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FTB: Maple Leafs begin a hectic schedule against the Stars tonight

The Leafs will play in 13 games over the next 25 days.

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Thomas Skrlj

The last game of the NHL regular season for the Maple Leafs is on Saturday April 4th. That’s 25 days, including today. Over that time the Leafs will play a total of 13 games, starting with the Stars tonight, and ending with the Canadiens. It’s a tough slog to end a regular season that has seen severall odd stretches of four days off in the schedule so far.

Joining the team tonight will be Andreas Johnsson who was called up from the Marlies. Speaking of the Marlies, they are playing tonight too against the Laval Rocket at Ricoh Coliseum.

We’ll have a preview of tonight’s Leafs game up later this morning.

ICYMI

Here’s what we wrote about yesterday.

Maple Leafs call up Andreas Johnsson and Calle Rosen - Katya
The Leafs weren’t Swedish enough, and they’ve found a way to fix that.

OHL playoffs ahead for Leafs prospects - ElSeldo
The Soo Greyhounds are dominating the season and clinched first overall way back earlier in the season.

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