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Monday’s FTB: See you in December, Leafs

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A two week road trip begins in Vegas.

A Camel fighter flying over crowd. (Pho Photo by Ralph Crane/The LIFE Picture Collection via Getty Images

Good morning fans of the Toronto Maple Leafs and others who shun joy.

The Maple Leafs are currently in Las Vegas, preparing to face the Golden Knights tomorrow night in game one of a five game, two week road trip that won’t see the Leafs skate on Scotiabank Arena ice until November 30th, which is, of course, game two of a back to back.

Tuesday, November 19th - @ Vegas Golden Knights, 10PM
Thursday, November 21st - @ Arizona Coyotes, 9PM
Saturday, November 23rd - @ Colorado Avalanche, 7PM
Wednesday, November 27th - @ Detroit Red Wings, 7PM
Friday, November 29th - @ Buffalo Sabres, 4PM
Saturday, November 30th - vs Buffalo Sabres, 7PM

I’m sure the Leafs will come home after the Avalanche game, sort some things out, fire some people, make some trades, figure their stuff out, then fly out to Detroit.

Is anyone going to stay up and watch the Vegas or Coyotes games? It’s pretty late to be disappointed.

Poll

Will you stay up to watch the late games?

This poll is closed

  • 25%
    Both
    (83 votes)
  • 2%
    Vegas Only
    (9 votes)
  • 1%
    Arizona Only
    (6 votes)
  • 58%
    I don’t hate myself that much
    (192 votes)
  • 12%
    West coast timezone baby, I’m happy to finally have a game start after I get home.
    (40 votes)
330 votes total Vote Now

Here’s some of the links I found.

Hockey Novice in Canada sums up our feelings.

Headlines was busy for Leafs news on the weekend.

Mats Sundin came to town for Hall of Fame weekend.

Centre of Leafs Nation gets on the Babcock train.

True Blue Leafs demands answers!

I said this to my wife and all she wanted to talk about was the time we were in the Leafs dressing room and he ran through in his underwear.

I haven’t watched a second of Jets* hockey so....sure?

The Sudbury Wolves and Hamilton Bulldogs combined for 21 goals last night. Leafs prospect Kalle Loponen was missing, having not played since leaving their Saturday night game with an injury.

They won’t let me embed their highlight video, but you can see it here.

Enjoy your day everyone!