Page 6ix Wednesday, March 10th: The more things change…

We’re coming up on a year since the NHL shut down because of COVID, only to resume again in the summer in a strange new world. Things have only gotten stranger since, as the league has made quick shifts and evolved in unexpected ways. But the thing that has not changed about hockey is that there is always, always, drama to discuss. Hockey players might try their best to seem dull and boring in interviews, but the truth is they are anything but.
So let’s take a look at some of the drama that transpired over the past week, shall we?
Leafs Lads
As usual, we begin our weekly look by taking a peek at what the Leafs have been up to. And after 3 straight wins (2 shutouts!) against Connor McDavid and co., the Leafs then dropped 3 straight games. Sigh. So while that’s not great, the party line from the Leafs players is that though not ideal, they feel good about where they are and know they can come through this.

Zach Hyman on #Leafs right now:
“I think we’re in a good spot. All teams go through adversity. We want to bounce back, and we’re not happy …

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Author: Mer / The Leafs Nation

3 Raptors players who could’ve participated in the All-Star Skills, Three-Point, and Slam Dunk Contests

3 Raptors players who could’ve participated in the All-Star Skills, Three-Point, and Slam Dunk Contests

The Toronto Raptors were shut out of the All-Star game for the first time in almost a decade, as their poor start and the sudden influx of perimeter talent in the Eastern Conference prevented the Raptors from extending their streak. There won’t even be any Toronto presence in the fun competitions, as the Skills Contest, […]
3 Raptors players who could’ve participated in the All-Star Skills, Three-Point, and Slam Dunk Contests – Raptors Rapture – Raptors Rapture – A Toronto Raptors Fan Site – News, Blogs, Opinion and More

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Author: Mike Luciano / Raptors HQ