NHL Canadian Corner – November 17, 2013.

Game recaps plus the latest on Bobby Ryan, Zach Bogosian and Jannik Hansen.

James van Riemsdyk celebrates a goal against the Sabres.

James van Riemsdyk celebrates a goal against the Sabres.

TORONTO SUN: James van Riemsdyk’s two goals lifted the Toronto Maple Leafs to a 4-2 win over the Buffalo Sabres.

LA PRESSE: The Montreal Canadiens once again spoiled another strong performance by goalie Carey Price, falling 1-0 to the New York Rangers.

SPECTOR’S NOTE: Last season the Canadiens were fourth overall in goals-per-game average (3.04). This season, they’ve slipped to 21st (2.43).  

EDMONTON JOURNAL/CALGARY SUN: The Oilers overcame a 2-0 deficit, scoring three goals in seen minutes on route to a 4-2 victory over the Flames.

OTTAWA SUN: Senators star Bobby Ryan is sore from taking a hit to the head from Boston’s Dennis Seidenberg on Friday, but returned to practice Saturday and expects to play in Sunday’s game against the Columbus Blue Jackets.

WINNIPEG FREE PRESS: Jets defenseman Zach Bogosian will miss tonight’s game against the Minnesota Wild owing to a lower body injury suffered on Friday against the Flyers.

VANCOUVER SUN: Canucks winger Jannik Hansen returns to the lineup tonight against the Dallas Stars. Hansen’s been sidelined by injury since late-October.

1 Comment

  1. LEAFS

    I am still not convinced this team has learned anything over the past few years ….

    The EPIC collapse 2 years ago and missing out on the playoffs in the end.

    Boston game 7 last year

    The 3rd period breakdowns are very troublesome …and loosing leads should be a big concern still …this is almost the same CORE for both those events and it still seems as if they haven’t learned anything with how they play for 40 minutes every night !~!
    Kessel is on one of his droughts which has been my biggest issue with him along with the lack of physical play and standing around again when he doesn’t have the puck …bad habits have crept back into his OLD style of play again….10 games or more without a goal is a common thing for him and is not what a $8 million dollar player should be doing !
    Once again Leafs need to bring up Leivo and DeVane and STOP sitting Reilly.