Maple Leafs 5, Senators 0

leafsChatting with Mississauga Blogger earlier today, we agreed that the Leafs fans love to hate the Habs but just simply hate the Sens. There's no love to hate about it. I just despise that franchise and wish them nothing but failure.

This 5-0 shellacking reminded me of the four playoff series we had against the Senators over the past 15 years. All four ended with justice prevailing. Tonight, the same justice was evident in spades.

There were several things to get excited about. Jean-Sebastien Giguere became the first goaltender in franchise history to open his debut season with back-to-back shutouts, both Phil Kessel and Luke Schenn had three-point nights, and, most importantly, we ended Ottawa's 11 game winning streak.

Sens suck.

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That's the kind of score that can put a small on your face (unlike those wins where we let in at least three goals).

February 7, 2010 @ 2:59 AM


Start planning the parade route.......

February 7, 2010 @ 7:53 AM

Being a from Montreal I take a lot of ribbing from Buds fans.

The rivalry between the Canadiens and Leafs is a great sports traditions and deep underneath the posing and trash talk I there is some respect and kinship.

Last nights victory over the Sens is not as sweet beating the Canadiens but will one of those victories this year that will lift the spirits of Leaf Nation. Similar to how Montreal fans relish a win over the Bruins.

Blogger Daughter and I were at Toronto vs Ottawa game last night and my dad has turned over in grave. I was not so much cheering on the Leafs as the fellow citizens of my adoptive home town.

As for a parade I really do want the Blue & White fans to have one before 2014, the 100th anniversary of a Toronto hockey team winning the Stanley Cup

February 7, 2010 @ 2:51 PM

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