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Toronto Maple Leafs
Even with playoff advancement at stake, sometimes it’s as though the Leafs need to be reminded they’re in a hockey game that counts. They can only hope the buzz of an all-time comeback will keep that fact top of mind come Sunday night, Dave Feschuk writes.
Bruce Arthur: Champions don’t hesitate. The Leafs will get what they deserve in Game 5 — win or lose
In Game 4, at a point when they didn’t look like the better team, the Leafs summoned a series of miracles. It was, despite the elation, a dangerous way to live. Their season is on the line again Sunday. If they have what it takes, now’s the time to prove it, Bruce Arthur writes.
The Jason Spezza scrap was a wakeup call for the Leafs. Fighting is up in the playoffs — and Don Cherry is watching
Spezza signed with the Maple Leafs — his hometown team — to win the Stanley Cup, not to go down in four games in the qualifying round. So, the 17-year veteran who has seen a thing or two did what he felt he had to do in Game 4. Cue the comeback.
Colorado lost its first game of round robin play on Saturday, will be the No. 2 seed in the playoffs.
The Avalanche rallied to force overtime Saturday but lost 4-3 in sudden-death to the Vegas Golden Knights at Rogers Place in Edmonton.