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[Game Preview] - Arizona Coyotes @ Toronto Maple Leafs

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The Leafs head home for part 2 of a back to back, hoping for a more exciting game.

Matt Kartozian-USA TODAY Sports

Wow, last nights game eh? So that was something.. Okay, I didn't watch it, but I told you I wouldn't, and if you did, I'm sorry you make bad choices. Though I hear Rielly had one great shift in OT.

Tonight the Maple Leafs host the Coyotes, after travelling home from New Jersey with a loser point and not much to be proud of.  Both the Coyotes and the Leafs are on losing streaks, Arizona sits at 2-6-2 in their past 10, while the Leafs have a record of...1-8-1...are you fucking kidding me?

Well, someone has to win tonight, unless the power goes out in the 2nd period and they postpone the rest of the game.

Here's your preview, if you want to watch.

Arizona Coyotes @ Toronto Maple Leafs
TV: Fox Sports Arizona / TSN4
Radio: TSN 1050AM
SBN: Five For Howling

Coyotes: A bunch of losers. Here they are:

Tobias Rieder - Antoine Vermette - Shane Doan
Martin Erat - Martin Hanzal - Sam Gagner
Brandon McMillan - Kyle Chipchura - David Moss
Lucas Lessio - Brendan Shinnimin - Lauri Korpikoski

Keith Yandle - Michael Stone
Oliver Ekman-Larsson - Zbynek Michalek
Andrew Campbell - Connor Murphy

Mike Smith
Mike McKenna

Scratched: Chris Summers, B.J. Crombeen, Brendan Shinnimin
Injured: Mikkel Boedker (spleen), Joe Vitale (upper body)

Maple Leafs: An even bigger bunch of fucking losers

Leo Komarov - Nazem Kadri - Phil Kessel
James van Riemsdyk - Tyler Bozak - David Clarkson
Daniel Winnik - Peter Holland - Mike Santorelli
David Booth - Trevor Smith - Richard Panik

Korbinian Holzer - Cody Franson
Morgan Rielly - Roman Polak
Jake Gardiner - Petter Granberg

Jonathan Bernier
James Reimer

Scratched: Stuart Percy
Injured: Dion Phaneuf (hand), Joffrey Lupul (lower body), Stephane Robidas (upper body)

What to expect: A big pile of...

In their last meeting the Coyotes beat the Maple Leafs 3-2. There was no recap here, because I guess we'd already given up on the season.

Here's that game in 6

What to expect from tonight? Who knows. Maybe Mike Smith will play like the Olympian he is? Maybe Bernier does better playing BOTH GAMES OF A BACK TO BACK? Who knows, I'll be passed out by game time.