Preds at Leafs Post-Game: Your Say


    Couldn’t catch the game this evening, but based on the boxscore alone it looks like tonight’s snoozer was a continuation of the trend that’s been developing since the holiday season. The Leafs lost more often than not during the first third and a bit of the campaign, but for the most part they were tireless in their efforts and grinded out some tight losses. As of the holiday season, not only are they losing more, but looking increasingly weary and uninterested in the process. Tonight, the Buds fired a mere four shots on goal in the third period when the game was still up for grabs. No matter how low the expectation bar may be this year in terms of results, that’s wholly unacceptable and hardly justifies the price of the ticket.

    I’ll turn it over to you guys.

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    Alec Brownscombe is the founder and editor of, where he has written daily about the Leafs since September of 2008. He’s published five magazines on the team entitled “The Maple Leafs Annual” with distribution in Chapters and newsstands across the country. He also co-hosts “The Battle of the Atlantic,” a weekly show on TSN1200 that covers the Leafs and the NHL in-depth.

    Alec is a graduate of Trent University and Algonquin College with his diploma in Journalism. In 2014, he was awarded Canada’s Best Hockey Blogger honours by Molson Canadian.

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