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NHL : ATS Matchup
Monday 4/15/2019Line$ LineOU LineScore



BOSTON (50-25-0-9, 109 pts.) at TORONTO (47-29-0-8, 102 pts.)
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Monday, 4/15/2019 7:00 PM
Eastern Conference Quarterfinals - Best of 7 - Game 3 - Series tied at 1-1
Board OpeningLatest
29BOSTON+105Ov 6,+100-105Ov 6,-105
30TORONTO-125Un 6,-120-115Un 6,-115
BOSTON - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games50-34-0+0.950-34+0.935-453.132.82.629.5
Team Stats (Road Games)20-21-0-3.720-21-3.717-222.932.02.830.6
Last 5 Games3-2-0+0.63-2+0.62-33.435.02.629.2
Playoff Games1-1-0-0.41-1-0.40-22.539.52.532.0
vs. Division17-13-0-2.617-13-2.611-
BOSTON Team Statistics
 Scoring    Shots On GoalPower Plays 
Team Stats (All Games)84264699490111527599.6%2576726.1%447
Team Stats (Road Games)411183248344713149.0%1192319.3%192
Team Stats (Last 5 Games)517746011759.7%11218.2%28
Team Stats (Playoffs)2531100796.3%6233.3%7
Team Stats (vs. Division)30962435352310499.2%892224.7%162
Stats Against (All Games) 22057738191724808.9%2484919.8%358
Stats Against (Road Games) 1143238386812569.1%1292821.7%188
Stats Against (Last 5 Games) 13157021468.9%11327.3%19
Stats Against (Playoffs) 512201647.8%400.0%6
Stats Against (vs. Division) 82142937288799.3%811518.5%137
BOSTON - Goalie Statistics
 Goalie StatisticsTeam's record in starts
JAROSLAV HALAK (All Games)40371158106892.2%322-15+0.622-15-0015-20
JAROSLAV HALAK (Road Games)211961356391.8%28-11-5.58-11-0-77-12
JAROSLAV HALAK (vs. Division)8826224292.4%15-3+1.35-3-0+14-3
JAROSLAV HALAK (Last 4 Games)441109990.0%03-1+0.83-1-0+13-1
JAROSLAV HALAK (Playoff Games)00000.0%00-000-0-000-0
TUUKKA RASK (All Games)48471308119591.4%328-19+0.228-19-0020-25
TUUKKA RASK (Road Games)222263758191.2%112-10+1.712-10-0+210-10
TUUKKA RASK (vs. Division)222260955591.1%012-10-3.912-10-0-47-15
TUUKKA RASK (Last 4 Games)4411810790.7%02-2-0.42-2-002-2
TUUKKA RASK (Playoff Games)22635993.7%01-1-0.41-1-000-2

TORONTO - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games47-37-0-13.647-37-13.640-403.533.33.033.3
Team Stats (Home Games)23-18-0-11.823-18-11.821-183.632.33.033.0
Last 5 Games1-4-0-2.81-4-2.81-42.433.43.638.8
Playoff Games1-1-0+0.21-1+0.20-22.532.02.539.5
vs. Division15-15-0-8.915-15-8.918-113.533.23.634.0
TORONTO Team Statistics
 Scoring    Shots On GoalPower Plays 
Team Stats (All Games)8429177102106615280010.4%2154621.4%482
Team Stats (Home Games)4114634555528132611.0%952425.3%253
Team Stats (Last 5 Games)512453011677.2%10110.0%15
Team Stats (Playoffs)2512201647.8%400.0%6
Team Stats (vs. Division)301042240384899710.4%761519.7%178
Stats Against (All Games) 25673888781827969.2%2104320.5%436
Stats Against (Home Games) 12336463921013539.1%921920.7%204
Stats Against (Last 5 Games) 18566131949.3%9444.4%25
Stats Against (Playoffs) 531100796.3%6233.3%7
Stats Against (vs. Division) 10734363345102010.5%882123.9%189
TORONTO - Goalie Statistics
 Goalie StatisticsTeam's record in starts
FREDERIK ANDERSEN (All Games)62622037187091.8%237-25-3.437-25-0-534-25
FREDERIK ANDERSEN (Home Games)303094986991.6%018-12-6.218-12-0-718-10
FREDERIK ANDERSEN (vs. Division)222274767790.6%013-9+0.613-9-0015-7
FREDERIK ANDERSEN (Last 4 Games)4415614492.3%01-3-1.81-3-0-21-3
FREDERIK ANDERSEN (Playoff Games)22797493.7%01-1+0.21-1-000-2
MICHAEL HUTCHINSON (All Games)9823921288.7%12-6-6.82-6-0-64-4
MICHAEL HUTCHINSON (Home Games)5515413990.3%11-4-5.31-4-0-52-3
MICHAEL HUTCHINSON (vs. Division)22605388.3%00-2-3.40-2-0-31-1
MICHAEL HUTCHINSON (Last 4 Games)4411810992.4%12-2-0.62-2-000-4
MICHAEL HUTCHINSON (Playoff Games)00000.0%00-000-0-000-0
GARRET SPARKS (All Games)201759253490.2%18-9-88-9-0-85-11
GARRET SPARKS (Home Games)9727225091.9%14-3-2.34-3-0-22-5
GARRET SPARKS (vs. Division)9724021187.9%02-5-8.22-5-0-73-3
GARRET SPARKS (Last 4 Games)4412511188.8%01-3-4.81-3-0-41-3
GARRET SPARKS (Playoff Games)00000.0%00-000-0-000-0
Average power rating of opponents played: BOSTON 3.09,  TORONTO 3.18
BOSTON - Schedule
3/19/2019at NY ISLANDERS5-0W0, -125W5 ovP
3/21/2019at NEW JERSEY5-1W0, -395W5.5 ovO
3/23/2019at FLORIDA7-3W0, -140W6 evO
3/25/2019at TAMPA BAY4-5L0, +140L6 ovO
3/27/2019NY RANGERS6-3W0, -375W6 unO
3/30/2019FLORIDA1-4L0, -260L6.5 ovU
3/31/2019at DETROIT3-6L0, -220L5.5 ovO
4/2/2019at COLUMBUS6-2W0, +120W5.5 ovO
4/4/2019at MINNESOTA3-0W0, +105W5.5 unU
4/6/2019TAMPA BAY3-6L0, -120L6.5 unO
4/11/2019TORONTO1-4L0, -145L6 ovU
4/13/2019TORONTO4-1W0, -150W6 evU
4/15/2019at TORONTO 
4/17/2019at TORONTO 

TORONTO - Schedule
3/19/2019at NASHVILLE0-3L0, +105L6.5 ovU
3/20/2019at BUFFALO4-2W0, -145W6.5 ovU
3/23/2019NY RANGERS1-2L0, -420L6.5 unU
3/25/2019FLORIDA7-5W0, -230W6.5 ovO
3/27/2019at PHILADELPHIA4-5L0, -150L7 unO
3/30/2019at OTTAWA2-4L0, -230L7 unU
4/1/2019at NY ISLANDERS2-1W0, -110W6 unU
4/2/2019CAROLINA1-4L0, +100L6.5 unU
4/4/2019TAMPA BAY1-3L0, -105L7 unU
4/6/2019at MONTREAL5-6L0, +100L6.5 evO
4/11/2019at BOSTON4-1W0, +125W6 ovU
4/13/2019at BOSTON1-4L0, +130L6 evU
4/19/2019at BOSTON 
BOSTON: LAST SEASON: 50-20-12, 112 points. Second in Atlantic Division.
LOST to Tampa Bay Lightning in Eastern Conference semifinals.
COACH: Bruce Cassidy (second full season, third full NHL season).
ADDED: D John Moore, D Steven Kampfer, G Jaroslav Halak, F Joakim Nordstrom, F Chris Wagner
LOST: F Tommy Wingels, F Rick Nash, F Riley Nash, D Adam McQuaid, F Tim Schaller
PLAYER TO WATCH: Patrice Bergeron. The Bruins No. 1 center had 63 points in 64 games last season but, at 32, he had offseason groin surgery and back spasms have kept him off the ice for part of training camp. Boston's top line of Bergeron, David Pastrnak and Brad Marchand scored a total of 208 points in the regular season and 53 more in 12 playoff games.
OUTLOOK: The Bruins are poised for another strong regular-season run behind the core of Zdeno Chara, Bergeron and goalie Tuukka Rask. Last year, they advanced in the playoffs for the first time since 2014, but they'll have to get further for this year to be a success.
TORONTO: LAST SEASON: 49-26-7, 105 points. Finished third in Atlantic Division.
LOST to Boston Bruins in first round of playoffs.
COACH: Mike Babcock (Fourth season, 16th NHL season)
ADDED: C John Tavares, F Tyler Ennis
LOST: LW James van Riemsdyk, C Tyler Bozak, F Leo Komarov, F Matt Martin, D Roman Polak
PLAYER TO WATCH: Tavares. Even on a team with Auston Matthews, all eyes are on Tavares after the Toronto native signed a $77 million, seven-year contract to play for his hometown Leafs. He's a point-a-game playmaker, and with Matthews and Nazem Kadri following Tavares down the middle of the lineup, Toronto has arguably the best center depth in the league.
OUTLOOK: The Maple Leafs are a legitimate Stanley Cup contender for the first time in the salary-cap era that began in 2005. The goaltending of Frederik Andersen has to be on point, and the suspect defense has to perform, but Toronto should make the playoffs easily and could become the first Canadian-based team in the final since Vancouver in 2011.
Bruins, Maple Leafs ready for Game 3 duel

Bruins, Maple Leafs ready for Game 3 duel

The Toronto Maple Leafs and the Boston Bruins took turns at doing what they do best in splitting the first two games of their first-round playoff series.

And the Bruins will try to sustain the momentum from their 4-1 victory Saturday when they visit the Maple Leafs Monday night for Game 3 of the best-of-seven series.

"They set the tempo the first game," said Bruins left winger Brad Marchand, who had a goal and an assist in Game 2. "We weren't prepared for that. We were (Saturday). It's going to be a fun series."

The Bruins played a far more physical game Saturday and limited the skating game of the Maple Leafs, who took the opener 4-1.

"To be honest with you, when you come in here, initially you're hoping you probably get a split," Maple Leafs coach Mike Babcock said. "Once you get the first game you get greedy and want the second game. We didn't get the second game. We're in a best-of-five now, we've got to dig in."

Things became testy in Game 2, particularly between Boston's Jake DeBrusk and Toronto's Nazem Kadri. Kadri scored Toronto's goal in the third period and soon after was given a five-minute penalty and a game misconduct for cross checking DeBrusk on the side of the head.

"We've got some guys who have been through some nasty series in the past," Bruins coach Bruce Cassidy said.

Kadri was offered the chance to have a hearing about a possible suspension, which would be the fifth of his career. He was suspended for three games in the 2018 playoffs for boarding Tommy Wingels in another Toronto-Boston series.

Kadri's place as third-line center could be filled by either William Nylander or Patrick Marleau if he is suspended for the game.

DeBrusk was dazed and his status for Game 3 was uncertain. Toronto defenseman Jake Muzzin hit Boston defender Torey Krug head-first into the boards in the second period. Krug did not return. Another Boston defenseman, Connor Clifton, also left with an injury.

All three were scheduled to travel to Toronto, however.

John Moore could return from an upper-body injury to add experience to the Boston defense.

"The way they played (Saturday), I don't think surprised anybody in our room, but we didn't execute and handle it," Babcock said. "The bottom line is we'll get another go at this, we'll be in our house next and we've got to come out and get after them, just like we did night one."

David Backes, who was dropped from the first-game lineup as the Bruins dressed a faster lineup, returned Saturday and was a physical presence. He set up Boston's first goal.

"We're not a team that runs from a physical game," Cassidy said. "I think it brings out the best in us at times. You've got to make sure you stay on the right side of things, and score, defend, while you're doing all that. That was the ask (Saturday). We got it."

"That first 10 minutes they were physical and trying to make a statement," Toronto center Auston Matthews said. "We weathered the storm as well as we could and I thought halfway through the game we started pushing back much better and into the third period, generating more chances and playing more O-zone. That said, the first two periods, they controlled a lot of the play and obviously, when you lose Game 1 at home, you know they're going to come out with a response and they obviously did."

--Field Level Media

Last Updated: 7/16/2019 2:10:53 AM EST

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