Toronto Maple Leafs @ Winnipeg Jets
7:00 PM at Canada Life Centre
Watch on: CBC, CITY, SNO, SNW, SNP
Opponent’s Site: Arctic Ice Hockey
The Leafs last game was at home on October 20 against the Dallas Stars, and the Leafs won by a score of 3-2. The Leafs have a record of 3-2-0 so far.
The Winnipeg Jets last played an away game on October 20 against the Vegas Golden Knights. The Jets lost by a score of 5-2, and their current league record is 2-2-0.
The Winnipeg Jets* are in the middle of trying to figure out if they need to rebuild, retool, or continue as is. After stripping Blake Wheeler of the captaincy, Paul Maurice quitting, and not so great stories coming from the locker room, the Jets* aren’t sure what to do, but they’re still trying.
On the ice they’re a middling team, 2-2 on the season, with a three goal win, overtime win - both coming over big team, Stanley Cup favourites New York Rangers and Stanley Cup winners Colorado Avalanche. The losses were to teams no one thinks much of, the Dallas Stars and Vegas Golden Knights.
Source: Mike McIntyre via Daily Faceoff
Kyle Connor - Mark Scheifele - Mason Appleton
Cole Perfetti - Pierre-Luc Dubois - Blake Wheeler
Morgan Barron - Adam Lowry - Saku Maenalanen
Axel Jonsson-Fjallby - David Gustafsson - Sam Gagner
Josh Morrissey - Neal Pionk
Brenden Dillon - Nate Schmidt
Logan Stanley - Dylan DeMelo
The Toronto Maple Leafs are off to a Toronto Maple Leafs start of the season. People are upset at bad teams beating them (Arizona) and upset they’re not blowing out the bad teams when they win (Ottawa). We as fans are all upset at all times over everything.
Nick Robertson made his season debut on Thursday against the Dallas Stars, and stole the show so now I expect him to do that every game.
There ay be some line futzing tonight, as the Leafs made some lunch time moves:
Maple Leafs recall Kyle Clifford ahead of Jets game tonight. Kral sent down.— luke fox (@lukefoxjukebox) October 22, 2022
Michael Bunting - Auston Matthews - Mitch Marner
William Nylander - John Tavares - Denis Malgin
Zach Aston-Reese - Alex Kerfoot - Calle Järnkrok
Kyle Clifford - David Kämpf - Wayne Simmonds
Morgan Rielly - TJ Brodie
Rasmus Sandin - Justin Holl
Mark Giordano - Victor Mete
Ilya Samsonov - confirmed starter
Toronto vs Winnipeg
|60.0 - 14th||Points %||50.0 - 18th|
|2.8 - 24th||Goals/Game||2.75 - 26th|
|2.8 - 12th||Goals Against/Game||3.25 - 18th|
|18.2 - 16th||Power Play||18.2 - 17th|
|80.0 - 15th||Penalty Kill||80.0 - 16th|
|William Nylander - 3||Most Goals||Mark Scheifele, Neal Pionk - 3|
|John Tavares, Morgan Rielly, William Nylander - 5||Most Points||Neal Pionk - 4|
|Calle Jarnkrok, Mitchell Marner - 6||Most PIM||Pierre-Luc Dubois - 6|
|Morgan Rielly - 23.57||TOI Leader||Neal Pionk - 22.25|
Coming into town to face off against a team in turmoil, I expect the Leafs to win, and I would like them to get their first multi-goal win. Overtime and close games are fine, wins are wins, but let’s get a definitive win tonight. Go into the final ten minutes with no doubts in our minds.
How will the Leafs win tonight?
This poll is closed
One goal lead
Two goal lead
They will win by so many goals the Jets* move back to Atlanta in shame.