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Leaf links: Lucky number 3,000 Add to ...

The 3,000th regular-season home game in franchise history was a real roller coaster ride, but the Leafs managed to snatch victory from the jaws of complete collapse at the Air Canada Centre last night.

The team begins a four-game road trip tonight in Atlanta (Sportsnet 7:30 p.m.). Evander Kane and Dustin Byfuglien are questionable for the game with lower body injuries. Look for James Reimer to get the call for Toronto between the pipes.

Next week is all about the Western Conference, with the team hitting California to face the Kings and Sharks. The jaunt ends in Arizona against the Coyotes next Thursday.

The links:

Mirtle says the shootout goal was nice, but Mikhail Grabovski has been good all season.

Can’t get enough of Grabo’s goal? Watch it over and over here.

Toronto Star columnist Rosie DiManno says last night’s score doesn’t reflect how well Jonas Gustavsson played.

AM640’s Jonas Siegel takes to his blog to discuss last night’s win.

The St. Louis Post-Dispatch game story.

St. Louis Game Time takes a look at the game from the Blues’ perspective.

Ryan Fancey at maplestirup.com gets all practical on possible trades for the Leafs.

Know your enemy: The Atlanta Journal-Constitution’s Thrasher’s blog.

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