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Tuesday’s FTB: It’s hockey night in Austin!

The Marlies hit the ice in Austin, Texas tonight.

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The NHL final seems like it just needs one more game and then a parade, but the AHL playoffs are not so far along. The Marlies play the Texas Stars tonight in Austin at 8 p.m. Toronto time. Find the game on TSN2, TSN Go, Leafs Nation Network (Leafs TV) and on TSN radio. In America, the game is on Fox in the Texas region and NHL network nationally.

The Marlies and the Stars split the first two games, and the action now stays in Texas for three games, which may be enough to decide the winner. Game Four is Thursday and Game Five is Saturday, all at 8 p.m.

In other news, SBN’s mock draft is going now, and we’ll update you later.

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The Marlies are now in Austin to play the next three games in the series.

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Happy Tuesday, everyone!