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Toronto Sports Fanzone – Who’s in action tonight April 14/2022

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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 (4-2) vs New York Yankees (3-3) 7:05 pm EDT at Yankee Stadium

Watch it on SportsNet One

Tonight the Blue Jays continue their four-game stand against the Yankees in the Big Apple after splitting the first two games and defeating the Yankees 6-4 on Wednesday. Closer Jordan Romano registered his fourth save last night while right handed pitcher Adam Climber got his second win of the season. Vlad Guerrero was essentially the man of the match, taking the team on his back and hitting three home-runs albeit with a bloodied hand as a result of when Aaron Hicks stepping on his digits at first base.

Tonight right hander Kevin Gausman will take to the mound while Luis Severino gets the start for the pinstripes.

Toronto Maple Leafs (47-20-6) vs Washington Capitals (41-22-10) 7:00 pm EDT at Scotiabank Arena

Watch it on TSN4

The Maple Leafs host the Washington Capitals tonight, 7 pm at Scotiabank Arena. TheLeafs are coming off a 5-2 loss at the hands of the Buffalo Sabres and they face a Washington team that just annihilated the Flyers 9-2 Tuesday night. The Caps are holding down the last Eastern ConferenceWild Card playoff spot just 3 points by hand the third place Penguins in the Metropolitan Division. Jack ‘soupy’ Campbell get the nod in net tonight after being off injured for two games nursing a sore ribs. Also, integral rearguard Jake Muzzin will be back in the lineup against the Caps after missing the game against the Sabres Muzzin with an undisclosed ailment unrelated to his recent concussion. According to Sportsnet, Jason Spezza and Nick Abruzzese skated as extras at practice today, sothey nay be in the press box while Kyle Clifford and Wayne Simmonds skating on the fourth line with Colin Blackwell.

by Terry Lankstead

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