These are all of the gifs I was able to create of 'interesting things'. I only decided to make them before the second period so that's why the first period is missing.
I'll edit continually when I can post the GIFs (unless a mod has a problem with it).
2nd Period, 2nd GA:
2nd Period, 1st GF:
3rd Period, Ashton High Stick:
3rd Period, 3rd GA:
3rd Period, 2nd GF:
3rd Period, 4th GA:
3rd Period, 5th GA, Empty Netter:
Ashton 3rd Period Fight in Three Parts (Photobucket doesn't like 5mb+ files)
And that's that. Things I'm thinking of gifing for the next games that I can get a stream for:
-Any other random interesting things.
I won't be making anymore gifs that can be construed as negative or a form of mocking (not my intention). I was hoping to do something like this for any season to show exactly what happens on specific goals whether it's hard work or defensive breakdowns. Now that I've figured out an efficient way of making gifs, I'll do it for the remainder of the games (when I can). Sometimes only Post-Game video will have to do.
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He was the Leafs' leading scorer in the 1963–64, 1966–67 and 1969–70 seasons, and the team's top goal scorer in 1970–71 and 1972–73. Keon was considered one of the fastest skaters in the NHL, and one of the best defensive forwards of his era. He would usually play against the opposing team's top centre, and developed a reputation for neutralizing some of the league's top scorers. In 1970–71, he scored eight shorthanded goals, setting an NHL record.
its all pre-planned, leafs are officially tanking, they'll find themselves out of the playoffs also next season by the trade deadline, carlyle will be gone along with burke, eakins will take over leafs will get another top 3 pick, boom playoffs 13-14 season book it
I expected the team to be fighting for anywhere between 6-10 but this, this is EPIC. I am starting to think years from now we will look back and go "ya, its bad now but wow you should have been around in 2011/12."
...To the guy who said in the GDT thread that this loss indicates Carlyle can't coach an effective defensive system:
The Panthers were contained to just 27 shots. Thats respectable. That means the Leafs were playing decent defence. Five of those 27 shots were goals. Four of which, Reimer was in net for. He played scared. He was getting pushed around in his crease, wasn't challenging the shooter, dropping early, trouble tracking the puck, and playing deep in the paint. Thats goaltending, not defence.