As usual, if you're looking for a thorough recap of last night's game, head over to In Lou We Trust. It'll probably knock the socks off any recap you'll read in some newspaper.
In other, more interesting news, the Toronto Marlies are in town this weekend, playing catch-up in the finals for the Calder Cup. In fact, the Marlies are setting seasonal attendance records all over the place, so get your tickets soon. James Mirtle has the full story.
The Life of Brian
Danny Gray weighs in on Simmons' comments about bloggers.
Leafs Team Needs: Number One 'C'
A real uplifting piece by yours truly.
Burke also traded up for Pronger; will he for Yakupov?
He'll probably try, anyway. Cam Charron takes a look at Brian Burke's history.
Are two trades better than none?
Ryan Fancey at The Leafs Nation ponders the question.
Something to Read: A Leafs Cup Story that doesn't reference 1967
The latest from Danny Gray.
'La vie est une puck' is a great French-language hockey history blog. If you can read French, check it out. He even has a lot of Leafs-related content.
@simmonssteve, @damospin and @leafsbb20
Shame, shame, double shame. From Tyler Dellow.
Marlies hope home ice the right remedy in Calder Cup
I hope so, too. Story from Kyle The Reporter.
Kings Coach Darryl Sutter’s Game 4 press conference was a little uncomfortable
Greg Wyhsynski has a video link for you.
BCP Draft Series: Available Assets
Curt S at Blue Chip Prospects takes inventory.
Are Sergei Bobrovsky's days in Philadelphia numbered?
Intriguing. From Travis Hughes at Broad St. Hockey.
What does the Kings’ success mean for other low seeds?
JACK SQUAT. Story from Ryan Lambert at BHS.