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The Leafs check out the new arena tonight after a rough loss against the Wild.

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The Leafs lost 2-0 to the Minnesota Wild last night and it wasn’t pretty. Check out our recap.

Recap: Leafs play not quite shinny against the Wild in a 2-0 loss - Katya
Leafs gave the game away with some poor choices and lightweight effort.

Tonight they finish their road trip with in Detroit against the Red Wings. The Wings have won only one game in regulation in their last ten. The Leafs should have this one with ease, right?


Can we have Auston Matthews back now, please?

We will have a preview of the game up later this morning. After tonight’s game the Leafs have the weekend off. Yep. That’s right. No Leafs hockey on Saturday night because of that silly outdoor game in Ottawa hogging all the attention.


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The number is retired for him, but he barely wore it.

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Team Canada is cutting down their roster for the World Juniors. Here are the cuts yesterday courtesy of Bob McKenzie.

  • Dennis Cholowski (DET)
  • Cody Glass (VGK)
  • Kole Lind (VAN)
  • Samuel Harvey (undrafted)
  • Logan Stanley (WPG)
  • Jonathan Ang (FLA)

Ovechkin has a degree in hockey geometry.

Kreider and Buchnevich need Zibanejad - Blueshirt Banter
While I’m sure this comes as no surprise, the KZB line started and stayed dominant right up until Zibanejad’s concussion, staking out a decisive claim for the title of the Rangers’ top line.