After a win last night in Carolina the Maple Leafs go north up the east coast to Boston; long time rival, and their only playoff opponent in the past decade. Decade. The Bruins are not the same team that dominated the regular season and went to multiple Stanley Cup finals in past years. They now could very could be on a decline to mediocrity as the Maple Leafs make the climb out of the same level.
Toronto Maple Leafs at Boston Bruins
7:30PM - Toronto Dominion Gardens
TV: CBC, GCL
SBN: Stanley Cup of Chowdah
Maple Leafs' last game:
The Maple Leafs beat the Hurricanes 2-1 last night. It went to the shoot out and the Leafs won. Hurrah!
Here's your recap of the game.
Here's your game in six.
Here are Babcock's, Reimer's, and Kadri's comments:
Boston Bruins' last game:
Projected line ups
James Reimer ranks fifth in save percentage among goalies with at least 10 starts (.933). Third in even-strength save percentage (.948).— Jonas Siegel (@jonasTSN1050) November 21, 2015
James van Riemsdyk - Nazem Kadri - Leo Komarov
Shawn Matthias - Tyler Bozak - P.A. Parenteau
Daniel Winnik - Peter Holland - Joffrey Lupul
Michael Grabner - Byron Froese - Brad Boyes
Jake Gardiner - Dion Phaneuf
Matt Hunwick - Morgan Rielly
Scott Harrington - Roman Polak
Once again Marincin and Carrado are scratched for Polak because reasons.
Marchand - Bergeron - Hayes
Eriksson - Krejci - Beleskey
Spooner - Kemppainen - Connolly
Randell - Rinaldo - Morrow
Chara - Trotman
Seidenberg - Miller
Krug - McQuaid
Not much news has come out since the Leafs played last night. We will have Reimer out in net again and the team is playing well in front of him. I think we can take the Bruins down, let Reimvember continue.
What say you?