The March Break week has started today for hundreds of thousands of kids in the GTA, but for the Maple Leafs it’s more like mid-term exam week. Their final three-day break of his season has passed and now it’s a rough schedule through the next month to the end of the regular season on April 13.
From here on in, the Leafs average a game every other day, with only rare two -day breaks. It starts tonight, with four games over the next six days.
Here’s the schedule for the week (all Eastern Daylight Time; you did reset your clocks, right?) :
- vs. Buffalo Sabres, tonight at 7:30 p.m. on SNO (regional broadcast)
- vs. Colorado Avalanche, Wednesday at 7:00 p.m. on SN (national broadcast)
- vs. Carolina Hurricanes, Friday at 7:00 p.m. on TSN4 (regional broadcast - also the St. Pat’s Day game)
- @ Ottawa Senators, Saturday at 7:00 p.m. on CBC/SN (HNIC game)/
It’s a going to be a really busy week with lots of games, and it’s going to be like that for the next week too with basically the same schedule only shifted by a day, so starting Tuesday and ending Sunday.
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