Toronto @ Minnesota - 8:00 pm - Xcel Energy Center
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If you missed the bad news, Natalie Spooner is out for the rest of the playoffs with a knee injury suffered in the last game.

The problem seems to come when Grace Zumwinkle lands on Spooner's leg, not the hit itself.

Jess Jones has been added to the Toronto roster.

Boston completed the sweep of Montréal last night with a third-straight overtime win, so whoever wins this series is actually going to face a rested Boston team, even though they played parts of five extra periods.

Spooner, who led the league in points and goals in the regular season, has been effectively defended by Minnesota. She has one goal and one assist in three games played, but she is second with 10 Shots on Goal to Blayre Turnbull (12).

Turnbull has to be the player to step up. She's been her best self in the playoffs so far, and she needs to maximize that and stay out of the penalty box. Sarah Nurse also could stand to have a breakout game.

Of greater concern is that Toronto, to use the technical term, played like ass in the last game. They were outshot 26-18, and only held the shot advantage in the third period, once they were down by two goals. They also handed four power plays to Minnesota, which tends to happen when you're chasing the game.

A win gets Toronto a date at home to Boston, and who doesn't want that?

We'll have lines for you at game time. We'll see how Troy Ryan is going to arrange things without Spooner.