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Game 51 Open Thread: The end of the Canucks

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One more time, just for fun.

Vancouver Canucks v Toronto Maple Leafs Photo by Mark Blinch/NHLI via Getty Images

We are counting down to puck drop here, as the Toronto Maple Leafs face off against the Vancouver Canucks one last time in the 2021 NHL season. And what a ride it has been.

Game One: Toronto Maple Leafs 7 - Vancouver Canucks 3

Jason Spezza scored a hat trick, Auston Matthews had two, and the Leafs easily beat the Canucks in their first meeting.

Game two: Toronto Maple Leafs 5 - Vancouver Canucks 1

Matthews and Wayne Simmonds each had two goals in another rout of the Canucks.

Game three: Toronto Maple Leafs 3 - Vancouver Canucks 1

Kerfoot, Matthews, and Rielly all teamed up to beat the Canucks to sweep the series in February.

Game four: Vancouver Canucks 3 - Toronto Maple Leafs 1

The Leafs first trip to Vancouver didn’t go as well as the homestand. Pierre Engvall was the only Leaf to score.

Game five: Vancouver Canucks 4 - Toronto Maple Leafs 2

John Tavares and Jimmy Vesey tried their best to keep the Leafs ahead but the Canucks came back to take the series.

Game six: Vancouver Canucks 3 - Toronto Maple Leafs 2 OT

After sitting for weeks due to an outbreak of COVID-19 the Canucks returned to play and pushed the Leafs around, winning the game in overtime thanks to a Bo Horvat goal.

Game seven: Vancouver Canucks 6 - Toronto Maple Leafs 3

Oh man, let’s just skip this one.

Game eight: Toronto Maple Leafs 4 - Vancouver Canucks 1

This was a great game. The big 3 scored, and what a lot of fun.

Now hopefully we end things on a high note.

Toronto Maple Leafs vs Vancouver Canucks
7:00PM - Hockey Night in Canada
CBC, Sportsnet, NHL Live

Here are your lines.

And the Canucks:

Who cares?

Go Leafs Go!