Good morning Toronto Maple Leafs fans!

It's a big night for Toronto hockey as PWHL Toronto comes back to the Cola-sieum for the deciding game five of their semi-final series against Minnesota.

After shutting out Minnesota twice at home Toronto was shutout twice on the road. And lost potential "Forward of the Year" award winner Natalie Spooner to injury .

It's going to be a tough one tonight, and you can check it out on TSN.

Despite problems at PWHL playoff games, Coca-Cola Coliseum ‘still a wonderful facility to watch a sports event’
The complaints that fans had on social media about the venue last week prompt the question whether this majestic 20th Century building is ready for prime time in the 21st Century.

The Hockey Hall of Fame has received some game worn equipment from the NHL's first game in Puerto Rico. I forgot they played a game there in 2006, but the Florida Panthers beat the New York Rangers in a preseason game in San Juan.

The New York Rangers punched their ticket to the Eastern Conference Finals last night with a 5-3 win over the Hurricanes. Now with Carolina out, can we have one Rod Brind'Amour please?

Recap: Christopher James Kreider Legacy Game, Rangers Advance to ECF
Games like this don’t come around all that often. Games like this become the games we talk about for years and years to come. The complete 180 this game took in the second half of the final period is something I’m still sitting here trying to wrap my

The Canucks and Oilers broke their series tie. Once again, it was on very late

(Canucks won!)

Instant Reaction: Oilers on brink of elimination after Game 5 loss in Vancouver
<span style=“font-weight: 400”>Well, that was absolutely awful. The Ca…
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Speaking of, we had Shaq Hyman on TNT showing off his hockey skills last week, now Zach Hyman has a souvenir of his own.

Now that's something money can't buy.

Finally, the hockey world lost a good one yesterday after TSN personality Darren Dutchyshen passed away.

He was remembered fondly by everyone he worked with and fans of his work on TSN.