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  The Maple Leafs were back on the ice a day after they were locked down in their hotel near the shootings in Ottawa. Toronto was supposed to play the Senators on Wednesday night, but the game was postponed. When news of the shooting broke, the Leafs were in the middle of normal game day preparations at the Westin Hotel, which adjoins the Rideau Centre mall across the street from the National War Memorial where Cpl. Nathan Cirillo was killed Wednesday. ''It's scary because the guy was what? 24 years old? That's how old I am,'' center Nazem Kadri said. ''It definitely puts things into perspective and certainly way too young to go.'' The Maple Leafs were back home in Toronto for practice Thursday, memories still fresh of the scary scene a day earlier. They could see ambulances outside their hotel windows. ''We were watching it unfold on TV and could see a little bit from our hotel room,'' forward Joffrey Lupul said. ''As ...

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The Ottawa Senators home game, which was postponed because of Wednesday's fatal shooting of a Canadian soldier guarding the National War Memorial cenotaph, has been rescheduled for November 9. The National Hockey League contest against the Toronto Maple Leafs at Canadian Tire Center arena will begin at 6:00 pm Ottawa time. The gunman struck at the heart of Canada's government Wednesday, storming into the parliament's main Centre Block building after shooting and killing a soldier who was conducting a ceremonial guard at the nearby National War Memorial and Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. The gunman was eventually shot dead by the assembly's sergeant-at-arms inside the Centre Block.

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For a family of four, the price of attending an NHL game rose by 4.7 percent from last season, according to the latest Team Marketing Report analysis of the League .  TMR released its new Fan Cost Index for 2014-15 on Thursday, and found that a theoretical family of four would spend $363.58 on average to attend a game. (At this point, we make the annual acknowledgement that the Fan Cost Index is built on the most gluttonous, materialistic family in the known universe:  The FCI comprises the price of four general -- not including premium seats -- season tickets, two small draft beers, four small soft drinks, four regular-sized hot dogs, parking for one car, two game programs and two adult-sized caps.) The Toronto Maple Leafs, as they do every year, lead the FCI at $572.58, which is up 1.9 percent. The Boston Bruins were second at $509.80, and Jeremy Jacobs has apparently decided to pass the lockout savings on to the fans by increasing their FCI by 14.8 percent. They’re followed by the New York Rangers ($479.48), Chicago Blackhawks ($463.20), Vancouver Canucks ($456.35), Montreal Canadiens ($413.04) and Winnipeg Jets ($411.94). At the bottom of the list are the Florida Panthers at $255.55 in the FCI, just below the Dallas Stars ($263.11). The Panthers ticket prices dropped by 18.3 percent. The Bruins, as mentioned earlier, had the steepest climb in ticket prices on average, by 20 percent. Here are the average ticket prices and the FCI for all 30 NHL teams, via Team Marketing Report:

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from Rob Longley of the Toronto Sun, “Obviously it was a tragic day and being that close to it made it seem even that much more real,” Leafs forward Joffrey Lupul said following his team’s practice Thursday at the MasterCard Centre. “It’s certainly not something you expect or even are aware of as a Canadian that there is a possibility something like that could happen here. “People like that at Parliament Hill and the prime minister being there and seeing it all unfold was surreal - especially seeing it all unfold from your room like that.” The Leafs team hotel was essentially across the road from the National War Memorial where soldier Nathan Cirillo was shot to death late Thursday morning. Players on higher floors saw the drama unfold and were captivated by the tragic events. read on

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The Maple Leafs were back on the ice a day after they were locked down in their hotel near the shootings in Ottawa. When news of the shooting broke, the Leafs were in the middle of normal game day preparations at the Westin Hotel, which adjoins the Rideau Centre mall across the street from the National War Memorial where Cpl. Nathan Cirillo was killed Wednesday. ''It definitely puts things into perspective and certainly way too young to go.'' The Maple Leafs were back home in Toronto for practice Thursday, memories still fresh of the scary scene a day earlier.

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TORONTO (AP) The Maple Leafs are back on the ice a day after they were locked down in their hotel near the shootings in Ottawa. Toronto was supposed to play the Senators on Wednesday night, but the game was postponed. The Maple Leafs were back home for practice Thursday. When news of the shooting broke, the Leafs were in the middle of normal game day preparations at the Westin Hotel, which adjoins the Rideau Centre mall across the street from the National War Memorial where a solider was shot and killed Wednesday. Players could see ambulances outside their hotel windows. Center Nazem Kadri says ''it definitely puts things into perspective.''

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OTTAWA, Ontario (AP) -- The game between the Senators and Toronto Maple Leafs that was postponed because of the shooting in Ottawa has been rescheduled for Nov. 9.

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(Reuters) - A game between the host Ottawa Senators and Toronto Maple Leafs that was postponed because of shootings in the Canadian capital has been rescheduled for Nov. 9, the National Hockey League said on Thursday. The game, originally scheduled for Wednesday, was postponed hours after a gunman killed a soldier and raced through Canada's parliament earlier in the day before being shot dead. ...

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The game between the Senators and Toronto Maple Leafs that was postponed because of the shooting in Ottawa has been rescheduled for Nov. 9. The NHL announced the new date Thursday, a day after the game was called off. It will start at 6 p.m. A gunman killed a soldier at Ottawa’s war memorial Wednesday then stormed Parliament before being shot dead. The Senators next play Saturday at home against the Devils. They host the Jets on Nov. 8. The Maples Leafs return to the ice Saturday against the Bruins in Toronto. They are at home against the Rangers on Nov. 8. [USA Today] The post Postponed Leafs-Senators Game Set For Nov. 9 appeared first on Geeks & Cleats.

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OTTAWA, Ontario (AP) The game between the Senators and Toronto Maple Leafs that was postponed because of the shooting in Ottawa has been rescheduled for Nov. 9. The NHL announced the new date Thursday, a day after the game was called off. It will start at 6 p.m. A gunman killed a soldier at Ottawa's war memorial Wednesday then stormed Parliament before being shot dead. The Senators next play Saturday at home against the Devils. They host the Jets on Nov. 8. The Maples Leafs return to the ice Saturday against the Bruins in Toronto. They are at home against the Rangers on Nov. 8.


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