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    Another good team Nashville goes into Toronto tonight Go Preds!
     
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: Toronto Record Tracker : Absolutely not, for the simple reason that they can't afford a stud PMD right now without a major roster reshuffle. Hang on to that pick and you'll get your PMD (Larsson, plz) at a bargain-basement price.
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    Not sure Larsson will be around even w/ Toronto's pick. Maybe Ryan Murphy if you like that small fast puck mover....or tiny fast puck mover.
     
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    3 to nothing Predators in the 1st period gotta love the terrible Loafs!
     
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    Looking at the Leafs vs. Nashville tonight. 3-0 Nashville in the 1st period. Seems like after every Nashville goal, the TV camera focuses on Leafs coach Wilson. No cameras on Nashville's bench reaction. Leafs fans bood Leafs after Nashville's 3rd goal.
     
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    Folks, if the Leafs do lose again tonight, please try to tune in AM 640 for the post-game show "Leafs Tonight."  You'll hear the most bizarre comments from people whose passion for the team makes them appear not well. 

    I didn't hear this one but a friend said a guy called in to very solemly announce his 7 year old son asked him "Daddy, why are you a Leaf fan?" after they lost to Vancouver last Saturday.  By the way, its now Preds 4, Leafs 2.  Goal by Versteeg.
     
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    Lol Toronto can't score unless they have a 5 on 3!

     
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    Now 4-3 Preds with under 8 minutes left in the second.
     
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    These refs are Leaf fans, for sure.
     
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    No quit in the Leafs.  They've tied the game 4-4 on the PP.  Nashville looks like they've stopped skating perhaps thinking the game was over at 3-0. 

    Their coach Barry Trotz, has to be the most underated, least appreciated coach in the league.  That club seems to lose important players yearly but this guy somehow keeps them competitive.
     
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    beautiful powerplay goal--great puck movement. Early in the season the Toronto PP looked deadly, that 1st unit seems to have pretty good chemistry together.

    STAY OUT OF THE DAMNED BOX PREDS!



    wow... and on that note: that's 4 powerplay goals in the period... jeesh
     
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    Can you believe it?  Leafs go ahead on the PP, now leading 5-4!  The Preds look like pylons with blue streaks flashing by them.
     
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    Giggy hurt and exits mid way thru 3rd.
     
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    [QUOTE]beautiful powerplay goal--great puck movement. Early in the season the Toronto PP looked deadly, that 1st unit seems to have pretty good chemistry together. STAY OUT OF THE DAMNED BOX PREDS! wow... and on that note: that's 4 powerplay goals in the period... jeesh
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    Wonder who their PP coach is ... maybe we could trade for him.. The one we got is useless..
     
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: Toronto Record Tracker : Wonder who their PP coach is ... maybe we could trade for him.. The one we got is useless..
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    It's Doug Jarvis, who's a pretty good coach.

    The Boston PP is Savard's baby - it's no coincidence that they fell into the depths last year when he went down. This year, with Krejci taking over Savard's role from the start, they were clicking, but then he went down. Horton and Lucic are doing the best they can, but they're not the playmakers Krejci and Savard are.

    And for the record, the Bruins' PP stands at 19 percent, 12th in the league. Toronto's is 11.8 percent, 26th in the league. And the Preds gave them 12 minutes of PP time in the second period, including a lengthy 5 on 3.



     
     
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: Toronto Record Tracker : It's Doug Jarvis, who's a pretty good coach. The Boston PP is Savard's baby - it's no coincidence that they fell into the depths last year when he went down. This year, with Krejci taking over Savard's role from the start, they were clicking, but then he went down. Horton and Lucic are doing the best they can, but they're not the playmakers Krejci and Savard are. And for the record, the Bruins' PP stands at 19 percent, 12th in the league. Toronto's is 11.8 percent, 26th in the league. And the Preds gave them 12 minutes of PP time in the second period, including a lengthy 5 on 3.  
    Posted by duinne[/QUOTE]
    Actually the PP coach is Geoff ward im pretty sure
     
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: Toronto Record Tracker : Actually the PP coach is Geoff ward im pretty sure
    Posted by screw-cindy-and-ovie[/QUOTE]

    You're right, my bad - Jarvis is PK, not PP.

    At any rate, I have no doubt the PP will improve quite a bit once Krejci and Savard return to the team. Boychuk too.
     
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    Diunne, my thoughts on the effectiveness of the Toronto Power-Play, isn't really based on their overall stats; however, looking at some of their man-advantages with a narrow focus, I notice the quality of the puck-movement when the passing lanes are contested  by an aggressive kill, the quality of the scoring chances generated as a result of the puck movement--and the consistency over the course of the two minutes. Sometimes, you just know good hockey when you see it--it isn't much of an observation though, I mean, they scored four goals, LOL. whatever though, it was obviously they were clicking early

    That was something I had seen from Toronto earlier in the season, albeit briefly (I've seen about 5 of their games.. but I'm no expert)

    Toronto also looked good in the third period of the Vancouver game--extremely high tempo and great puck movement. I think this team could turn it around to respectability, but they certainly need to be more consistent.
     
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    Toronto's PP looked so good because Nashville's PK was that bad.  No lane congestion or rotation and they had too small of a triangle on the 3-man.  Also, the ref's were Leaf fans.

     
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    kessel pots another
     
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    2-1 Loafs over New Jersey arrgghh come on Kovalchoke!
     
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    lol nice name sandog, never thought of that :)
     
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    Kovalchoke 22Mins of ice time 4 shots "cmon man"!
     
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    Leafs beat NJ 3-1.  That's two wins in a row and facing the Habs in Montreal Saturday night.  Man, talk about not rooting for anybody in that one.
     
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    That's 9 for a 9-4-13 line in 18 games - roughly on pace for 38.  Career high.
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    [Milan Lucic - 10-7-17 in 17 games.]
     
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    Toronto beat two of the worst teams in the league back to back. They should go back to their old ways on Saturday. Lets also hope Dallas can pull out a win early next week. Looks like the top five prospects in this years draft will be pretty good so Toronto doesn't have to be the worst, just one of the worst. It is not like last years draft when it was a two horse race and we were praying for the first or second pick.  
     

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