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Toronto Maple Leafs
vs
Pittsburgh Penguins
Today's Featured Sports Pick

Game Date:
11/12/2016 7:05pm EST

Lines:
Toronto +1.5
Pittsburgh -1.5

Total:
Over 5.5 (-118)
Under 5.5 (+107)

Toronto Maple Leafs vs Pittsburgh Penguins

SPF Community (Picks Against the Spread): Toronto Maple Leafs 0% to Pittsburgh Penguins 0%.

Toronto Maple Leafs and Pittsburgh Penguins

Team Tweets & News Articles
Yahoo News
Matt Murray stood tall for the Pittsburgh Penguins during a key second-period sequence in which the short-handed Toronto Maple Leafs tried to make a push. Murray turned aside the threat and the Penguins took over from there, putting away a tired Maple Leafs team in the final 20 minutes. Sidney Crosby and Bryan Rust scored in the third period to help Pittsburgh pull away for a 4-1 victory over Toronto on Saturday night. Continue to Article
November 12, 2016 11:37:pm EST
Pittsburgh Penguins
Pick one, any one! #TORvsPIT https://t.co/RZ7EmKwhXU
November 12, 2016 10:38:pm EST
Pittsburgh Penguins
RT @penguinslive: Mike Lange's highlight calls from #TORvsPIT are available for your listening pleasure. The @penguins won 4-1. https://t.c
November 12, 2016 10:18:pm EST
Pittsburgh Penguins
Coach Sullivan will be speaking to the media shortly. Tune-in live here: https://t.co/xEteiCrFxC https://t.co/o4v3iiUpsk
November 12, 2016 9:54:pm EST
Pittsburgh Penguins
November 12, 2016 9:54:pm EST
Yahoo News
PITTSBURGH (AP) -- Sidney Crosby and Bryan Rust scored in the third period to help the Pittsburgh Penguins pull away for a 4-1 victory over the Toronto Maple Leafs on Saturday night. Continue to Article
November 12, 2016 9:53:pm EST
Pittsburgh Penguins
That was a job well done. #TORvsPIT stat infographic: https://t.co/WmxLF8WJnv https://t.co/GuaWskngKG
November 12, 2016 9:49:pm EST
Pittsburgh Penguins
⭐️⭐️⭐️ = 🐧🐧🐧 https://t.co/BnmIXBFtJy
November 12, 2016 9:39:pm EST
Toronto Maple Leafs
End of game in Pittsburgh. #TMLtalk https://t.co/s9gw7UUIfI
November 12, 2016 9:38:pm EST
Pittsburgh Penguins
Just taaaap it in. Just tap it in. Just give it a little tappy. Tap tap taparoo. https://t.co/erboJqlbIY
November 12, 2016 9:34:pm EST
Pittsburgh Penguins
That's a multi-point night for Bryan Rust! https://t.co/XyFEajhc4P
November 12, 2016 9:24:pm EST
Toronto Maple Leafs
4-1 Penguins now. #TMLtalk
November 12, 2016 9:19:pm EST
Pittsburgh Penguins
GOAL! CROSBY! The guy is on fire. Roll #PARTYHARD! 4-1. https://t.co/JL3H6GUIBY
November 12, 2016 9:19:pm EST
Pittsburgh Penguins
Crosby and Sheary pick up the helpers on the Rust goal.
November 12, 2016 9:14:pm EST
Toronto Maple Leafs
Still looking for our TOTN. Prize is poutine for a year courtesy of @poutinerie. Use #TMLtalk in your Tweets.
November 12, 2016 9:08:pm EST
Toronto Maple Leafs
Third period under way in Pittsburgh. Leafs trailing 2-1 to the Penguins on @hockeynight. #TMLtalk
November 12, 2016 9:03:pm EST
Pittsburgh Penguins
November 12, 2016 8:58:pm EST
Pittsburgh Penguins
Pens Points (thus far) → Malkin 1G Kunitz 1G Letang 1A Hornqvist 1A Rust 1A Cole 1A
November 12, 2016 8:48:pm EST
Pittsburgh Penguins
END 2: The good guys lead 2-1 after a late goal from Kunitz and a power-play tally from Malkin. More hockey coming… https://t.co/R6auA3I1f1
November 12, 2016 8:44:pm EST
Toronto Maple Leafs
Penguins make it 2-1 Pittsburgh. #TMLtalk
November 12, 2016 8:44:pm EST
Pittsburgh Penguins
GOAL! KUNITZ! No one could see anything in front of the net and Kuni knocks it home! The #Pens lead 2-1. #PARTYHARD https://t.co/4Cr52plD5i
November 12, 2016 8:43:pm EST
Toronto Maple Leafs
Leafs are going on the PK. #TMLtalk
November 12, 2016 8:37:pm EST
Pittsburgh Penguins
Commercial break? Sounds like the right time to watch that Geno goal one more time! https://t.co/7buKdV4K14
November 12, 2016 8:34:pm EST
Toronto Maple Leafs
Some Leafs fans repping in Pittsburgh! #TMLtalk https://t.co/elKmHrXi8F
November 12, 2016 8:29:pm EST
Pittsburgh Penguins
Malkin’s home point streak? It's at six games (4G-4A). https://t.co/hEDsDZ0PVK
November 12, 2016 8:19:pm EST
Pittsburgh Penguins
POWER-PLAY GOAL! EVGENI MALKIN! The #Pens tie it up 1-1 with 16:54 left in the 2nd period. #PARTYHARD https://t.co/eQMKlEA3Rm
November 12, 2016 8:14:pm EST
Toronto Maple Leafs
2nd period under way in Pittsburgh. Leafs up 1-0 over the Penguins on @hockeynight. #TMLtalk
November 12, 2016 8:09:pm EST
Pittsburgh Penguins
Yeah, you can't do that. The #Pens will start the 2nd period with 1:26 of power play time. https://t.co/5FmauXxvW7
November 12, 2016 8:08:pm EST
Pittsburgh Penguins
November 12, 2016 7:54:pm EST
Pittsburgh Penguins
RT @PensInsideScoop: #Pens just put the final score of the Pitt game up on the videoboard. Fans respond with loud cheers. So awesome. #H2P…
November 12, 2016 7:34:pm EST
Toronto Maple Leafs
HYMAN! Leafs up 1-0! #TMLtalk https://t.co/0pDUWcIgQN
November 12, 2016 7:19:pm EST
Pittsburgh Penguins
Hyman scores for Toronto off a redirect and the #Pens trail 1-0 with 18:38 left in the 1st period.
November 12, 2016 7:18:pm EST
Pittsburgh Penguins
November 12, 2016 7:14:pm EST
Toronto Maple Leafs
Anthems. Puck drop up next. #TMLtalk https://t.co/wtfms8v3ib
November 12, 2016 7:13:pm EST
Pittsburgh Penguins
RT @DeLuca_C: @penguins game with @Letang_58 @PointParkU #PensSelfie #LetsGoPens https://t.co/Ry0mjPXwRx
November 12, 2016 7:03:pm EST
Toronto Maple Leafs
Warm-ups under way in Pittsburgh. #TMLtalk https://t.co/mabwXVaOzU
November 12, 2016 6:44:pm EST
Pittsburgh Penguins
November 12, 2016 6:43:pm EST
Pittsburgh Penguins
HBK = reunited Who's ready to play some hockey? https://t.co/B5xuWvWP1V
November 12, 2016 6:38:pm EST
Pittsburgh Penguins
November 12, 2016 6:22:pm EST
Pittsburgh Penguins
Are you ready for a fight of the phenoms? The puck drops at 7:00PM ET. https://t.co/nBJDfhDpwW
November 12, 2016 5:17:pm EST
Pittsburgh Penguins
Speed, competition, and Phil Kessel. Here's your player quote roundup: https://t.co/NtUn1eB6lJ
November 12, 2016 1:59:pm EST
Toronto Maple Leafs
Optional skate in Pittsburgh. Puck drop at 7pm. #TMLtalk https://t.co/f035ELSbDn
November 12, 2016 11:58:am EST
Pittsburgh Penguins
When you have a shot like Phil Kessel's, it's smart to adopt a shoot-first mentality. Story from @PensInsideScoop:… https://t.co/C9apgbzbMI
November 12, 2016 11:34:am EST
Pittsburgh Penguins
Matt Murray will be in net tonight vs. Toronto. https://t.co/fZINcloS0Z
November 12, 2016 11:17:am EST
Pittsburgh Penguins
Sullivan: "Speed is the ultimate competitive advantage... It's hard to play against. But speed in the absence of courage isn't effective."
November 12, 2016 11:15:am EST
Pittsburgh Penguins
Meeting of the minds at morning skate. Discussing all the ways to take down the Toronto Maple Leafs. https://t.co/Md78lSg6Vw
November 12, 2016 10:59:am EST
Pittsburgh Penguins
RT @PensInsideScoop: Looks like an optional morning skate for #Pens. Absent are Kunitz, Letang, Malkin, Hornqvist, Kessel and Crosby -SK
November 12, 2016 10:38:am EST
Pittsburgh Penguins
It's a hockey night in Pittsburgh! We can't wait to see our white jerseys at home. https://t.co/7aY1UpPYKg
November 12, 2016 8:38:am EST
Yahoo News
. TORONTO -- Under the restored stained-glass dome which crowns the Great Hall at the Hockey Hall of Fame stood Eric Lindros. A contingent of reporters surrounded him which was large enough for 'The Big E' to quip that there were more people here on this November afternoon than guests at his wedding four years ago to wife Kina. It’s hard to feel any individual presence in the huge palatial room with a 45-foot-high ceiling, but Lindros -- who's now 43 years old and greying at the temples -- remains an imposing figure, towering over the pack of scribes and TV personalities as he did to opponents for 13 NHL seasons. For nearly an hour he answered question after question about what had transpired during his career, the highs and lows and everything in between.  As Lindros responded, he would occasionally scan the sanctified space, gazing out at the trophies and biographical sketches of honoured members. His picture was out there, now officially amongst the greatest to play the game. This is right where he was supposed to be all along, how his career would culminate, as projected 25 years ago when he was touted as 'The Next One,' the centre who would carry the torch, following Wayne Gretzky and Mario Lemieux as the best hockey player on the planet. “There were always big guys. Always. I think he brought the rare combination of size and skill that really didn’t seem to exist in that form,” said hockey analyst Dave Poulin, who was a highly effective shutdown centreman over his NHL career from 1982 to '95.  “He was kind of a combination of your worst nightmares. I saw Gretzky head-to-head, then I saw Mario Lemieux and it was a different thing and then you saw Mark Messier which was no bargain either….here you had a combination of all that which could be dialed up at any time.”    Lindros was already a controversial figure even prior to playing junior hockey when he refused to join the Sault. Ste. Marie Greyhounds and forced a trade to the Oshawa Generals, where he won the Memorial Cup in 1990. Things were further compounded when he did the same prior to the 1991 NHL Draft when he was selected first overall by the Quebec Nordiques. After holding out for a season and playing with the Canadian Olympic Team, he was dealt to the Philadelphia Flyers in June 1992  as the key part of a contentious trade . On the ice he lived up to the hype, using his 6-foot-4, 240-pound frame to impose his will on either side of the puck which was highlighted most prominently when centering hulking wingers John LeClair and Mikael Renberg, who comprised the 'Legion of Doom' line in the mid-90's. “To have a centre who played that way was very unique, it was normally the wingers that we thought of as power forwards,” said Keith Jones, who played two seasons with Lindros from 1998-2000. ”Centremen were more (about) finesse and give-and-go’s, up and down the ice with spineramas.  Eric could do all that but he also could bowl you over and ultimately he was the perfect weapon when he was playing for you or with you and he was the one you had to fear when you were playing against him.” Lindros captained the Flyers from 1994 to 2000 and won the Hart Trophy as the NHL’s most valuable player in 1995. He would record 659 points in 486 games with Philadelphia, becoming the fourth-fastest player in league history to reach 300 and 400 points and the fifth-fastest player to reach 500 points. In 1997 he led the team to their first Stanley Cup final appearance in a decade where they were swept by the Detroit Red Wings. It was as close as he would ever get to winning the championship. Off the ice, he feuded with GM Bob Clarke and struggled with injuries, especially the devastating effects of concussions which would ultimately derail his career and force him to retire prematurely at age 34 in 2007. “Looking back, I wish I wasn’t quite as physical, I wish I pulled it back about 25 percent and saved some of that,” he said. “It’s not just receiving hits, it’s also giving hits. A collision is a collision and it takes a toll on bodies.” Lindros was traded to the New York Rangers in 2001 where he played until 2004 before finishing his career with one-season stints as a member of the Toronto Maple Leafs and Dallas Stars. Over his career he recorded 865 points in 760 games, an average of 1.14 points per-game, which ranks 19th all-time. Internationally, he represented Canada on numerous occasions, most notably at the 1992 and 1998 Winter Olympics, the latter of which featured NHL players for the first time and Lindros was named captain of that team.  He was also a gold medalist in 2002 and lists Canada's triumph in Salt Lake City as one of his greatest achievements. Lindros was at ease with the media, speaking candidly about concussions, his family and even an attempt by then-Flyers GM Paul Holmgren to pull him out of retirement in 2012 . It was a far cry from his days in Philadelphia, where under intense scrutiny, his persona could at times come across as combative. On this day, one topic he didn’t appear very interested in entertaining was the fact that six years had elapsed from the time he first became eligible for induction until he finally received the call. It was clear that receiving this honour had been on his mind for a long time, so much so that partially in jest, he recalled his exact location – a highway in Quebec and the speed he was driving when he received the news in June from Lanny McDonald (the chairman of the Hockey Hall of Fame) that he would be enshrined along with Sergei Makarov, Pat Quinn and Rogatien Vachon on Nov. 14. “We’re here till the end of time,” he said. “Take whatever path you want, we’re here forever, all of us." The route veered sharply and the wait was longer then expected once the journey was completed, but Lindros’ career has now been capped off the way everyone thought it would be, way back when. Follow Neil Acharya on Twitter: @Neil_Acharya MORE NHL COVERAGE ON YAHOO SPORTS: Continue to Article
November 12, 2016 4:10:am EST
Yahoo News
A year ago at this time, everybody in the NHL was wondering what was wrong with Sidney Crosby. Almost assuredly, Auston Matthews of the Toronto Maple Leafs has been watching as Crosby plays some of the best hockey of his career -- and on Saturday night at PPG Paints Arena, a NHL No. 1 draft pick gets to go against the league's No. 1 player on his home ice. On Tuesday, 2015 No. 1 pick Connor McDavid put on a whirlwind of a show with three dazzling assists, yet they weren't enough as Crosby's Pittsburgh Penguins beat McDavid's Edmonton Oilers 4-3. Continue to Article
November 12, 2016 2:24:am EST
Yahoo News
One month into the season, the Philadelphia Flyers are searching for a goaltender who can pull them out of mediocrity. On Saturday night they'll be facing a team whose goaltender is playing his best hockey of the season. Steve Mason was torched for six goals in the Flyers' 6-3 loss to the Maple Leafs in Toronto Friday night, which makes it all but certain Michal Neuvirth will get the start against the Wild. Continue to Article
November 12, 2016 1:52:am EST
Toronto Maple Leafs
Mitch Marner speaks to the media following Friday night's win: https://t.co/xuK9uhMTyS #TMLtalk
November 12, 2016 12:32:am EST
Toronto Maple Leafs
Mike Babcock speaks to the media following the Leafs win over the Flyers: https://t.co/5NyOlP0MYB #TMLtalk
November 12, 2016 12:13:am EST
Yahoo News
Highlights of National Hockey League games on Friday: Capitals 3, Blackhawks 2 (OT) Jay Beagle scored twice and Marcus Johansson scored in overtime as the Washington Capitals snapped the Chicago Blackhawks' seven-game winning streak with a 3-2 victory. Johansson's game-winner sailed over the shoulder of Corey Crawford after Marian Hossa forced overtime with a goal with 22 seconds remaining in regulation and with the Blackhawks skating with a one-man advantage. Continue to Article
November 12, 2016 12:08:am EST
Toronto Maple Leafs
Hear from Zach Hyman following tonight's Leafs win: https://t.co/6O8F58NfNA #TMLtalk
November 12, 2016 12:01:am EST
 
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