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NHL : ATS Matchup
Tuesday 3/19/2019Line$ LineOU LineScore
TORONTO
 
NASHVILLE
PK  

PK  


6.5
 
0
Final
3

TORONTO (43-24-0-5, 91 pts.) at NASHVILLE (41-27-0-5, 87 pts.)
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Tuesday, 3/19/2019 8:05 PM
#1 GOALTENDERS: TORONTO - FREDERIK ANDERSEN, NASHVILLE - PEKKA RINNE
Board OpeningLatest
 LineTotalLineTotal
11TORONTO+105Ov 6.5,-110+105Ov 6.5,-110
12NASHVILLE-125Un 6.5,-110-125Un 6.5,-110
ADVANCED TEAM STATS
TORONTO - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-L-TUnitsW-LUnitsO-UScoreShotsScoreShots
All Games43-29-0-4.843-29-4.837-313.632.83.033.3
Team Stats (Road Games)21-14-0+1.821-14+1.817-163.533.43.133.6
Last 5 Games2-3-0-42-3-44-13.640.65.037.4
TORONTO Team Statistics
 Scoring    Shots On GoalPower Plays 
 GamesGoals1rst2nd3rdOTENShotsPctNumConvPctAst
Team Stats (All Games)72259679393613235911.0%1864323.1%437
Team Stats (Road Games)3512338404145116910.5%1022120.6%203
Team Stats (Last 5 Games)518279002038.9%12433.3%33
Stats Against (All Games) 21664777051223999.0%1843519.0%371
Stats Against (Road Games) 1073133394411769.1%1001818.0%188
Stats Against (Last 5 Games) 2581160018713.4%1100.0%48
TORONTO - Goalie Statistics
 Goalie StatisticsTeam's record in starts
GoalieGamesStartsShotsSavesPCTSHOATSUnitsSUUnitsO-U
FREDERIK ANDERSEN (All Games)53531725158491.8%134-19+3.134-19-0+131-19
FREDERIK ANDERSEN (Road Games)262686879891.9%117-9+5.117-9-0+414-11
FREDERIK ANDERSEN(vs. Non-Conference)232374268592.3%114-9-2.114-9-0-312-10
FREDERIK ANDERSEN (Last 4 Games)44957983.2%02-2-1.52-2-0-13-1
MICHAEL HUTCHINSON (All Games)9823921288.7%12-6-6.82-6-0-64-4
MICHAEL HUTCHINSON (Road Games)43857385.9%01-2-1.51-2-0-12-1
MICHAEL HUTCHINSON(vs. Non-Conference)33948691.5%11-2-21-2-0-21-2
MICHAEL HUTCHINSON (Last 4 Games)4411810992.4%12-2-0.62-2-000-4
GARRET SPARKS (All Games)171451146190.2%17-7-5.67-7-0-65-8
GARRET SPARKS (Road Games)9827524488.7%03-5-4.43-5-0-43-4
GARRET SPARKS(vs. Non-Conference)4312912093.0%03-0+33-0-0+31-2
GARRET SPARKS (Last 4 Games)4212911488.4%00-2-3.50-2-0-42-0

NASHVILLE - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-L-TUnitsW-LUnitsO-UScoreShotsScoreShots
All Games41-32-0-841-32-831-393.033.02.729.6
Team Stats (Home Games)22-14-0-4.622-14-4.613-203.034.22.527.7
Last 5 Games3-2-0+0.23-2+0.22-33.431.43.027.0
NASHVILLE Team Statistics
 Scoring    Shots On GoalPower Plays 
 GamesGoals1rst2nd3rdOTENShotsPctNumConvPctAst
Team Stats (All Games)7321948808292224089.1%2383213.4%352
Team Stats (Home Games)3610726413551112308.7%1321813.6%163
Team Stats (Last 5 Games)5173581215710.8%12325.0%24
Stats Against (All Games) 1955672625921649.0%2254319.1%314
Stats Against (Home Games) 90243035129989.0%1192218.5%151
Stats Against (Last 5 Games) 155550113511.1%15213.3%24
NASHVILLE - Goalie Statistics
 Goalie StatisticsTeam's record in starts
GoalieGamesStartsShotsSavesPCTSHOATSUnitsSUUnitsO-U
PEKKA RINNE (All Games)49481347123091.3%226-22-9.626-22-0-1118-28
PEKKA RINNE (Home Games)252567161391.4%216-9-1.816-9-0-37-16
PEKKA RINNE(vs. Non-Conference)171747643691.6%19-8-3.79-8-0-37-10
PEKKA RINNE (Last 4 Games)441079689.7%02-2-0.72-2-0-12-2
JUUSE SAROS (All Games)292580974091.5%215-10+1.515-10-0+113-11
JUUSE SAROS (Home Games)111132529590.8%16-5-2.86-5-0-36-4
JUUSE SAROS(vs. Non-Conference)121032330193.2%18-2+4.48-2-0+45-4
JUUSE SAROS (Last 4 Games)4412611792.9%12-2-0.32-2-0-11-3
Average power rating of opponents played: TORONTO 3.12,  NASHVILLE 3.1
SCHEDULE AND RESULTS
TORONTO - Schedule
DateOpponentScoreSULineATSTotalO/U
2/21/2019WASHINGTON2-3L0, -180L6.5 ovU
2/23/2019MONTREAL6-3W0, -195W6 ovO
2/25/2019BUFFALO5-3W0, -250W6.5 evO
2/27/2019EDMONTON6-2W0, -245W6.5 ovO
2/28/2019at NY ISLANDERS1-6L0, +115L6 evO
3/2/2019BUFFALO5-2W0, -265W6.5 ovO
3/4/2019at CALGARY6-2W0, +110W6.5 ovO
3/6/2019at VANCOUVER2-3L0, -210L6.5 ovU
3/9/2019at EDMONTON3-2W0, -170W7 unU
3/11/2019TAMPA BAY2-6L0, -110L6.5 ovO
3/13/2019CHICAGO4-5L0, -240L7 ovO
3/15/2019PHILADELPHIA7-6W0, -225W7 evO
3/16/2019at OTTAWA2-6L0, -250L7 unO
3/19/2019at NASHVILLE 
3/20/2019at BUFFALO 
3/23/2019NY RANGERS 
3/25/2019FLORIDA 
3/27/2019at PHILADELPHIA 
3/30/2019at OTTAWA 

NASHVILLE - Schedule
DateOpponentScoreSULineATSTotalO/U
2/21/2019LOS ANGELES2-1W0, -225W5.5 unU
2/23/2019COLORADO0-5L0, -200L6.5 unU
2/25/2019EDMONTON3-2W0, -270W5.5 unU
2/26/2019at ST LOUIS0-2L0, +140L5.5 unU
3/1/2019at WINNIPEG3-5L0, -120L6 ovO
3/3/2019at MINNESOTA3-2W0, -140W5.5 unU
3/5/2019MINNESOTA5-4W0, -180W5.5 unO
3/9/2019CAROLINA3-5L0, -155L5.5 ovO
3/12/2019at ANAHEIM2-3L0, -150L5.5 unU
3/14/2019at LOS ANGELES3-1W0, -200W5.5 unU
3/16/2019at SAN JOSE4-2W0, +125W6.5 ovU
3/19/2019TORONTO 
3/21/2019PITTSBURGH 
3/23/2019at WINNIPEG 
3/25/2019at MINNESOTA 
3/29/2019at PITTSBURGH 
3/30/2019COLUMBUS 
KEY GAME INFORMATION
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.
NASHVILLE: LAST SEASON: 53-18-11, 117 points. Won first Presidents' Trophy.
LOST Game 7 to Winnipeg Jets in Western Conference semifinals.
COACH: Peter Laviolette (fifth season, 17th NHL season).
ADDED: D Dan Hamhuis.
LOST: C Mike Fisher, F Scott Hartnell, D Alexei Emelin.
PLAYER TO WATCH: G Pekka Rinne. He turns 36 in November and is in the final year of his current contract coming off a season where he won the Vezina Trophy after being a finalist three other times. Rinne carried the Predators to their first Presidents' Trophy going 42-13-4 with eight shutouts, a 2.31 goals-against average and a .927 save percentage. He also earned his 300th career victory on Feb. 22.
OUTLOOK: The Predators' goal remains winning the Stanley Cup that has eluded them the past two seasons after a loss in the Stanley Cup Final followed by a Game 7 loss to the Winnipeg Jets in the Western Conference semifinals. They kept their core together with their biggest offseason moves signing defenseman Ryan Ellis, backup goalie Juuse Saros, forward Ryan Hartman to extensions. Nashville is expecting more growth from center Ryan Johansen, forwards Filip Forsberg, Viktor Arvidsson, Kevin Fiala and rookie Eeli Tolvanen to keep the Predators competitive in the deep Western Conference.
PREVIEW
Leafs try to right ship against Predators

The Toronto Maple Leafs and the Nashville Predators are hoping to make long playoff runs, but they are currently functioning on different levels.

The Maple Leafs stagger into Nashville for a game Tuesday having allowed 23 goals while losing three of their past four games, including a 6-2 face-plant against the lowly Ottawa Senators on Saturday.

The Predators, meanwhile, are returning home after defeating the San Jose Sharks 4-2 on Saturday.

"I think looking at our situation and where we want to go and where we want to get to, you could put that under the biggest win of the season for sure," Predators center Ryan Johansen said.

The Predators (41-27-5) still have a chance to catch the Winnipeg Jets in the Central Division.

"It's not in our division, but it's huge," Predators right winger Viktor Arvidsson said after scoring twice in San Jose. "They (the Sharks) played for something too, for clinching (a playoff spot), and we needed this one. We really had to win this one to hang on in the race for the Central. I think we played a great game."

Arvidsson has matched his career best with 31 goals this season despite missing 21 games with a broken thumb.

"I feel like I kind of choose my shots a little bit (better) this year and hold onto the puck a little bit more than in years before, (when) I shot from the boards," he told The Tennessean. "I try to pull up and find something else and get open again. Shoot it in a better position. That's something I've tried to work on and think about."

Said Predators coach Peter Laviolette: "I think he takes whatever he can get. If it's quality, it's quality. He puts himself in a position to find space and ... his speed allows him to find space. He has a terrific shot. That plays into it as well."

The Maple Leafs are looking for answers after a difficult week in which they lacked some of the basics for playoff success, such as defense, commitment and emotion.

The Maple Leafs (43-24-5) are playing for playoff positioning and a potential home-ice advantage in the first round.

"We talked pre-game (in Ottawa) about preparing for playoffs," said Morgan Rielly, who became the third defenseman in Maple Leafs history to reach 20 goals Saturday. "If anything, we should be amping it up now, using these games to prepare for what's to come. Moving forward, we're going to use our remaining games, take them very seriously. There are points on the line."

The Maple Leafs could use some help from the return of injured defenseman Travis Dermott (shoulder), who is closer to being ready than defenseman Jake Gardiner (back). Right winger Kasperi Kapanen (concussion) missed the game in Ottawa but practiced Monday and is expected to play.

"Any way you look at it, we've had a tough week," Maple Leafs center John Tavares said.

"And we haven't been good enough. We've given up way too many goals. You can't dig the puck out of the net like we have and have success. Bottom line is, we all know how to play defense, we all know where to stand and we're not doing a good enough job."

Toronto center Frederik Gauthier (foot) will not play.

--Field Level Media


Last Updated: 4/24/2019 9:57:38 PM EST


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