Maple Leafs 6, Ottawa Senators 0

LeafsWhere the hell did that come from? I saw glimpses of yesterday's effort in the preseason, but I sure wasn't betting on seeing it last night. That was a helluva lot of fun, wasn't it?

Kyle Wellwood had a career-high four assists for the Maple Leafs as we successfully ruined Ottawa's home opener as they did ours. It turns out, those not named Mats can score. Darcy Tucker and Chad Kilger each potted two goals. Good times, good times...

Current Record  Last Games Season Leaders
2 points
1st in Northeast
6-0 Win vs. Ottawa
4-1 Loss vs. Ottawa
K. Wellwood - 4
M. Sundin - 3
C. Kilger - 2

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Oh please. Good times?
How bout a blip in a season of woe, yes woe like so many before.
I like your spunk me bucko but this victory is as anomolous as Jessica Simpsons odd coherent thought.
See ya in the am when we test some of Bernoulli's theories!

October 7, 2006 @ 1:26 PM

Mike Boon

Ok Mr. Let's back the underdog and cheer for Tiger and Tiger only.

That must be tough, rooting for a sports dominant player. Let me guess, you also cheered for Michael's Bulls, Wayne's Oilers and Montana's 49ers, right?

It's lookin' clear out there. I just read Flying For Dummies. See ya in the a.m.

October 7, 2006 @ 3:05 PM


Hey the Leafs passed "underdog" status after they got hosed by gretsky in the early 90's for a chance to go back to the stanly cup.
Now they're just sad:)
I found a good link for the Newton v Bernoulli airfoil debate..
Know this before wheels up!

October 7, 2006 @ 4:41 PM

Mike Boon

Dude, I'm all over the airfoil debate. I'm siding with Newton on this one. The main lift comes as a result of the angle of attack.

Of course, I also stand by the fact that Gretzky high-sticked Gilmour on that play. As you'll read, I blame God.

October 7, 2006 @ 4:53 PM

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