The Toronto Maple Leafs' losing streak is over. It didn't come easy after giving up a late power-play goal, but the Leafs snapped their five-game skid by beating the Dallas Stars 3-2 in overtime Thursday night at Air Canada Centre. Trevor Smith scored 4:18 into overtime for the Leafs, who won for the first time since Nov. 23 despite being outshot for the 10th consecutive game, this time 50-24. Full Story.(Photo: Claus Andersen/Getty Images)
Driving A Different Lane
It's not easy to turn the page after being on the wrong side of a 27-point comeback. There's no manual on regrouping in the aftermath of something like that, mostly because it doesn't happen much. Tuesday was the first time the Toronto Raptors had suffered such a collapse in its 19-year existence. Instead of hitting the gym on Thursday, coach Dwane Casey called an audible to help his team regroup. TSN Radio 1050's Josh Lewenberg explains. Full Story.
Changes At Hand?
Coming off a franchise-record 26-point second half blown lead that knocked them a season-high five games under .500, Raptors GM Masai Ujiri realizes his team has serious roster flaws and expects his conversations with GM's around the league to intensify following a Dec.15 deadline which allows teams to deal the free agents they signed in the off-season. Full Story.
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