Seventeen seconds and thus endeth the season.

Now begins the business of hockey. In earnest.

The Maple Leafs have added a goalie, by Sunday will have a new blue-chip prospect from the draft (they hope) and by early next week will have a new minor league coach.

Don’t know who the prospect will be (could Max Domi still be there at No. 21?)

But it wouldn’t be a bad guess to think Glen Gulutzan may have the inside track on being the new coach of the AHL Marlies.

GM Dave Nonis hasn’t officially interviewed the former Dallas Stars coach yet, and all Nonis has really said is that he wants a coach for the Marlies who is capable of becoming an NHL coach.

The 41-year-old Gulutzan was dismissed by the Stars after only two seasons and replaced by Lindy Ruff. Gulutzan was a candidate for a few other NHL jobs, but hasn’t landed anything.