The Maple Leafs won a wild game against the Sabres last night which kept you on the edge of your seat much of the time wondering if they would pull it off and they did. Here’s our recap.
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The Leafs are squeezing in three more games before Christmas, playing back-to-back games on Friday night against the Rangers, and Saturday against the Red Wings. Then there’s an oddball Monday game against the Hurricanes which starts at 2:00 p.m. because, hey, why not?
Everyone on the Marlies is now attached to a yo-yo held in Kyle Dubas’ hand.
Leafs add Brooks to the roster on an Emergency Recall - Katya
Someone bumped into Trevor Moore in practice is the stated explanation.
Maple Leafs call up Liljegren and Marincin - Hardev
Both are on emergency call ups, so who’s hurt?
Keefe reiterated on Trevor Moore that he passed concussion protocol after telling #Leafs medical staff about hit at practice yesterday. Team held him out to let Moore settle and see if anything else comes up.— Kristen Shilton (@kristen_shilton) December 18, 2019
Better safe than sorry, basically.
Taylor Hall is already helping his new team win games.
Andrei Svechnikov pulled off the lacrosse goal again.
Meanwhile in Springfield, Mr. Burns has acquired some spiffy new gear for his team.
What if your favorite hometown hockey team was called the Springfield Ice-O-Topes? What if, on February 1st, the T-Birds become the Springfield Ice-O-Topes for one day only? Happy 30th Anniversary #TheSimpsons To learn more and purchase tickets 🎟️>> https://t.co/ybchXe1cbi pic.twitter.com/99ldbQwTCm— Springfield T-Birds (@ThunderbirdsAHL) December 17, 2019
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