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The Leafs Central Division road trip starts out with a win and a first NHL goal for Rasmus Sandin

Toronto Maple Leafs v Nashville Predators Photo by Frederick Breedon/Getty Images

The Maple Leafs recharged on their bye-week and came storming out of the gates with a win last night in Nashville. Here’s our recap of last night’s game.

Rasmus Sandin scored his first NHL goal, let’s watch it again!

There was also a scare when Kasperi Kapanen left the game and did not return, but it sounds like it was precautionary only from a fluke accident.

The Leafs next game is Wednesday against the Dallas Stars at 7:30 p.m. ET.

ICYMI

Here’s what we wrote about yesterday.

What it will take to get the Leafs back in a playoff spot - Katya
The Leafs lost a lot before the break, so let’s have a look again at how much they have to win to fix this.

AHL All-Star Classic: Day 1 - IceDesert
It's the first such AHL event to be hosted by a team in the new Pacific division, and, as Ontario Reign season ticket holders, we've been hearing about it for a year and a half, so it's good to end the anticipation and get on with the event.

Maple Leafs schedule: The final 33 games - elseldo
Who, where, when, how to watch.

Other News

LOLHABS

LOLHABS 2.0

Junior hockey coach swinging stick at fan says he was protecting his players - CBC News
A junior hockey coach who lashed out at a heckling fan by swinging at him with a hockey stick says he was protecting his players from an aggressive fan, but the coach of the opposing team says there was nothing to be afraid of.

Junior hockey coach caught on video at Sask. game swinging stick at fan says he was protecting his players

An Alberta junior hockey coach who lashed out at a heckling fan by swinging at him with a hockey stick says he was protecting his players from an aggressive fan. But the coach of the opposing team says there was nothing to be afraid of: www.cbc.ca/1.5442082

Posted by CBC Calgary on Monday, January 27, 2020

Ya. Junior hockey parents, folks.

Anyway, there’s only four weeks to the NHL trade deadline!