Well that sure wasn’t the ideal way to start a week off! But hey, maybe a week without hockey is just what the Toronto Maple Leafs all need, and they’ll come back rested and refreshed and happy and ready to not do whatever that was ever again.
- No 1,000th point for Patrick Kane
- Timothy Liljegren! In the NHL! Live and on TV!
- William Nylander scored his 22nd goal of the year, tying his career high with 33 games left to play
- Everything else
Trevor Moore is down on the Marlies for conditioning:
The Toronto Star interviews Bonnie Marner:
The NHL’s Black Hockey History Tour visits Detroit this weekend:
This tour comes to Toronto February 6, 7 and 8.
The Los Angeles Times takes a look at what the NHL is doing to reach Latino fans:
And finally, some good hockey vibes to carry you forward into the next week – the first 34 goals of the year for number 34:
content warning: explicit— rahef ✨ (@rahef_issa) January 18, 2020
34 for 34 pic.twitter.com/2iWb0jGfdV
Happy Sunday everyone!