Toronto @ Minnesota 8:00 PM
At Xcel Energy Center
Watch on TSN, Bally Sports North Extra, Womensports Network and YouTube

Toronto leads the best of five series two games to none, and can sweep their way into the Cup finals tonight with a win.

Note the start time, this game is on at 8 pm in Toronto.

For fun tonight, a look at who has played the most minutes on each team.


Player TOI
Renata Fast 55.62
Jocelyne Larocque 54.77
Kali Flanagan 43.88
Sarah Nurse 42.48
Emma Maltais 40.58
Allie Munroe 37.95
Natalie Spooner 34.30
Brittany Howard 30.58
Blayre Turnbull 30.47
Hannah Miller 29.50
Jesse Compher 28.48
Maggie Connors 23.10
Lauriane Rougeau 19.22
Kaitlin Willoughby 18.43
Rebecca Leslie 18.33
Olivia Knowles 18.00
Victoria Bach 17.88
Alexa Vasko 14.18
Samantha Cogan 10.62


Player TOI
Lee Stecklein 48.67
Sophie Jaques 47.70
Kelly Pannek 40.45
Grace Zumwinkle 40.23
Mellissa Channell 39.68
Kendall Coyne Schofield 38.37
Taylor Heise 35.07
Abby Boreen 34.97
Natalie Buchbinder 34.78
Denisa Křížová 32.22
Liz Schepers 30.83
Michela Cava 30.35
Emma Greco 30.13
Maggie Flaherty 26.67
Clair DeGeorge 20.18
Claire Butorac 17.95
Sophia Kunin 10.13
Brittyn Fleming 8.32
Sydney Brodt 6.92
Brooke Bryant 6.42

Toronto leans a lot more heavily on their top defensive pair and Minnesota has changed up their depth a little more.

Toronto also has points from 10 different players, and Minnesota has none. Lee Stecklein, a genuinely gifted defender, has been on the ice for five goals against. Toronto has been victimizing the top Minnesota lines to score against.

The Shots on Goal are 50-47 for Toronto, so it's not like Minnesota hasn't had some chances but a lot of them came in game one when they were well back and Toronto could simply fall back and keep them from the net front.

Sweeps are hard to pull off, sweeps on the road even more so, but never say never with this blue team.

Go Toronto Go!