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Toronto Sports FanZone – Who’s in action tonight? – April 13/2022


A quick and easy way to find out which Toronto sports teams are playing tonight: Leafs, Raptors, Jays, TFC, Argos and more

Toronto Blue Jays (3-2) vs New York Yankees (3-2) 7:05 pm EDT at Yankee Stadium

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Tonight the Blue Jays continue their four-game stand against the Yankees in the Big Apple after splitting the first two games. Both teams with three and two records trail Tampa Bay Rays, who started are now 4-1 On the mound tonight for the Jays is right-handed pitcher Jose Berrios who had a tough first outing, being relieved of his duties in the early innings at the Jays home opener, while right hander Gerrit Cole will take to the mound for the Yankees. The Blue Jays went two for three to start the season at home abeofre losing 12-6 defeat at the hands of the Texas Rangers. They have split the first two games with the New York Yankees, winning 3-0 then losing 0-4.

No other Toronto teams are in action tonight but last night the Leafs, who have already clinched a playoff berth, lost 5-2 to the Buffalo Sabres at Scotiabank Arena on Tuesday. Mississauga’s Owen Power, who was chosen first overall in the 2021 NHL entry draft, had a solid debut going plus 2 on the night for the visiting Sabres. Powerhouse goal scorer Auston Matthews was actually kept off the board for the first time in 17 games.

“I think it’s pretty simple, we just didn’t play well,” Matthews said. “I thought from the start, it didn’t seem like we had much energy on the bench, much energy on the ice. I thought there were definitely plays to be made but we didn’t do a good job of executing. It’s pretty simple, we just didn’t play up to our standard tonight.”

Erik Kallgren made 23 saves for the Maple Leafs (47-20-6), who are 7-1-1 in their past nine. Toronto are sitting second in the Atlantic Division, four points ahead of the Tampa Bay Lightning, who will face off at home against Anaheim Thursday night.

The Maple Leafs host the Washington Capitals Thursday, 7 pm at Scotiabank Arena. The game will be televised on TSN4.

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