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FTB: The Leafs busy schedule continues with another game today

The team won’t have two days off in a row until December.

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Brendan Shanahan #11 of the New Jersey Devils skates collides with Tom Fergus #19 of the Toronto Maple Leafs during an NHL Hockey game circa 1988 at the Brendan Byrne Arena in East Rutherford, New Jersey.
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The Maple Leafs have one big slog of games to get through as we march toward December. The schedule doesn’t give the team more than a single day off between games for the next two weeks; the 1st and 2nd of December.

It’s a rough schedule too. While the next three games are at home, the Leafs then take off to play four games in six days on the road, including the stop in Minnesota on Black Friday where they will play at 2:00 p.m. ET. That will also be the only TSN game in this mix through early December as they turn over most of their broadcast schedule to covering the FIFA World Cup games. This means all weekday games through the end of the month, other than that one Friday next week, will be on Sportsnet Ontario or SN1 only, including tonight’s game against the New Jersey Devils. The Saturday games will still be available on CBC for Hockey Night in Canada.

We’ll have our preview of tonight’s game out around noon.

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[SPECIES: If you have a pressure cooker, this recipe is for you, and it uses the vegetables you can buy in bulk pretty cheap right now. I substituted out the pumpkin for butternut squash, which is only $1/pound or less now at most grocery stores. A super secret is that most canned pumpkin actually is butternut squash anyway because they are almost the exact same, so substitute away!]

Poll

Would you substitute squash for pumpkin?

  • 14%
    I only use real pumpkin in November, when it matters!
    (15 votes)
  • 21%
    This isn’t news to me. I’ve been on to the lies from Big Squash for years.
    (23 votes)
  • 42%
    I don’t care. Pumpkin is a fourth line gourd in my kitchen even when the Acorn Squash goes on LTIR.
    (45 votes)
  • 20%
    Look, it’s my lunch time right now, and all I want is to have some of Species’ delicious November Stew.
    (22 votes)
105 votes total Vote Now