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Randy is going to embrace the memories, not shy from them.

In fact, he walks into the Duck on Monday night, Carlyle take a satisfying look up at the Stanley Cup banner that is from the building’s rafters.

A he helped put there.

The Maple bench isn’t going to an “aw shucks” attitude he returns to Anaheim on Monday to for the first time since fired by the Ducks on Nov. 31,

In fact, he told Snapshots on that he’ll definitely seeing reminders of that championship season of seven ago when his Leafs invade the Center to take on a Ducks that has the most points in the Hockey League right

“Why wouldn’t I?” said, wearing a big grin on his as he talked about the banner. something to be proud of.

“They can take it away from I’ll guarantee you that.”

He was about the championship, of course. Not the

Carlyle accrued a 273-208 while coaching the Ducks, a that ran from 2005-11. And he still spends significant of his spare time in southern it certainly will be different into a building he once his hockey home.

“I’ve never coached the visitors bench, so that be kind of weird,” Carlyle

Meanwhile Thursday’s game at the Center against the Los Angeles will be the first time Jonathan Bernier will be on the ice there since he was dealt to the in the off-season. You can bet he’s hoping gives him the start against Quick, the man he backed up for a handful of out on the left coast.

Of course, a Leaf-Flyers game without a call or two?

This one in the second period of the Leafs 4-3 win on Saturday when the Flyers trying to scratch and claw way back from their two-goal hole.

In this instance, the Flyers appeared to have narrowed the lead to 2-1 just 2:58 the second when Matt hacking and whacking at Bernier’s pad resulted in the puck squeezing and going over the line.

As the celebrated, the officials, after a conference, waved off the goal, that Bernier had already up the puck long enough for the to be considered ….

According to coach Craig Berube, the was made by the official standing in the zone, not the one behind the net. The told Berube that the zone guy was waiting for the other one to his whistle.

Confused? Imagine how Berube

“I obviously don’t with it but what can you do?” said.

Of course, when the Mason Raymond tapped the over the line to put Toronto up 3-2 less than seven remaining, the Flyers claimed Steve Mason had the puck But replays clearly showed the was lying loose when tapped it in.

X’s and Woes

job by the Leafs honouring 19 Canadian who won medals in Sochi. The organization has been criticized for its ceremonies in the but this one was done with The 1964 Marlies called by the greatest junior team will be honoured at Ricoh on Sunday. Nazem Kadri had a chipping in on the secondary scoring by the Leafs Saturday, taking of the pressure off the Phil Kessel-Tyler van Riemsdyk line. “We to help those guys said Kadri. “We doing that well we were on that hot streak prior to the Olympics.”

Last Minute of Play

forward Wayne Simmonds, playing in his hometown in front of and family, caused chaos all in Bernier’s crease, with the defence unable to move Indeed, Leafs blueliners are to need more push against hard-charging teams the Flyers who were nudging all night. Maybe Simmonds was practising driving through the in order to prepare for Sunday he and teammate Claude Giroux help take on the Harlem at the Wells Fargo Center at 5 “I’m going to try some and a couple of nice passes,” Simmonds, a native of Scarborough. I’ll have to keep it because I don’t want to like an ….”

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