The Duck hunt went very well last night.

Recap: Leafs bounce the Ducks right out of the building
Duck is off the menu for the rest of the season.

The big story was of course Auston Matthews getting another hat trick last night, bringing his total scoring to 48 goals this season. With 29 games left to go, 60 goals seems inevitable, and now there is chatter about the possibility of him joining the historically elite group of players that get up to 70 goals in one season. That hasn't been done since Teemu Selanne and Alexander Mogilny in 1993. He's also in the running to go pretty high on the last of most hat tricks in one season.

Oh and don't forget our friend Willy setting a milestone last night too.

Both the Leafs and Marlies play matinee games on Family Day tomorrow. The Leafs will be in St. Louis and the game starts at 1:00 p.m.. The Marlies will takeover Scotiabank Arena and play the Rochester Americans at 2:00 p.m.

Radko Gudas seemed relatively calm given how completely his team was obliterated. Perhaps this is why:

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Species is still angry about the Marchment trade.

Leafs prospects were in action last night in the WHL.

Tax dollars at work or a waste?

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