Tuesday’s Toronto Coverage

Via: SabreSpace

Sabres stymie Leafs in home opener (Toronto Sun)
Close calls might not cut it for Leafs fans (Toronto Sun)
Leafs’ Carlyle: Respect needs to be earned (Toronto Sun)
Miller still Mr. Everything for Sabres (Toronto Sun)
Hockey fans let NHL and players off too easy (Toronto Sun)
Kostka takes long road to Maple Leafs (Toronto Sun)
Maple Leafs lose home opener to Buffalo Sabres (Toronto Star)
Buffalo forward Cody Hodgson glad to see Sabres toughen up (Toronto Star)
Maple Leafs must be wishing Ryan Miller wasn’t still a Sabre (Toronto Star)
Nowhere to go but up for low-rent goalie Ben Scrivens (Toronto Star)
Maple Leafs defenceman Jake Gardiner close to returning (Toronto Star)
Hockey-starved fans brave biting cold to cheer their heroes (Toronto Star)
Maple Leafs bested by Sabres in home opener (Toronto Globe and Mail)
Leafs’ home opener strikes appropriate tone (Toronto Globe and Mail)
Miller shows value of having elite player at goaltending position (Toronto Globe and Mail)
Lupul deal part of Nonis’s bid to keep Leafs core (Toronto Globe and Mail)
Sabres won’t be pushed around this season (Toronto Globe and Mail)
Photo gallery (Toronto Globe and Mail)
Leafs’ offence fails to help Ben Scrivens in loss to Sabres (National Post)
Mike Kostka a refreshing change from same old Leafs (National Post)
Maple Leafs in tough against Sabre (Hamilton Spectator)
Leafs forward Lupul says decision to sign long-term deal was an easy one to make (CP)
Randy Carlyle’s message getting through to Leafs (CBC Sports)
Leafs can’t beat Miller – again (TSN)
Two points gone (Sportsnet)
Leafs coach Randy Carlyle juggles Old School and New Age (MapleLeafs.com)
Photo gallery (MapleLeafs.com)
Photo gallery (Sabres.com)
Photo gallery (Buffalo News)