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FTB: The Stanley Cup could be awarded on Sunday

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Some ex-Toronto Maple Leafs could help the Blues finish off the Bruins Sunday and win their first ever Stanley Cup.

Toronto Maple Leafs v St. Louis Blues Photo by Dilip Vishwanat/Getty Images

There could be a championship celebration in Toronto soon, but not before there could be one in St. Louis. The Raptors are back here to play on Monday.

In the mean time, the NHL can wrap up the Stanley Cup Final on Sunday night with a historic win by the Blues. The Game is Sunday at 8:00 p.m. EDT.

Or the Bruins could push it off to a Game 7 on Tuesday. But we don’t want that.

In either case, there’s no Leafs news to talk about that we haven’t already covered (and recovered). Perhaps we’ll learn something new again during the game on Sunday? Maybe yet another player wants to be traded away? Maybe they’ve finally figure out a deal for Brown, Bracco, and a second?

Enjoy your weekend, Leafs fans.

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