TSN Toronto reporter Mark Masters checks in daily with news and notes from Maple Leafs practices and game-day skates. The Maple Leafs practised at the Canadian Tire Centre in Ottawa on Friday. Auston Matthews has no problem with the comments Frederik Andersen made after Thursday's loss in Philadelphia. “He doesn’t say much, but obviously when he says something people listen up," Matthews said of the Maple Leafs goaltender.
Why did it take so long for the Flyers to retire 88? TSN Toronto reporter Mark Masters checks in daily with news and notes from Maple Leafs practices and game-day skates. The Leafs and Philadelphia Flyers held an optional skates at Wells Fargo Center on Thursday morning. Eric Lindros will have his No. 88 raised to the rafters tonight in Philadelphia during a 30-minute pre-game ceremony that will kick off at 7 pm. "He did it every which way," said Flyers winger Wayne Simmonds.
TSN Toronto reporter Mark Masters checks in daily with news and notes from Maple Leafs practices and game-day skates. The Maple Leafs practised at the MasterCard Centre on Wednesday before travelling to Philadelphia. Tyler Bozak likes that Toronto Maple Leafs head coach Mike Babcock is sticking with his lineup status quo. "In my experience, when you have chemistry you stick with it," the veteran centre said Wednesday, the day after a 2-1 overtime loss to the St. Louis Blues.
Connor Carrick on Matthews scoring early in the third:
"You rely on your leaders to set the tone & he came right out hungry to score. That's a really skilled player going to the net. He's not pulling up high looking for a pass, he's getting to the dirty areas of the ice."
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