The Leafs were finally back in action last night after a three day break and they were ready to win, easily dispatching the Flyers and winning 6-2. Here's our recap of the game:

Recap: Leafs cruise to comfortable victory over Flyers
The Toronto Maple Leafs cruised to a 6-2 win over the Philadelphia Flyers on Thursday night. Tyler Bertuzzi led the way with two goals (should’ve been a hat trick), followed by Auston Matthews’ 55th and William Nylander’s 35th goals of the year. Pontus Holmberg and Timothy Liljegren also scored to

Let's take one more look at Auston Matthews' scoring his 55th goal of the season.

The Leafs will face the Flyers again next week on Tuesday, but they will first have to get through Hurricanes tomorrow. In the interim, it's some time to catch up on injuries. Mitch Marner was out last night with a "minor" high ankle sprain and now there's concern about Jarnkrok.

A lot of this will be sorted out at the practice this morning so brace yourselves for news around 11:00 a.m. or so.

The Marlies face the Amerks tonight to start an away-home series. They will play them again at Scotiabank Arena tomorrow and then face the Laval Rocket at the Coliseum Sunday for St. Patrick's Day.

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What is the resolution? What even actually happened? We will never know.

"Public auction still needs to be scheduled."
I have no idea what that means but who wants to bet that the Coyotes somehow botch it?

Have you seen 20,000 Jaromir Jagr bobbleheads sitting around somewhere?

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It's just a game.

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