The Leafs are hosting the St. Louis Blues tonight, it's the game in a busy period for the schedule with seven games in twelve days, but that's not what anyone is talking about today because it's judgment day for Morgan Rielly.

He's live in New York to appear before the Department of Player Safety for his crosscheck at the end of the game on Saturday and you know whatever is the ruling it's going to be the biggest NHL news of the day. Everyone is waiting for it, and we're probably going to be waiting until the afternoon, so buckle up and get ready for the ride because whatever is the punishment it will be way too much or too little or proof the league is run by Toronto or hates Toronto or something!

We'll have our preview of tonight's game out later this morning.

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