Good morning Toronto Maple Leafs fans!

It's the final regular season game in Scotiabank Arena for the Leafs this season, they're hosting the Detroit Red Wings who are fighting for that final Wild Card spot, only one point back of the Pittsburgh Penguins.

Auston Matthews has the chance to score his 70th goal of the season tonight if he doubles up, and William Nylander has three more games to hit 100 points.

With it being the final night at home, how has this season been at Scotiabank?

Overall the Leafs have a 22-15-3 record, which gives them a 54% win record and a 57% points percentage.

They were 5-1 in the shootout at home, and played 6/7 shootouts on home ice.

7/15 of their overtime games were played at home, and they had five wins at home on OT.

Not so shockingly, Auston Matthews has scored the most goals at home, with 38. William Nylander is in a distant second at 20. TJ Brodie has the fewest in the most games played (33) with zero.

William Nylander leads in home ice assists with 28, followed up by Mitch Marner and Morgan Rielly at 26 each. Ryan Reaves played 36 games at home and has just one assist.

Overall, Auston Matthews leads with 53 points in 39 home games. William Nylander is second with 48. Alex Steeves has one point in 19 home games.

Only Nylander and Max Domi have played all 40 home games.

Speaking of Max, he leads the Leafs in home penalty minutes with 83. Nick Robertson has the home ice Lady Byng with 0 penalty minutes in 30 home games.

Leafs have been pretty average between home and away this season, buts let's add some more to those home numbers tonight.

In other news..

Fraser Minten is having himself a good playoff.

A goalie goal is wonderful, but a goalie goal to clinch a playoff spot?

There's a new Maple Leafs coming.

Report: Maple Leafs sign Boston University D Cade Webber to entry-level contract
Boston University’s Cade Webber is set to sign an entry-level contract with the team after the Terriers were eliminated from the Frozen Four, The Athletic’s Joe Smith reported on Friday.

The Coyotes GM flew to Edmonton to talk to the team, and they're heading to Salt Lake to take a tour after their game. Done deal. Utah Coyotes are coming.

Arizona Coyotes players told team is moving to Utah
The Arizona Coyotes’ move to Utah is inching closer to becoming official.

A rookie NHL ref got some support in the crowd for his first game.

Enjoy your day everyone!