HBO 24/7: Road to the Winter Classic Leafs/Red Wings. The Toronto Maple Leafs will take on the Detroit Red Wings in the 2014 Winter Classic in Ann Arbor, Michigan in what is being billed as the biggest hockey game of all time, with estimates of 110,000-120,000 in attendance.
HBO hits the ice with the all-new, four part series this winter. 24/7 - Toronto Maple Leafs vs. Detroit Red Wings Road to the NHL Winter Classic premieres Saturday, December 14th at 10PM on HBO.
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The start date for HBO 24/7 - Leafs/Wings has been announced: Mark your calendars for December 15th. This show will provide a rare opportunity to basically put yourself on the ice, on the bench, and in the dressing room with the team we think about for multiple hours every day. It's going to be awesome.
Here is the clip from when the Leafs appeared briefly on the Rangers/Flyers 24/7 series in 2011-12:
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