TORONTO – On nights off, when Nazem Kadri is lounging around home, he likes to throw on a hockey game involving a former teammate just to see how he’s doing. So the Toronto Maple Leafs centre is well aware that the goalie he’ll face Monday night is the hottest in the league. Half punching bag, half punchline a year ago, the Colorado Avalanche have now won a head-scratching nine straight and accelerated into the playoff race despite a prolonged injury to No. 1 goalie Semyon Varlamov.
KANATA, Ont. – Erik Karlsson is not worried about being traded away from the Ottawa Senators. Addressing reporters for the first time since general manager Pierre Dorion’s comments on the captain’s future, Karlsson insisted nothing has changed regarding his status with the club. Dorion said Thursday that his priority is to work towards re-signing his best player once extension talks can be formally begin on July 1, but that Wayne Gretzky was once traded so anything is possible.
KANATA, ONT. – Another blown lead. Another short-handed goal with the first power-play unit on the ice. But not another loss to the Ottawa Senators. Frederik Andersen’s pointed words at his teammates were both heard and adhered to Saturday night, when the Toronto Maple Leafs snapped their worst losing skid of the season and rallied to defeat the Senators 4-3 in a doozy. Before this, their much-anticipated first regulation victory of 2018, the Leafs had shoveled themselves into a four-game funk.
"We were the worst team in the National Hockey League. So if you’re the goaltender on that team, how much fun is that?”
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Selecting a term
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