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Saturday’s FTB: Twice the fun against Montréal tonight

How many goals will Plekanec score?

NHL: Toronto Maple Leafs at Tampa Bay Lightning Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports

Tomas Plekanec gets his homecoming game tonight and across town in Brossard, the Markham Thunder attempt to sweep the Canadiennes. So Montréal could lose twice tonight!

ICYMI

Quiet day at PPP yesterday. All you get are recaps.

CWHL Playoffs: Double upset as Calgary Inferno shut out Kunlun Red Star 3-0 and Markham Thunder beat les Canadiennes de Montréal 2-1 (OT) - nafio
Dakota Woodworth and Jamie Lee Rattray with the game winners.

Recap: Maple Leafs lazily beat the Sabres 5-2 - Katya
The weak-looking Buffalo team seem like they’d really like this season to be over.

Marlies power play continues to get big goals in 4-0 shutout of Laval Rocket - Pension Plan Puppets
Garret Sparks earned a shutout the day before he was called up to the Maple Leafs.

Around the league

Who is Powering the Devils’ Offense? - All About The Jersey
The answer might surprise you.

Systems Analyst: How to Lose A Game in 10 Seconds - Canes Country
It’s been a rough week.

Kevin Bieksa Out 2-5 Weeks With Hand Surgery - Anaheim Calling
The veteran defenseman will have scar tissue removed from his left hand.

Elsewhere in hockey

Canadian Paralympic Hockey Team Advances to Gold Medal Game - Arctic Ice Hockey
The Canadian sledge hockey team has not allowed a goal through the round robin and semi-finals.

Ex-Canadian women’s hockey coach awarded $3.7M in discrimination suit against UMD | Toronto Star
Shannon Miller, who led the team to world championship gold in 1997 and Olympic silver in ‘98, has been awarded nearly $3.75 million in lawsuit against the University of Minnesota Duluth.

Hayley Wickenheiser makes North Korea trip, building off Olympic bond | Toronto Star
Earlier this month the retired Canadian hockey star travelled to Pyongyang following the Winter Games in Pyeongchang, South Korea. While she, “wasn’t there to create world peace,” Wickenheiser says, “I believe in the power of sport. It can move the world forward.”