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Posted: 1/3/2014 2:17:27 AM

Away: NY Rangers [20-20 SU]
Home: Toronto [21-16 SU]

Game Time: 7:00 PM
Stadium: Air Canada Centre

Recent Meetings:
12/23/13 - TOR 1 vs. NYR 2

Team Leaders:

NY Rangers:
Goals: Chris Kreider 10
Assists: Mats Zuccarello 20
Goals Against: Cameron Talbot 1.72

Toronto:
Goals: Phil Kessel 20
Assists: Cody Franson 18
Goals Against: Jonathan Bernier 2.40

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Posted: 1/3/2014 10:49:25 PM
Leafs ML. They only play really good on Saturday night homers and they will avenge the loss they had to NYR. They should have won that one too but Talbot was too hot for them. Carlyle doesn't have to put up with that TV crew anymore and can focus. He's a line matching coach so home ice helps a lot. Bozak didn't play last time they met. Addition of Gleeson should help (if he suits up).
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Posted: 1/4/2014 6:15:08 PM
These two teams play very tight. Rangers will put up a fight but I'm not to quick to predict a winner. Hockey Night in Canada and Leafs at home. Should be a really good game. My choice is UNDER. 
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Posted: 1/4/2014 7:16:34 PM
Talbot vs Bernier. Under 5.5 would make me feel a lot better. I don't like that it's set at 5. Likely be a push but I guess thats why they set it there.

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Posted: 1/4/2014 8:43:27 PM
I take it back these Leafs are just plain flat lined. I've noticed a gradual loss of the edge to their game but they still looked fired up for Hockey Night In Canada, at least up until now. What a horrid display of stupidity. A team that tries to get by on 1 line + a goalie will never last even in the weak east.  What happened to this team's speed and aggression?
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Posted: 1/4/2014 8:53:04 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by JDaggz:

I take it back these Leafs are just plain flat lined. I've noticed a gradual loss of the edge to their game but they still looked fired up for Hockey Night In Canada, at least up until now. What a horrid display of stupidity. A team that tries to get by on 1 line + a goalie will never last even in the weak east.  What happened to this team's speed and aggression?

  100% agree, I knew the Rangers would come out to play tonight but not this much dominance!!! Is this the Toronto of old showing up already. Baby Buds, tisk! tisk! tisk! 
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