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From the branches: long weekend edition

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Tranquility Reigns At Bavaria's Easter Lakes Photo by Lennart Preiss/Getty Images

Happy long weekend. I don’t know about you guys but I’ve been counting down to this moment since Tuesday. I’m going to spend enjoy this blessed long weekend by spending all of it lying on the couch and watching brain rotting TV. It’s going to be great.

Sorry I have been living in a cave all week but here are some carefully curated links to start your weekend off right.

Leafs links

Cap Friendly reveals Maple Leafs defender Igor Ozhiganov’s contract details - Pension Plan Puppets
The details of the other three contracts signed are still a mystery..

Getting to know the Marlies new foe, the Phantoms: Who are these masked men? - Pension Plan Puppets
They’re living there in Allentown, but what else do we know about the Marlies’ Conference Final opponents?

Is Par Lindholm the solution for the Leafs at fourth-line centre? — MLHS

Playoffs

Vegas 3 — 2 Jets
VGK leads series 3-1

Draft links

2018 Draft Prospect Profile: Evan Bouchard is a Power Play Wizard - The Cannon
Who doesn’t love a good defender quarterbacking the power play?

Ryan McLeod: 2018 NHL Entry Draft Prospect Profile - All About The Jersey
Ryan McLeod is a solid forward prospect with speed, size, and playmaking ability, but some question marks on his ceiling as well. He also happens to have a brother, Michael, who was selected 12th overall by the Devils two years ago. Should the Devils be looking at McLeod the Younger at 17th overall?

2018 Memorial Cup: How to watch, schedule, teams - Pension Plan Puppets
The Memorial Cup and Regina Pats share centennial celebrations this year as some unexpected teams battle for the national title.

Other links

Which non-playoff teams could make 2018-19 final four? — DGB

Dallas Stars Assistant Coach Rick Wilson Announces Retirement - Defending Big D
After 18 seasons with Dallas, Wilson will retirement from active coaching.

IIHF Analytics are IT Genuis
Where the IIHF pats itself on the back for some admittedly very cool technology currently being used to track very trivial stats