Who: The Toronto Maple Leafs (4-1-1, 2nd in NE) against the Montreal Canadiens (1-4-1, 5th in the NE)
What: Game #7 of the 2011-12 season.
When: Tonight, October 22, at 7:00 PM EST
Where: Bell Centre, or on TV at CBC, RDS (HD), and on the radio at AM 640
The Leafs will look to bounce back from their Thursday off-night against the Bruins, and will try to avoid the first two consecutive losses of the season. The Candiens are currently two points back of the Senators (2-5-0) in the Northeast, and probably aren't happy about it. Carey Price continues to start, having earned the decision in all six of the Habs' games so far this year. Last year's prodigal netminder sits at .890 SV% and 2.83 GAA. He also has 99 career wins, and will look to earn his round number milestone against the Leafs.
Per @jonasTSN1050, MacArthur is ready to be back in the lineup, Bozak is a gametime decision (foot), and Connolly will likely not make his debut tonight, as Lombardi centered Lupul and Kessel in practice. MGK is reunited, as Kadri-Steckel-Frattin and Rosehill-Dupuis-Brown make up the bottom six, though Steckel will probably continue to take the #1C slot on the first line PP. Gunnarsson-Phaneuf, Liles-Komisarek, and Gardiner-Schenn, were the D-pairings, with Franson back in the box.
Most importantly: Reimer gets the start.
Go Leafs Go!