The Leafs are ending the regular season on the road to starting tonight with a visit to play the Panthers in Sunrise, Florida, then to play the Lightning in Tampa Bay. We know already some details about tonight's lineup and the injuries.

We'll have our preview of tonight's game out around noon. Until then, there's little more to say about this team until the playoffs begin. So I'll see you in the GDT tonight.

Also tonight we have Leafs prospects in action:
Easton Cowan will be playing for the London Knights against the Kitchener Rangers at 7:00 p.m. ET.

Fraser Minten and Brandon Lisowsky will be in action with the Saskatoon Blades against the Red Deer Rebels as they hope to continue to improve on their 2-0 start to the series. Game time there is 9:00 p.m. ET.

Other News

It's going to come down to the literal last game of the season to figure out the second wild card team to get in the playoffs in the east. This will be one of those fun ones where it's not just that you have to win, but everyone else loses or it goes to second and third and fourth tie breakers. The Flyers play the Capitals tonight so that will definitely be a game where one of the four teams gets knocked out of the race. If the Flyers win in regulation you are going deep into the tie breakers to figure out who is ahead.

But elsewhere in the Eastern Conference one thing was set last night.

Michael Bunting had a great between the legs goal, but it was overturned for interference.

Good catch here.

The PWHL is coming back into action now that the players have finished the world championship where Canada deservedly won the gold medal. However, Toronto will start back with a three game road trip, with the first game on Thursday against Boston.

PWHL hits home stretch as players return from world championship | CBC Sports
The Professional Women’s Hockey League enters the home stretch of its inaugural season Thursday when it resumes following the world championship break.

The private equity firm which acquired the CCM brand from Adidas seven years ago has decided it's time to sell and put the brand back up for sale for a new owner.

Hockey gear maker CCM up for sale as private equity owner looks for an exit
CCM, one of two dominant hockey-gear companies, is expected to fetch a price that is a significant multiple to the $110-million Birch Hill paid for the business seven years ago

And speaking of Florida, many... interesting design choices were made to make the image for this post.

A good interview with ex-Leaf Calvin Pickard about his journeyman career that now spans six NHL teams, many more AHL teams and even a stint playing in Austria.