Maple Leafs 4, Penguins 2

LeafsMy company's Christmas party was last night and there wasn't a single television in the restaurant. Every so often I pulled out the Blackberry and checked in the Leafs and Raps. It figured I'd miss Mark Bell's first goal as a Leaf. Is it his first of twenty?

Mats Sundin set up Bell's goal, and the assist stretched his point streak from the start of the season to 15, breaking an 83-year-old Toronto record. Babe Dye went 14 games in 1924-25. We'll go for three in a row Tuesday against the Predators.

Current Record  Last Games Season Leaders
10-11-6
26 points
4th in Northeast
4-2 Win vs. Pittsburgh
4-2 Win vs. Atlanta
4-3 SOL vs. Montreal
M. Sundin - 33
N. Antropov - 25
J. Blake - 19

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Mike (Buffalo Boy)

No offense to leaf fans, but that loser point has to go. They have essentially lost 17 games. Without those 6 loser points they are pretty close to dead last in the league.
They either need to do that or give 3 points for an overtime win.

December 2, 2007 @ 9:21 AM

Toronto Mike

No offence taken. I'm a realist. In fact, nobody hates those 6 loser points more than me.

http://www.torontomike.com/2007/11/the_great_nhl_deception.html

December 2, 2007 @ 11:14 AM

The Toronto Traveler

Yeah, I would agree with you about the loser point.

December 3, 2007 @ 9:01 AM

The Toronto Traveler

Sorry for the double-post, accidentally hit the post button!

Anyway, the only other thing I was going to say was that I'm sure something definite would have been done about our admin situation by now if the team was 10-17 as opposed to 10-11-6.

December 3, 2007 @ 9:03 AM

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