Introducing new MLHS writer Elliot Saccucci, Elliot will joins Michael and Michael to discuss the NHL-Rogers TV rights deal, the Leafs' struggles, and more.
A little info on Elliot:
Elliot Saccucci joined BJCTB as an associate in 2013. He completed his articles at the Toronto office of a national full-service firm before leaving to pursue a focused litigation practice. Elliot has studied both civil and criminal trial advocacy, and has acted as a mediator at Toronto Small Claims Court. Elliot currently teaches a negotiation course entitled “Lawyer as Negotiator” at Osgoode Hall Law School, where he graduated in the top 6%...
Peter Hasset of Russian Machine Never Breaks, the leading Washington Capitals blog, joins Michael and Michael to tee up tonight's Capitals/Leafs meeting on HNIC.
The show will be live a little before 6 p.m. EST.
Globe and Mail Leafs beat reporter James Mirtle (@mirtle) and Nashville Predators blogger Dirk Hoag (@forechecker) join Michael and Michael to tee up tonight's Leafs/Predators matchup.
Live a little after 6 p.m. EST.
Beautiful snipes from Kessel x2 and Clarkson, plus three point nights for Lupul and Smith, as the Leafs break out of an offensive funk in a big way in a 5-2 win over NYI. The Leafs moved to 13-7-1 on the season.
Maple Leaf Hangout Ep.#12 with Michael Langlois and Michael Stevens Stephens.
The Leafs after 20 games
3-3-1 record over the last 7
Plus much more!
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Peter Holland's first goal of 2013-14 from a few weeks back:
Another one of five career NHL goals:
Holland's 2009 Draft Profile:
Holland highlights from his junior days with the Guelph Storm:
Tuesday's practice lines with Jerred Smithson in the fold:
// On defence, Gardiner-Franson has been reunited with Gardiner moving back to his natural left, while the returning Mark Fraser joined Paul Ranger on the bottom pair. Gardiner-Franson was the team's second pairing in the playoffs and the tandem was really effective at moving the puck against the Bruins. Franson was playing better defence in the playoffs than he has been in recent games, but his ability to take care of business in the defensive zone and make a D-to-D pass over to Gardiner to orchestrate the breakout seemed to be...
Carlyle takes a question on David Clarkson's first five games, the return of Mark Fraser, his desire for his team to get back to a "workmanlike" effort with less cute play, and some odd questions on hazing in hockey.