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FTB: It all comes down to one game tonight

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The Bruins face the Maple Leafs in Game 7 tonight.

Boston Bruins v Toronto Maple Leafs - Game Three Photo by Claus Andersen/Getty Images

I should say, it all comes down to one game tonight, unless the Maple Leafs beat the Bruins to make it to the second round. But, let’s not get ahead of ourselves. It’s not going to be easy tonight.

Let’s not forget the Leafs aren’t the only team out for a series win tonight. The Marlies are playing the Comets in Utica tonight starting at 7:00 PM. If the Marlies win they move on to the second round.

I hope you all join us for our GDT tonight at 6:00 PM. Until then, here’s some more hockey news.

Willie “was banging people,” eh? (snicker)

ICYMI

Here’s what we wrote about on Tuesday

Toronto Marlies jump to two game lead over Comets in playoffs - Me
A 5-2 win Sunday put the Marlies one game away from a first round victory.

Oh, NHL Shop, what did you do now? - Katya
Jets fans in Europe are given a very special offer to promote the best player from the 2016 draft.

Maple Leafs meet the media after winning Game 6 - Katya
Watch the interviews from last night.

Other News

Canadiens sign free agent forward Alexandre Alain - Eyes On The Prize
The undrafted player from the QMJHL has found a professional home.

Preview: Sharks Offense vs Knights Defense - Fear The Fin
The Sharks will have to catch Gallant and the Golden Knights with the wrong units on the ice.

Fletchers dismissal and the uncertainty that follows - Hockey Wilderness
There’s little doubt in anyone’s mind that the time for Minnesota Wild General Manager Chuck Fletcher to pack his bags had come. For some, it seems to be too little, too late.

Bobrovsky pushes back against criticism: 'I was good in the playoffs' - NHL.com
Jackets' goalie disappointed in result, but resolute in his performance.

Malkin and Hagelin missing from Tuesday’s practice, declared “day to day” - PensBurgh
[Species: The Caps will still find a way to lose.]

Blackhawks TV ratings drop 29 percent - Second City Hockey
[Species: I wonder why....]

Announcement

Stickers are coming back, folks!

You know you want one!

The order is in and we’ll have them in hand at the end of next week. They are three inches in diameter. Do you want a PPP sticker? Email me at sbns1967@gmail.com with your mailing information and I will send you one! Alternatively, you can find me at a Marlies game in May (because they are totally making it to the next round) and I will give you one (or two) in person!