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Toronto Sun 16 hours ago

Game Day: Rangers at Maple Leafs

NEW YORK RANGERS (28-32-13) at TORONTO MAPLE LEAFS (44-25-5) Saturday, 7 P.M., Scotiabank Arena TV: CBC, Sportsnet; RADIO: FAN 590   THE BIG MATCHUP G Frederik Andersen vs. G Alexandar Georgiev The Rangers have had three days off to rest veteran Henrik Lundqvist, but coach Dave Quinn likely will lean on his rookie after Georgiev’s […]
Toronto Star Mar 21, 2019
Dave Feschuk: How the Leafs should deal with Andersen’s miserable March

Dave Feschuk: How the Leafs should deal with Andersen’s miserable March

It might be just a blip, but if the Maple Leafs are serious about making sure that Vezina contender Frederik Andersen isn’t in the midst of a second straight late-season swoon, he probably shouldn’t start against the Rangers on Saturday, Dave Feschuk writes.
Editor In Leaf Mar 19, 2019

Toronto Maple Leafs: Game Day Headlines vs Nashville

Things are not going so great for the Toronto Maple Leafs right now. Following an embarrassing loss to the 31st-place Ottawa Senators, the Leafs are now 1-3-1 over their past 5 games and 5-4-1 in their last 10. These woes have extended to all corners of Toronto’s roster, with Frederik Andersen experiencing one of his […] Toronto Maple Leafs: Game Day Headlines vs Nashville - Editor In Leaf - Editor In Leaf - A Toronto Maple Leafs Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Toronto Sun Mar 18, 2019

Game Day: Maple Leafs at Predators

TORONTO MAPLE LEAFS (43-24-5) at NASHVILLE PREDATORS (41-27-5) Tuesday, 8 p.m., Bridgestone Arena TV: TSN4; Radio: 590 AM   THE BIG MATCHUP G Frederik Andersen vs. G Pekka Rinne Is Freddy ready? He’s going to flame out of Vezina Trophy talk if he repeats what happened last week, twice pulled in games and six goals […]
Sportsnet.ca Mar 18, 2019
Why Maple Leafs need Andersen’s swagger back for playoffs

Why Maple Leafs need Andersen’s swagger back for playoffs

NHL insider Luke Fox joins the Starting Lineup to discuss what struggling Maple Leafs should do with Frederik Andersen’s workload down the stretch, and why it’s very important to get him confident heading into playoffs. The post NHL appeared first on Sportsnet.ca.
Toronto Sun Mar 17, 2019

Maple Leafs’ Top 5 trouble spots

MAC IS MISSED The scenario many feared — ‘what if Freddy falters?’ — could be playing out. Just as Mike Babcock was trying to figure how many more games to use Frederik Andersen before playoffs — settling on about 60 for the regular season — he was pulled in back-to-back starts for the first time […]
Sportsnet.ca Mar 15, 2019
Maple Leafs’ offence overshadows another shaky Andersen performance

Maple Leafs’ offence overshadows another shaky Andersen performance

Auston Matthews capped a three-goal comeback on Friday as the Toronto Maple Leafs survived another scrambly start from goaltender Frederik Andersen. The post NHL appeared first on Sportsnet.ca.
Toronto Sun Mar 15, 2019

Maple Leafs rally at home, score five in a row to beat Flyers

Rare is the game that the Maple Leafs have to bail out Frederik Andersen. That’s what happened on Friday night at Scotiabank Arena against the visiting Philadelphia Flyers. The Leafs overcame another shoddy performance by their No. 1 goaltender — this after Andersen was pulled in the previous two games — and rallied to beat […]
Pension Plan Puppets Mar 15, 2019
Maple Leafs vs Flyers GDT: This time they'll win

Maple Leafs vs Flyers GDT: This time they'll win

I mean it this time! The Maple Leafs are coming off two games where they gave up a combined 11 goals. Frederik Andersen was pulled in both games. In the Blackhawks game the Leafs did make the effort in the third period and took 30 shots on net, so hopefully we see this effirt through the full sixty minutes this time. As is the trend of being a doofus and getting rewarded for it, if the Maple Leafs win this game I will eat a cookie. Like a WHOLE double stuff fudge-o. It goes against my goal to not be a big fat guy, but I will make this sacrifice for you. If they lose I will do the most...
Sportsnet.ca Mar 15, 2019
Maple Leafs making right decision to come back with Andersen

Maple Leafs making right decision to come back with Andersen

Doug MacLean and Brian Burke both agree that the Maple Leafs are making the right decision to start Frederik Andersen in net after getting yanked two games in a row. The post NHL appeared first on Sportsnet.ca.
Toronto Sun Mar 15, 2019

Game Day: Flyers at Maple Leafs

PHILADELPHIA FLYERS (34-28-8) at TORONTO MAPLE LEAFS (42-23-5) Friday 7 P.M., Scotiabank Arena TV: TSN4; RADIO: TSN 1050   THE BIG MATCHUP C Claude Giroux vs. G Frederik Andersen It has been a long time since the Maple Leafs have had to worry about their goaltending barometer, but Andersen’s starts durnig the past two games, […]
Pension Plan Puppets Mar 14, 2019
Thursday’s FTB: Freddie knows best

Thursday’s FTB: Freddie knows best

Listen to your goalie, Maple Leafs Last night the Toronto Maple Leafs let the Chicago Blackhawks get the best fo them for 40 minutes, then tried to score six goals in the final 20. Not a great strategy to try and figure out this late in the season. The Leafs goalie, Frederik Andersen, agrees. Freddy Andersen: "We have 12 games to figure out how well we want to come prepared to (play). If we don't, we're going to (have) a short spring."— Lance Hornby (@sunhornby) March 14, 2019 Andersen was pulled for the second straight game after the Leafs fell behind by four goals. First the...
Toronto Sun Mar 11, 2019

Leafs’ Andersen uses Vezina talk as motivator during strong 2018-19 season

If Frederik Andersen is relaxing on a Maple Leafs off-night and there’s a hockey game on TV, he probably won’t flip through the channels to find something else. “When you’re at home at night, you study the game a little bit,” Andersen said after the morning skate at Scotiabank Arena on Monday. “You never feel […]
Toronto Star Mar 11, 2019
Leafs struck by Lightning in one-sided battle of NHL heavyweights

Leafs struck by Lightning in one-sided battle of NHL heavyweights

Leafs goalie Frederik Andersen gets his first hook of the season after the fourth Tampa goal at Scotiabank Arena.
Last Word on Hockey Mar 10, 2019
Toronto Maple Leafs Road Trip Good Not Great

Toronto Maple Leafs Road Trip Good Not Great

The latest Toronto Maple Leafs road trip across western Canada can't be considered anything but a success in the eyes of head coach Mike Babcock. Toronto managed five out of six points against three Canadian teams, but there is still a lot of room for improvement as the Maple Leafs hurl towards the playoffs. Toronto Maple Leafs Road Trip Was Good But Could Have Been Better First Stop: Calgary The Maple Leafs dominated the Calgary Flames on the scoreboard in their first game. The game could have gone one of many ways though. Frederik Andersen continued to show why he should be in the Vezina...

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