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Auston Matthews stars in 'Lazlo Holmes' video From his original bit as the character Lazlo Holmes, Chance the Rapper has continued to interview players as the "I shouldn't really be here" reporter. Now it's the Leafs star's turn to get the experience. Really trying to grasp onto any sort of personality, but Matthews appears to be as straight-faced as ever when it comes to this video.
Toronto Maple Leafs: Spotlight turns to Matthews with Tavares sidelined The Toronto Maple Leafs have a tough task ahead with John Tavares out of the lineup and you can expect the pressure to be on Auston Matthews. Heading into…
Toronto Maple Leafs: How to Stop the Bleeding The Toronto Maple Leafs are.500 in eight games this season. It's been an up and down ride, but is there change that needs to happen for the ride to stay up?
Weeks without John Tavares will reveal clues to what these Leafs are really made of And now the organization gets to see who rises to the challenge when it's a little harder. Tavares and Marner and whomever hadn't gotten going yet, and yes, Tavares got outskated by Evgeny Kuznetsov on Washington's second goal. But Tavares is a star, and a good example of how one star pushes people down the lineup into the right spot for them.
The Leafs' defence isn't in stable condition with Bruins coming to town "We're not as stable yet as we're going to be," Babcock said of the defence. "As we get to know each other better - I think partnerships take some time, but there's no question our top four have been around the league a little bit.
Rick Zamperin: Injured John Tavares means bad news for the Toronto Maple Leafs Tavares apparently suffered the injury late in Wednesday night's 4-3 loss in Washington, either before or after he scored his third goal of the season late in the third period of that game.
What the John Tavares Injury Means For the Toronto Maple Leafs In the third period of Wednesday's 4-3 loss to the Washington Capitals, Morgan Rielly took a slap shot, which went off Tavares' hand. Not knowing much Wednesday night, everyone went about their business, until Thursday afternoon:. Just when everything could've gotten better for the Maple Leafs, it didn't.
2 Guys and a Goalie pres. by Odds Shark Ep. 9 w/ Kris Abbott - Thanksgiving Burrito Omelette The boys are back from the Thanksgiving Long Weekend. Franny Drummond from Paint Zoo also calls in to talk about the art of painting goalie masks. The boys also tackle the Popeyes Poll Question and Keep it or Clip It. Due to some connection issues, the Facebook live feed was interrupted, but we here at Nation HQ are getting it fixed!
Toronto Maple Leafs have tough road ahead with John Tavares injury Ahead of their Saturday night matchup against the Boston Bruins, the Toronto Maple Leafs will be shorthanded after John Tavares suffered a broken finger. It appears the injury occurred in the third period during the Leafs loss to the Washington Capitals when a Morgan Rielly point shot appeared to hit him off the hand.
Backfilling John Tavares John Tavares is hurt and that is something we were promised couldn't happen. At least not in a non-Olympic year.
Tavares Will Miss at Least Two Weeks with Broken Finger Toronto Maple Leafs captain John Tavares will be out at least two weeks with a broken finger. eval; The Leafs centre suffered the injury late in Wednesday night's loss against the Washington Capitals. Tavares, 29, has three goals and four assists in eight games this season.
Lazlo Holmes, Definitely Not Chance The Rapper, Interviews Toronto Maple Leafs' Auston Matthews Lazlo Holmes is back with the deep analysis and insightful interview questions that only he can give. Chance the Rapper "lookalike" Holmes took to the ice to speak with Toronto Maple Leafs' player Auston Matthews. RELATED: Cardi B And Chance The Rapper Fear Trump Will Win Again.
John Tavares to miss at least two weeks with a broken finger: What now? The @MapleLeafs announced today that centre John Tavares sustained a broken finger late in last night's game in Washington. He will be out of the lineup for a minimum of two weeks, at which point he will be reassessed by the team's medical staff. - Leafs PR October 17, 2019.
Maple Leafs Announce John Tavares Will Miss A Minimum Of Two Weeks After Breaking Finger Late Against Capitals The Toronto Maple Leafs announced on Thursday afternoon that captain John Tavares will miss a minimum of two weeks with a broken finger, which he suffered late in the team's 4-3 loss to the Washington Capitals at Capital One Arena on Wednesday. He will be re-evaluated after that two-week time frame.
John Tavares Out Two Weeks With Broken Finger Though he scored a goal late in last night's game against the Washington Capitals, John Tavares suffered a broken finger and will be out of the Toronto Maple Leafs lineup for a minimum of two weeks. He will be reassessed at that time. Tavares was hit by a point shot earlier in the game and seemed to be favoring his hand, but kept playing.
Leafs captain John Tavares will miss at least two weeks with a broken finger Toronto Maple Leafs captain John Tavares will be out at least two weeks with a broken finger. The Leafs centre suffered the injury late in Wednesday night's loss against the Washington Capitals. Tavares, 29, has three goals and four assists in eight games this season.
Tavares suffers broken finger, out at least 2 weeks Late in Wednesday night's game against the Washington Capitals, John Tavares suffered a broken finger, resulting in the centre being out for at least the next two weeks of action. The @MapleLeafs announced today that centre John Tavares sustained a broken finger late in last night's game in Washington.
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Toronto Maple Leafs on the Verge of All-Time Greatness PDO measures luck, because over time, given enough of a sample size, a team will almost always have a save and shooting percentage that equals 100. The Leafs currently sit at 97.3, which is extremely unlucky, given the possible ranges of the measurement.
Maple Leafs' Zach Hyman: He's Good, Eh? There are very few players like Hyman. The longer he's is out, the more I'm convinced the team needs him. He has both a motor that runs full throttle and will power that won't quit.
Three Interesting Takeaways from Last Night's Toronto Maple Leafs Game The Toronto Maple Leafs didn't get any points against the Washington Capitals last night. We will highlight the most interesting takeaways from the game.
Toronto Maple Leafs, Jake Muzzin Aren't Talking About an Extension While the Toronto Maple Leafs were taking on the Minnesota Wild on Tuesday night, news broke that the team and Jake Muzzin were not engaging in any discussions regarding a contract extension for the veteran defenseman.
Toronto Maple Leafs Fall to Washington Capitals in Under 90 Seconds Let's start with the positives. Kasperi Kapanen had himself a great game tonight after a rough start to the season. He started the year playing alongside of John Tavares and Mitch Marner, but never looked comfortable considering he was playing on his off-wing.
Maple Leafs Post-Game #8: 5 Thoughts From The Leafs Getting Cap'd The Leafs came into Washington on the second night of a back to back and played 22 minutes of hockey - the first period and the last two minutes of the third. That isn't going to win you many games, if any, and certainly not against Washington. For some reason, Rielly played almost 28 minutes on the evening, three minutes more than the next Leaf.
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