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FTB: Maple Leafs have busy schedule of three games in four days starting tomorrow

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First up are the Colorado Avalanche on Monday.

Toronto Maple Leafs v Ottawa Senators Photo by Andre Ringuette/NHLI via Getty Images

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The Maple Leafs got their revenge against the Senators last night, barely. After losing the game before the bye week they made a comeback after trailing early to squeeze out a 4-3 win.

Leafs come back strong and beat the Senators in regulation - Katya
It looked like it was all going to hell in Ottawa, but nope, the Maple Leafs staged a comeback to win it 4-3.

However they don’t have much time to rest. They are back in Toronto to face the red hot Avalanche tomorrow, and then jet out the next day to cram in two road games in the Central Division before the NHL All-Star Game break.

Shots Fired: Frederik Andersen – Centre Of Leafs Nation
”Coming from the usually soft spoken Andersen, his comments should come as a wake up call to his teammates he was referencing.

Auston Matthews Needs More Power Play Time - LWOH
A recent Sportsnet article argued Toronto Maple Leafs’ center Auston Matthews was getting enough power play time. But anyone who follows the Leafs closely would agree that’s a load of hogwash. Auston Matthews needs more power play time.

.Toronto Marlies tie franchise record with seventh consecutive win in Syracuse - MLHS
The Toronto Marlies kept their latest winning streak intact despite being outplayed for large stretches in Syracuse on Friday evening.

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CWHL: Toronto Furies lose 7-3, Markham Thunder lose 3-2 in overtime - nafio
Three Toronto goals and a 43 save performance from Markham goalie Liz Knox were not enough for wins tonight.

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Katie Janes was in her glee sharing the ice with Wendel Clark at hockey clinic - Western Star
Katie Janes was all smiles sharing the ice with Toronto Maple Leafs legend Wendel Clark during a hockey clinic put off by the National Hockey League club as part of the 2018 Hockey Day in Canada celebrations Thursday.

For Doug Weight, Josh Ho-Sang needs to prove he belongs in the big league - Newsday
The Islanders coach says his talented forward has to show he’s working hard in the AHL before he gets called up.