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From the Branches: What time is it anyway?

The Leafs got an extra hour to think about what they did last night.

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Welcome to the first day of Standard Time! Did you remember to reset your clocks last night or are you up far too early this morning?

The Leafs... played hockey last night. It did not go well.

Today, Team Canada takes on Team Finland in pre-Four Nations tournament action, so that will be a great game that no one can watch. (Unless you’re in Florida, in which case, head on down to the Florida Hospital Center Ice in Wesley Chapel to watch some A+ hockey.)

We Blue Chunks: Leafs 4 - Blues 6 - Pension Plan Puppets
The Leafs fall short in The Gateway City

Markham Thunder fall to Calgary Inferno, 3-1 - Pension Plan Puppets
Calgary gets the better of Markham in the first game of their weekend series

Solar Bears feel bite from Everblades again - Don Money

Maple Leafs by the numbers: The 90’s - Pension Plan Puppets
Seldo kicks off a new series.

Magical Marlies Meetup - November 25th - Pension Plan Puppets
Reminder that this is happening in a couple weeks

Other games

Flyers vs Avalanche recap: shootouts suck - Broad Street Hockey
Flyers dominate, but can’t come away with the two points.

Recap: Jackets steal point, lose 5-4 in SO - The Cannon
Featuring a great comeback against the best team in the league

Recap: Winnipeg Jets fail to take off against the Montreal Canadiens; lose - Arctic Ice Hockey
Jets lose in a game where the score was not indicative of the play.

Capitals vs. Bruins Recap: Wilson Scores Twice, Very Nice in 3-2 Win - Japers' Rink
The Caps faced an injury-riddled Boston Bruins team, and they took advantage of it with a smart road game in a 3-2 win.

Blackhawks vs. Wild 2017 final score, highlights, and more - Second City Hockey
Who is hotter than Crawford right now? Nobody, I say!

Other stuff

Fight for girls’ hockey rights led to some dark corners | Toronto Star
A young Justine Blainey’s battle began with a letter to the Sunday Star, led to a long legal saga, and eventually to a victory allowing girls to play on boys’ teams. Along the way, there was a lot of pain and viciousness.