The Leafs get back to work today, trying to formulate some sort of game plan that will result in a win over the Sabres in Buffalo on Friday night.
As previously mentioned in this space, the Sabres have absolutely owned the Leafs in recent years, including a 3-2 shootout loss earlier this month that saw the Leafs blow a two-goal lead at home.
One promising sign for fans of the blue and white: the Sabres have been hit by a plague of groin injuries.
Mirtle is at the Leaf practice and will write this afternoon. The early news is winger Luca Caputi has been sent down to the Marlies.
Until later, the links:
Toronto Star reporter Kevin McGran on the MacArthur - Grabovski - Kulemin line.
Star columnist Damien Cox takes to his blog to talk about Keith Aulie.
Toronto Sun reporter Lance Hornby looks at the first 20 games of the season.
AM640 Leaf reporter Jonas Siegel praises the play of The Monster.
Blue Chip Prospects revisits the Dion Phaneuf trade. Stajan and Hagman are all that remain in Calgary from the original deal.
Michael Langlois at Vintage Leaf Memories asks a good question: What do we really have in Mikhail Grabovski?
Buffalo Sabres forward Derek Roy did not punch teammate Tim Connolly in the face at a charity event Sunday night.
ESPN.com hockey columnist Pierre LeBrun talks to Wayne Gretzky about Steven Stamkos's shot at scoring 50 goals in 50 games.
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