Happy Thursday, everyone.

The Leafs won, the Marlies won, and all is right in the world. Okay, that part is pushing it.

Accidental shorty ENG:

Earlier in the day, it was not such good news as Rodion Amirov and Semyon Der-Arguchintsev both lost in their opening KHL playoff games. Both had about 13 minutes on the third line on their respective teams.

The recap of the Leafs win:

No wait:

No that’s not it, I’ll keep looking.

Should the Maple Leafs trade for Mikael Granlund? - Pension Plan Puppets
Here we are again with another rumoured trade prospect.

TRAIK-EOTOMY: Who should the Maple Leafs target at April's trade deadline? | Toronto Sun
If you were Toronto Maple Leafs GM Kyle Dubas, what would be at the top of your wish list ahead of next month’s trade deadline? [the only reason this is here is to be gobsmacked they think that name is a good idea]

What can we make of Ilya Mikheyev’s interesting 2020-21 NHL season?
Ilya Mikheyev is used in all kinds of situations with all sorts of linemates, but the offensive production just isn't there. So what should we make of all this? Justin Bourne digs into what Mikheyev does and where he projects in this lineup come playoff time.

Zach Hyman is proving he can drive his own line for the Leafs -- what's he worth on his next contract?

Nino Niederreiter fined for interference on Juuse Saros - TSN.ca

And finally, your recap:

Jimmy Vesey outscores Oilers as Leafs win 6-1

Will the Leafs win the SEGABABA long after sensible people are asleep?

Let me know tomorrow.68
New shutout streak starts tonight.89
They can’t win every game... can they?120