Good morning Toronto Maple Leafs fans!

Tonight the Maple Leafs look to extend their win streak to eight games, at home, against the Vegas Golden Knights.

They defeated the Knights 7-3 in Vegas on Thursday night, a surprising result as they were expected to be a much more difficult opponent. Hopefully that doesn't come true tonight and we get another big win over a supposed to be top opponent.

It's been a week since the Leafs played at home; they returned from a 4-0 road trip out west with a total score of 21-11. Not bad.

Coming home, the Maple Leafs are also hosting their annual Pride Night, making sure everyone knows they're welcome at a Maple Leafs game, and blog of course.

You know what else is something to be proud of? Having four goalies come playoff time. Will Matt Murray make a post-season appearance?

Another thing to celebrate? Bruins goalies getting dummied.

And? Joseph Woll. Is. Back.

Goalie Joseph Woll rejoins Maple Leafs after 3-month injury absence | CBC Sports
The Toronto Maple Leafs have recalled goaltender Joseph Woll from his conditioning stint with the American Hockey League’s Toronto Marlies, the NHL club announced Monday.

Max Lajoie is back with the Marlies to make the swap.

Everything seems to be clicking for the Leafs.

Big-picture takeaways from the Maple Leafs’ seven-game winning streak
The Maple Leafs are on their first seven-game winning streak in 20 years. It is almost hard to believe it’s been so long, but stringing together wins in the NHL is hard. It takes a combination of strong play, some lucky bounces, and catching some opponents at the right time. I’ve always believed that a […]

Counter-point: No.

ANALYSIS: It’s in Jets’ and NHL’s best interests to get attendance back - Winnipeg |
The timing was curious for the Jets’ chairman to go from ‘this team isn’t going anywhere’ four months ago to ‘it’s not going to work over the long haul’ in an interview Friday.

It's time to stop hiding records from parents, caregivers, and players.

Sport minister wants Hockey Canada to create a public sanctions registry | TSN
Canada’s federal sport minister Carla Qualtrough is calling on Hockey Canada to create a public registry of misconduct sanctions assessed to players, coaches, and officials.

You know, so people like this don't get back into the game.

Ex-treasurer pleads guilty to taking nearly $50K from junior hockey team
The former treasurer of the Mitchell Hawks junior hockey team pleaded guilty to fraud with a value of more than $5,000 last month after removing more than $48,000 from a bank account associated with the club almost two years ago.

Finally, you're never too old for the game. No matter how much your back hurts.

This 90-year-old hockey player shares his secret to a long life
Edmontonian George Myren hits the ice at least three times per week and doesn’t plan to slow down any time soon. In the summer, Myren adds golf to his list of activities and walks the nine-hole rounds to keep in shape.

Speaking of. Ow. I'm going to go lie down.

Enjoy your day!