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  1. Starting Goaltenders The Game Goalie Kasimir Kaskisuo will make his NHL debut for the Toronto Maple Leafs when they look to end a season-long four-game winless streak, against the Pittsburgh Penguins at PPG Paints Arena on Saturday. The 26-year-old, recalled from Toronto of the American Hockey League on Tuesday, will play after Frederik Andersen made 30 saves in a 4-2 loss to the Boston Bruins on Friday. Kaskisuo was 6-1-1 with a 2.13 goals-against average and .928 save percentage in eight AHL games this season. The Maple Leafs are 0-3-1 in their past four games after winning their previous three. The Penguins are winless in two straight games (0-1-1) after going 4-1-1 in their previous six. They lost 2-1 at the New Jersey Devils on Friday. Goalie Tristan Jarry could make his fourth start this season after Matt Murray made 19 saves against the Devils. Jarry is 1-3-0 with a 2.25 GAA and .929 save percentage in five games (three starts). Players to watch Maple Leafs center Auston Matthews has 11 points (three goals, eight assists) in a six-game point streak. Penguins center Evgeni Malkin has one assist in the past two games with center Sidney Crosby injured (core muscle surgery). He has averaged 1.32 points per game in 122 games with Crosby out of the lineup. They said it "It's a matter of pulling together and digging in. We've got to find a way to just make ourselves a step better and get ourselves a win so we can get back on track." -- Maple Leafs coach Mike Babcock "We're cutting down on the quality and the quantity of scoring chances against significantly, and we're generating a fair amount. So all we can do ... is control the process." -- Penguins coach Mike Sullivan
  2. Starting Goaltenders The Game The Boston Bruins will go for their first win in five games when they play the Toronto Maple Leafs at Scotiabank Arena on Friday. The Bruins are 0-2-2 in their past four games, including a 5-4 shootout loss against the Florida Panthers on Tuesday, a game they led 4-0 entering the third period. The Maple Leafs, who are 0-2-1 in their past three games, will be without center Alexander Kerfoot, who is out indefinitely after undergoing surgery to repair dental fractures sustained Nov. 5 against the Los Angeles Kings. Players to watch Bruins forward Patrice Bergeron has 10 points (six goals, four assists) in his past eight games. Maple Leafs forward Auston Matthews has 10 points (two goals, eight assists) during a five-game point streak. They said it "Good depth throughout the organization. The coaching staff is willing to use younger guys and put them in positions where we make it clear what we're expecting, no more, no less. We have enough good players to support the younger guys, and other than that, I know it sounds cliché, but it's next man up. We've been able to buy into that and it has to do with our top guys recognizing they have to do a little more some nights to help guys along." -- Bruins coach Bruce Cassidy "We've seen these guys a lot. The Bergeron line is probably the best line in hockey and they've been on fire as of late, pretty much all season. It's always a challenge to match up against a line like that and try to shut them down. We want to stay patient and make sure we're doing our job from a defensive side of things." -- Maple Leafs forward Auston Matthews
  3. Starting Goaltenders The Game The Toronto Maple Leafs will be without forward Mitchell Marner as they try to extend their point streak to six games when they visit the Chicago Blackhawks at United Center on Sunday. Toronto, 3-0-2 in its past five games after going 2-3-1 in its previous six, won't have Marner after he left in the second period of a 3-2 shootout loss to the Philadelphia Flyers on Saturday with an ankle injury. Marner is second on the Maple Leafs in scoring with 18 points (four goals, 14 assists) in 18 games. Chicago, 2-1-2 in its past five games after going 1-4-1 in its previous five, is also playing the second of a back-to-back set. The Blackhawks lost 3-2 in a shootout at the Pittsburgh Penguins on Saturday. Players to watch Maple Leafs center Auston Matthews has 10 points (five goals, five assists) in his past seven games. Blackhawks forward Patrick Kane has eight points (three goals, five assists) in a five-game point streak after having one assist in his previous five games. They said it "I thought the first about six minutes we were all over the place, then we seemed to settle in and get playing. I actually thought it was a good hockey game up and down the rink; we had opportunity, they had opportunity. Unfortunate they got the second point and we didn't." -- Maple Leafs coach Mike Babcock on a 3-2 shootout loss to the Flyers "We took a step [forward]. It was one of our better games we've played, tough rink and tough opponent. To really move it forward, the team needs to be rewarded for those efforts. We went through a stretch like that earlier in the year when we played well and didn't get the win and that wears on you." -- Blackhawks coach Jeremy Colliton on a 3-2 shootout loss at Pittsburgh
  4. Starting Goaltenders The Game Mike Babcock will become the eighth NHL coach to win 700 games if the Toronto Maple Leafs defeat the Vegas Golden Knights at Scotiabank Arena on Thursday. Babcock is 699-413-163 with 19 ties in 17 seasons for the Mighty Ducks of Anaheim, Detroit Red Wings and Maple Leafs. He will also coach his 1,295th game and pass Jacques Martin for sole possession of 12th place in NHL history. Goalie Frederik Andersen will start for the Maple Leafs, who hope to win three straight games for the first time this season. Backup goalie Malcolm Subban starts for the Golden Knights, who will try to extend their point streak to five games. Vegas is 2-0-2 in its past four. Players to watch Golden Knights forward Reilly Smith scored both goals in a 2-1 win against the Columbus Blue Jackets on Tuesday and has five points (two goals, three assists) in his past five games. Maple Leafs center Auston Matthews has seven points (four goals, three assists) in his past five games. They said it "Marc-Andre's not going to play every game. He's been outstanding. He's a great goalie for us but Malcolm's from Toronto. He's played real good lately, so it's a good opportunity for him. We have a lot of confidence in him. If you're going to go anywhere in the NHL, you need two good goaltenders and we believe we do." -- Golden Knights coach Gerard Gallant on starting Malcolm Subban "Their depth, their speed, defensively, every area of the ice they are strong. They've got good forwards, good goaltending and I think they just come at you in waves. It's always a challenge playing these guys because they have a lot of speed and skill and we have to make sure we can harness it." -- Maple Leafs center Auston Matthews
  5. The Game John Tavares will return for the Toronto Maple Leafs when they host the Los Angeles Kings at Scotiabank Arena on Tuesday. Tavares, who has seven points (three goals, four assists) in eight games, missed the past seven games with a broken finger. The Maple Leafs were 3-2-2 without him in the lineup. Maple Leafs defenseman Jake Muzzin will face Los Angeles for the first time since being traded to Toronto on January 28. He had 213 points (51 goals, 162 assists) in 496 games with the Kings over parts of eight seasons. Jonathan Quick is expected to start for the Kings, who are playing the first game of a three-game road trip and have been outscored 23-11 in their past five games (1-4-0). Players to watch Kings defenseman Drew Doughty scored in overtime in a 4-3 win against the Chicago Blackhawks on Saturday and has three points (one goal, two assists) in his past two games. Maple Leafs forward Mitchell Marner has five points (one goal, four assists) during a four-game point streak. They said it "I've known him since I was like 9 years old so just miss hanging out with him, beating him at golf and obviously miss him in the room and on the ice. He was my partner for a few years and we had great chemistry. We'll chirp each other, no doubt about that. He's going to try to rush the puck and I'm going to try to stand him up. Everyone says even if you're friends off the ice, it's all business on the ice." -- Kings defenseman Drew Doughty on Jake Muzzin "It'll be different, I've never done that. It'll be fun out there seeing some of guys I played with for a long time, it'll be a little different but it will be fun. I had a good career there, a lot of good memories and a lot of good friendships." -- Maple Leafs defenseman Jake Muzzin Kings projected lineup Carl Grundstrom -- Anze Kopitar -- Jeff Carter Ilya Kovalchuk -- Blake Lizotte -- Tyler Toffoli Alex Iafallo -- Adrian Kempe -- Dustin Brown Kyle Clifford -- Michael Amadio -- Trevor Lewis Alec Martinez -- Drew Doughty Ben Hutton -- Sean Walker Kurtis MacDermid -- Matt Roy Jonathan Quick Jack Campbell Maple Leafs projected lineup Andreas Johnsson -- Auston Matthews -- William Nylander Trevor Moore -- John Tavares -- Mitchell Marner Ilya Mikheyev -- Alexander Kerfoot -- Kasperi Kapanen Nic Petan -- Nicholas Shore -- Frederik Gauthier Morgan Rielly -- Cody Ceci Jake Muzzin -- Tyson Barrie Travis Dermott -- Justin Holl Frederik Andersen Michael Hutchinson EDITOR'S NOTE: Sorry guys, but I won't be able to get a proper GDT made today.
  6. Starting Goaltenders The Game The Washington Capitals will try to win for the sixth time in seven games when they visit the Toronto Maple Leafs at Scotiabank Arena on Tuesday. Goalie Braden Holtby will start for Washington, 5-0-1 in its past six games and 3-0-1 in the first four games of a five-game road trip. Defenseman Travis Dermott will make his season debut for the Maple Leafs after missing the first 13 games of the season recovering from shoulder surgery on May 10. The 22-year-old was first injured Feb. 27 of last season but returned for the final four regular season games and seven Stanley Cup Playoff games. Goalie Frederik Andersen will start for Toronto, 2-3-1 in its past six games. Players to watch Capitals defenseman John Carlson leads NHL players at the position in scoring with 21 points (five goals, 16 assists) and had a nine-game point streak (18 points; five goals, 13 assists) end in a 6-5 overtime win at the Vancouver Canucks on Friday. Maple Leafs defenseman Jake Muzzin has scored a goal in each of his past two games and has six points (two goals, four assists) in his past six games. They said it "What he's done is phenomenal and he's a huge reason why our team is where we are right now in the standings. … He was asked to take on a bigger leadership role and take on more responsibility of being a real veteran back there and he's done a phenomenal job." -- Capitals coach Todd Reirden on defenseman John Carlson "It's been way too long. I think it's the longest I've been away from the game so being cleared medically, it's what I've been thinking and dreaming about for the last six months, so it's really exciting." -- Maple Leafs defenseman Travis Dermott
  7. Starting Goaltenders The Game Michael Hutchinson is expected to start in the second of back-to-back games for the Toronto Maple Leafs when they face the Montreal Canadiens at Bell Centre on Saturday. Toronto, with Frederik Andersen in goal, defeated the San Jose Sharks 4-1 Friday for its fourth win in seven games (4-2-1). Hutchinson is 0-2-1 with a 4.02 goals-against average and .890 save percentage in four games this season. Carey Price will likely start in goal for Montreal, which will try to avoid a third straight loss after going 3-1-0 in its previous four games. The Canadiens have allowed 11 power-play goals, tied with the Los Angeles Kings for most in the NHL, and their penalty killing success rate of 67.7 percent is 30th in the League. Players to watch Maple Leafs forward Auston Matthews has four points (two goals, two assists) in his past four games, and 16 points (12 goals, four assists) in 12 games against Montreal. Canadiens forward Max Domi has eight points (two goals, six assists) during a seven-game point streak. They said it "We wanted a bounce-back game, get back in the win column, and then back-to-backs, we haven't been too good on them. So, we've got another test [Saturday] in Montreal and we've got to rest up, recover, and get ready to go." -- Maple Leafs forward Auston Matthews after Toronto's victory against the San Jose Sharks on Friday "It's mistakes that we're making within here. The system's in place and we've seen that when we do it well, it works. And when we step away from that or we're not in the right position is when we're getting scored on. So, it's just a matter of making sure that everone's in the correct position and we're all on the same page." -- Canadiens defenseman Jeff Petry on penalty killing struggles
  8. Starting Goaltenders The Game Patrick Marleau will play his 1,500th NHL game with the San Jose Sharks against the Toronto Maple Leafs at Scotiabank Arena on Friday. Marleau will become the seventh player in League history to play at least 1,500 games for the same franchise, joining Gordie Howe (Detroit Red Wings, 1,687), Nicklas Lidstrom (Red Wings, 1,564), Alex Delvecchio (Red Wings, 1,550), Shane Doan (Winnipeg Jets/Arizona Coyotes, 1,540), Ray Bourque (Boston Bruins, 1,518) and Steve Yzerman (Red Wings, 1,514). It also will be Marleau's first game in Toronto since the Maple Leafs traded him to the Carolina Hurricanes on June 22. Goalie Frederik Andersen will start for the Maple Leafs, who are playing the first of back-to-back games; they play the Montreal Canadiens at Bell Centre on Saturday. Players to watch Sharks forward Evander Kane has seven points (five goals, two assists) in his past four games. Maple Leafs forward Kasperi Kapanen has six points (three goals, three assists) in his past four games. They said it "We can't be satisfied now. We go into another tough building on Friday night against a team that's going through some tough times. They're going to be fired up, they're very powerful up front, so we're going to have to play well to beat them." -- Sharks captain Logan Couture "The way he takes care of himself physically, a lot of his routines and things he's done to continue to play at a high level and keep himself healthy and durable, I think that's truly amazing and something I definitely very much admired. Just as a guy, he brings people together." -- Maple Leafs captain John Tavares on Patrick Marleau
  9. Starting Goaltenders The Game The Toronto Maple Leafs will be without center John Tavares when they host the Boston Bruins at Scotiabank Arena on Saturday. Tavares sustained a broken finger when he was hit on the right hand by a shot from Morgan Rielly in a 4-3 loss to the Washington Capitals on Wednesday. He is expected to miss a minimum of two weeks. Frederik Andersen, who backed up Michael Hutchinson against the Capitals, will start for the Maple Leafs, who are 2-3-0 in their past five games. Bruins center David Krejci will miss his second-consecutive game with an upper body injury sustained during a 4-2 win against the Anaheim Ducks on Monday. Jaroslav Halak will start for the Bruins, who are 2-0-1 in their past three games. Players to watch Bruins forward David Pastrnak has seven points (six goals, one assist) in his past two games and 13 points (eight goals, five assists) during a five-game point streak. Maple Leafs forward Kasperi Kapanen had three points (one goal, two assists) on Wednesday against the Capitals and has five points (one goal, four assists) in his past four games. They said it "I don't think we've played our best hockey by any stretch. Our record is probably a product of really good special teams, some timely scoring and really good goaltending. We're not as tight as we typically are, we're giving up more than we typically do so we have some areas we need to address." -- Bruins coach Bruce Cassidy "Kerfoot is a way better than we expected; he's way grittier and got more grease to him. We think he's going to make way more plays as time goes on and he gets more comfortable. He has to continue to work on his defensive side, so he has the puck more. That's the big thing for him, having the puck more." -- Maple Leafs coach Mike Babcock on center Alexander Kerfoot, who is being elevated in the lineup in the absence of Tavares
  10. Starting Goaltenders The Game The Toronto Maple Leafs will go for their third consecutive victory when they visit the Washington Capitals at Capital One Arena on Wednesday. The Maple Leafs will play the second half of a back to back following a 4-2 victory against the Minnesota Wild at Scotiabank Arena on Tuesday. Forward Mitchell Marner (one goal, two assists) and defenseman Morgan Rielly (four assists) combined for seven points in the second period. Goalie Michael Hutchinson is expected to make his second start of the season; he made 37 saves in a 6-5 shootout loss to the Montreal Canadiens on Oct. 5. The Capitals are 1-2-2 in their past five games and will try to win at home for the first time this season (0-1-2). Rookie goalie Ilya Samsonov, who replaced Braden Holtby in the first period of a 6-3 loss to the Colorado Avalanche on Monday, will make his first home start. Players to watch Maple Leafs center John Tavares has three points (two goals, one assist) in a three-game point streak and has 32 points (16 goals, 16 assists) in 37 games against Washington. Capitals forward Alex Ovechkin has six points (four goals, two assists) in a four-game point streak and has 68 points (39 goals, 29 assists) in 48 games against Toronto. They said it "It's always tough going back-to-back with travel. But there's no excuse to not be ready. We've got a great staff here and we're going to do whatever we have to do to get ready." -- Maple Leafs defenseman Morgan Rielly "He's a rookie goaltender and finding his way. We've liked how he's played so far and just thought it was the right decision to get him back in there for us tonight." -- Capitals coach Todd Reirden on goalie Ilya Samsonov
  11. Starting Goaltenders The Game The Minnesota Wild and Toronto Maple Leafs each will look to win their second game in a row when they play at Scotiabank Arena on Tuesday. The Wild defeated the Ottawa Senators 2-0 on Monday for their first win of the season. Goalie Devan Dubnyk, who is 0-4-0 with a 4.56 goals-against average and .862 save percentage, will start after Alex Stalock made 26 saves against the Senators. The Maple Leafs, who are playing the first of back-to-back games, ended a three-game losing streak (0-2-1) with a 5-2 win against the Detroit Red Wings on Saturday. Mike Babcock will coach his 1,285th NHL game, tying Darryl Sutter for 13th on the NHL all-time list. Players to watch Wild defenseman Brad Hunt has four points (two goals, two assists) in five games and leads Minnesota in scoring. Maple Leafs forward Ilya Mikheyev had a goal and an assist against the Red Wings and has five points (two goals, three assists) in his first six NHL games. They said it "I don't want to put anybody down but we're not going to score five goals every night so we have to hold teams to one or two. And if you do that you usually have success." -- Wild coach Bruce Boudreau "I'm sure they'll be hungry. It will be a good test for us. They've got some veteran guys and it's always a tough challenge going up against them because they play a steady game and wait on you to make mistakes and get you to fall into their trap." -- Maple Leafs forward Auston Matthews
  12. Starting Goaltenders The Game The Toronto Maple Leafs will try to end a three-game losing streak when they visit the Detroit Red Wings at Little Caesars Arena on Saturday. The Maple Leafs have been outscored 16-10 in their past three games (0-2-1) including a 7-3 home loss to the Tampa Bay Lightning on Thursday. The Red Wings' top line of Anthony Mantha, Tyler Bertuzzi and Dylan Larkin will look to stay hot; they have 20 points (10 goals, 10 assists) in four games this season. Players to watch Maple Leafs forward Auston Matthews has seven points (six goals, one assist) in five games. He and Mantha are tied for second in the League in goals trailing James Neal of the Edmonton Oilers, who has seven. Red Wings defenseman Danny DeKeyser has four assists in four games this season. They said it "They've got a lot of speed on that line and they've also got a lot of grit, so they can handle about every situation offensively and defensively. They will try to get in front of our net and try to get a bounce, but they can all shoot as well, so we have to stay focused when they are out there." -- Maple Leafs forward Mitchell Marner on facing Detroit's top line "Discipline is going to huge tonight. I watched the replay of the first period of Toronto and Tampa Bay, and I don't want to face either one of those power plays. You can't put Toronto out there over and over, because they will eventually get into the zone and score." -- Red Wings coach Jeff Blashill on Toronto's power play.
  13. Toronto Maple Leafs Patrick Marleau -- Auston Matthews -- Kasperi Kapanen Zach Hyman -- John Tavares -- Mitchell Marner Par Lindholm -- Nazem Kadri -- Connor Brown Tyler Ennis -- Frederik Gauthier -- Josh Leivo Morgan Rielly -- Ron Hainsey Jake Gardiner -- Nikita Zaitsev Travis Dermott -- Igor Ozhiganov Frederik Andersen Garret Sparks Pittsburgh Penguins Jake Guentzel -- Sidney Crosby -- Bryan Rust Carl Hagelin -- Evgeni Malkin -- Phil Kessel Dominik Simon -- Derick Brassard -- Patric Hornqvist Daniel Sprong -- Matt Cullen -- Riley Sheahan Brian Dumoulin -- Kris Letang Olli Maatta -- Jamie Oleksiak Jack Johnson -- Juuso Riikola Matt Murray Casey DeSmith
  14. My Grandfather's not in good condition, so I won't be able to do a full GDT today. Toronto Maple Leafs Patrick Marleau -- Auston Matthews -- Kasperi Kapanen Zach Hyman -- John Tavares -- Mitchell Marne Par Lindholm -- Nazem Kadri -- Connor Brown Josh Leivo -- Frederik Gauthier -- Tyler Ennis Morgan Rielly -- Ron Hainsey Jake Gardiner -- Nikita Zaitsev Travis Dermott -- Martin Marincin Frederik Andersen Garrett Sparks Detroit Red Wings Justin Abdelkader -- Dylan Larkin -- Anthony Mantha Michael Rasmussen -- Frans Nielsen -- Tyler Bertuzzi Thomas Vanek -- Andreas Athanasiou -- Gustav Nyquist Darren Helm -- Luke Glendening -- Christoffer Ehn Danny DeKeyser -- Filip Hronek Libor Sulak -- Joe Hicketts Nick Jensen -- Niklas Kronwall Jimmy Howard Jonathan Bernier
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