-Richards-Kane
Bickell-Shaw-Sharp
Carcillo-Kruger-Smith

Keith-Seabrook
Hjalmarsson-Oduya
Erixon-Rozsival

Raanta

Scratches

Leo Komarov
   Korbinian Holzer

      
Joakim Nordstrom
David Rundblad

Line-up Notes

TOR
•Reimer will likely start with Bernier starting and playing most of the Philly game
•Line-up combinations are anybody's guess, but I'm thinking Gardiner probably goes back in

CHI
•Antti Raanta will likely start with Crawford playing on Saturday
•Chicago's coming off a 3-2 shootout loss against Columbus

Injuries

        •Leo Komarov - Concussion - Day to day
      
•Trevor Van Riemsdyk - Leg - Injured Reserve


Stream Options

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Quote from: Twitter
Eric Prime ‏@PrimeSN590  10 minutes ago
Jake Gardiner getting extra reps this morning. Healthy scratch tonight?

Seems likely. Jake also agreed with Randy's description of his recent play.

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I can't see how he's been disappointing offensively.  He's 3rd on the team in defenseman scoring, 2nd in goal scoring, top 60 league-wide in defenseman points, and top 26 in goal scoring.  That's more than adequate, let alone for a player who's played little more than 100 NHL games.   If that's all we are getting from him 3 or 4 years from now, I'll be disappointed then.

He's scoring at a slightly lower rate than last season (26 points over 82 games this season vs. 30 pts over 82 games last season). 2nd seasons are usually a write-off though anyway.

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Bernier starts tonight. Reimer goes tomorrow on the road, in the 2nd game of a B2B, and against probably the best team in the league.

Isn't that what most teams do?  Start your #1 goalie against the soft team and play the backup against the tough ones?

Teams play their back-ups against us all the time, so going by that...

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Bernier starts tonight. Reimer goes tomorrow on the road, in the 2nd game of a B2B, and against probably the best team in the league.

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11-14-6, 28 pts | 19-10-3, 41 pts

Projected Lines

Raffl-Giroux-Voracek
Schenn-Laughton-Simmonds
Umberger-Coururier-Read
Rinaldo-Bellemare-Lecavalier

Grossman-Streit
Schenn-MacDonald
Schultz-Coburn

Emery

             
Lupul-Bozak-Kessel
JVR-Kadri-Santorelli
    Winnik-Holland-Clarkson   
Booth-Smith-Panik

Phaneuf-Franson
Gardiner-Polak
Rielly-Robidas

Bernier

Scratches

Carlo Colaiacovo
Michael Del Zotto
Chris VandeVelde

      
Leo Komarov   
Korbinian Holzer   

Game Notes

PHI
•Steve Mason went down with a back injury during practice on Friday and will not travel with the Flyers to Toronto
•Emery (5-4-1, 3.05 GAA, .899 Sv%) will start in his place with AHLer Rob Zepp filling in as back-up
•The Flyers have just 4 wins in their last 17 games
•This will be the first of 8-straight road games for the Flyers

TOR
•Bernier likely gets the start for the Leafs
•Carlyle kept his scrambled lines from the Carolina game, his practice lines sometimes don't make it to the games so it's possible they go back to JVR-Winnik-Lupul down the LW
•Some beat reporters are speculating that Gardiner could sit for Holzer after Carlyle called his recent play "erratic"
•For the Leafs this will be their last home game until January 7th

Injuries

       •Steve Mason - Back - Out Saturday
      
•Leo Komarov - Concussion - Day to day

Statistical Leaders

Simmonds - 14
Voracek - 12
Schenn - 9

Giroux - 27
Voracek - 26
Streit - 15

Voracek - 38
Giroux - 25
Simmonds - 22


Voracek - +9
Rinaldo - 37
  Giroux - 56.3%
Streit - 22:47

Mason - 6
Mason - 2.49
Mason  .921
   
G

 

A

 

P

 


+/-
PIM
FO%
TOI/G

W
GAA
Sv%
   
17 - Kessel
13 - JVR
12 - Bozak

17 - Kessel
16 - Santorelli
15 - Phaneuf

34 - Kessel
28 - JVR
27 - Bozak


+17 - Santorelli
58 - Phaneuf
54.8% - Bozak
23:31 - Phaneuf

13 - Bernier
2.55 - Bernier
.922 - Bernier

Season Overview

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14
6
(26th)         28

(17th)      2.61
(21st)      2.81
(5th)   24.0%
(29th)   75.5%

(21st)      29.3
(23rd)      31.2
(10th)   51.6%

3-9-3
3-4-3
Lost 2
   
W
L
OT
P

G/G
GA/G
PP%
PK%

S/G
SA/G
FO%

A | H
L10
Streak
   
19
10
3
41         (10th)

3.38      (1st)
2.81      (23rd)
20.5%   (10th)
83.5%   (10th)

30.1      (15th)
33.9      (27th)
49.7%   (15th)

14-7-0
8-2-0
Lost 1

Streaks

Giroux - 8 pts in 7 GP
Voracek - 5 pts in 5 GP
Simmonds - 4 pts in 4 GP
HOT
7 pts in 6 GP - Kessel
7 pts in 6 GP - JVR
Raffl - 1 pt in 6 GP
Umberger - 1 pt in 6 GP
Lecavaler - 0 pts in 6 GP
   COLD   
1 pt in 5 GP - Lupul
1 pt in 9 GP - Rielly
0 pts in 5 GP - Clarkson
0 pts in 6 GP - Gardiner   

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Main Leafs Hockey Talk / Re: Opening Forward Lines
« on: December 19, 2014, 11:53:15 AM »
The Leafs practiced with their scrambled lines from last night:

Lupul-Bozak-Kessel
JVR-Kadri-Santorelli
Winnik-Holland-Clarkson
Booth-Smith-Panik

Poor Holland. Winnik's a good possession player and all but doesn't have much in terms of hands/shot. He'd be better off with both the 4th lines wingers.

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Main Leafs Hockey Talk / Re: 2014/15 Leafs Injuries Thread
« on: December 19, 2014, 11:49:57 AM »
Quote from: Twitter
Chris Johnston ‏@reporterchris  13 minutes ago
Leo Komarov has been skating on his own in recent days and is making good progress in concussion recovery. He's increasing workload now.

He also skated today for about 20 minutes with the Leafs strength coach before the Leafs practice. So he's making some progress there.

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Quote from: Twitter
Jonas Siegel ‏@jonasTSN1050  9 minutes ago
Based on the warmup, appears Korbinian Holzer will come out as Polak goes back in.

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Well, if you have to get into a stretch on the road I guess this is the team to do it against. Shame about the Tlusty-Liles injuries because I'd imagine it's not too often you see a team with 5 ex-Leafs on the team including three defensemen.

It always amazes me that Jay Harrison is an everyday NHLer. Never thought he'd be any more than a #7 guy or that he would still be in the league after 30 (Also: holy crap Jay Harrison is 32 years old). Putting up 20-ish points a season too lately which isn't bad for a defenceman like him.

He was just traded to the Jets for a 6th round pick.

Poor guy. I must have jinxed him by mentioning his existence.

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Main Leafs Hockey Talk / Re: 2014/15 Roster moves thread
« on: December 18, 2014, 03:47:46 PM »
He wasn't great for them last season, either, and having two more seasons at $3M per (and a real dollars payout of $3.5M in each) probably means he clears waivers, easily. That's more more money than either of those teams can really afford to spend on someone they hope can rebound (real dollars more than cap dollars, obviously).

Seems like he may have gotten PDO'd last season. And his 4 more frequent linemates were Colin Wilson, Eric Nystrom, Nick Spaling, and Paul Gaustad, so he really never got a shot in Nashville's top-6, or with talented players really. I wouldn't judge him too harshly for his poor offensive output last season. And this season has been a write-off so far because of his injuries. He's still a big body who can skate and chip in some points. $3mil really isn't a bad price for that.

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Main Leafs Hockey Talk / Re: Opening Forward Lines
« on: December 18, 2014, 03:34:49 PM »
For context - What are the goals for and goals against for the same period?  Would be great to see those side by side for comparisons...


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I doubt if anyone remembers this but a few years back we were chasing a playoff spot and playing well and went down to Carolina for a game in late Feb and Weekes, their b/u at the time, shut us out.  I think that was one of those years we missed the playoffs by a point or two.

That's what this game smells like, y'all.

I don't want to say you're remembering wrong, but Weekes was only a Hurricane from 2001-02 to 2003-04 and his last shutout in the NHL was in 2003-04.

"I don't want to say you're remembering wrong, but you are."

:P

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Main Leafs Hockey Talk / Re: 2014/15 Roster moves thread
« on: December 18, 2014, 02:25:18 PM »
Stalberg and Frattin almost the same kind of player we all had high hopes for.

I wouldn't write off Stalberg just yet. It seems like Nashville still has him in their future plans. He's just had some injury troubles this season (he's only played 5 games) and the Preds don't have any room for him on their roster while he works on his conditioning. I'd expect him to be back up with the team later in the season assuming he doesn't get claimed. But on that note why a team like Buffalo or Edmonton would pass on him is beyond me so we'll see what happens there.

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