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HBO 24/7 Maple Leafs/Red Wings Episode 4 (full video)

Here it is, the final episode of HBO 24/7 Maple Leafs/Red Wings, the Road to the Winter Classic. I haven’t seen it yet, so I can’t give you a review, nor would you really want a review anyway right? I did watch the Winter Classic and it was a really cool site to see 100,000 […]

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Canucks vs Maple Leafs Game Preview – November 2, 2013

After succumbing to the inevitable letdown game against the Detroit Red Wings, the Canucks are back at it against the Toronto Maple Leafs in what promises to be a special night for Canucks fans. Can the Leafs snap their losing streak against the Canucks that dates back to around 1965 ? Read on to find […]

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Roberto Luongo Trade Rumour – Toronto Maple Leafs Edition

It’s been a slow past few months here at RobTheHockeyGuy, but we are BACK! Though the season isn’t scheduled to start until January 19th, we have actual hockey news to talk about! And none more interesting than the news out of Toronto today: Brian Burke has been fired by the Toronto Maple Leafs. This is […]

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Roberto Luongo Trade Rumour Bonanza: Toronto Maple Leafs Edition

Unless you have been avoiding all Canucks news for the last month or so, you’ll know that there have been quite a few Roberto Luongo trade rumours floating around. There’s definitely a lot of teams that could use Luongo, but are they willing to give up the assets necessary to acquire him? And just what […]

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Mats Sundin’s Canucks Legacy

Mats Sundin’s #13 banner was raised to the rafters of the Air Canada Centre in Toronto on Saturday night, and it made me think back to his time in Vancouver. Sundin, as you might remember, spent half a season in blue and green during the 2008-09 season. The Mats Sundin that Canucks fans got to […]

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Are the Canucks "Canada's Team?" Do we care?

There’s a lot of talk about whether or not the Canucks are “Canada’s team” lately, given that they’re the last remaining Canadian team in the playoffs and the fact that a Canadian based team has not won the Stanley Cup since 1993. So are they Canada’s team? Do we care?

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