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Hopefully there’s no bath salts or alligators involved on this trip.

Colorado Avalanche v Toronto Maple Leafs Photo by Claus Andersen/Getty Images

The Leafs were the victims of an avalanche of six goals last night.

They now have two days off before departing for a Florida road trip on which they will play the Lightning Thursday, and the Panthers on Friday.

Yes, this means the Leafs will have one of those rare weekends where they don’t play a Saturday game. Take advantage; do that thing around your house you’ve been procrastinating on for weeks or months!

ICYMI

Here’s what we wrote about in the past 24 hours.

Back to Excited Episode 45 - Arvind, Fulemin, and Fulecat
We get angry at the word ‘heavy.’

Michael Hutchinson is still on the Maple Leafs roster - Katya
[Species: At least get some new pads already.]

Furies douse Inferno 3-0 - Annie
Elaine Chuli gets the shutout as the Furies split the weekend series.

Other News

JvR has been teaching his most famous moves to his new teammates.

He pulled off the infamous green mouthguard trick in the game.

OOPS, TSN?

You made Bobo angry!

Is This Ducks Season A Loss? - Anaheim Calling
Bob Murray’s statement, RC staying, eleven game losing streak, Cogliano gone, and more changes could come. Things feel like they may be falling apart.

Shore traded for Cogliano - Defending Big D
Days after head coach Jim Montgomery talked about his team being mired in a "culture of mediocrity" comes a shake up of the forward unit with a trade of Devin Shore for Andrew Cogliano.

Buyer’s Market Could Hamper Blueshirts’ Returns - Blueshirt Banter
If the Rangers want to assure maximized returns, they’ll need to act quickly and decisively.

Taking Liberties with Collin Delia - CalRubber Hockey
"One day I thought, “I could do that.” I researched companies that make handmade leather goods. All of my stuff is hand-stitched. It’s pretty intensive. If you want something to last, you have to do it by hand."