The Toronto Maple Leafs have their sights set on a rebound after a 6-5 loss to the Habs when they take on the defending champ St. Louis Blues tonight.
The Leafs will retain first place in the Atlantic Division and a 3-0-1 record with a win. They have won two out of their last three games, collecting five out of six available points to start the 2019-20 NHL season.
Tonight’s game will feature Frederik Andersen, who did not play Saturday in a 6-5 loss to the Canadiens due to it being a back-to-back game.
The St. Louis Blues will most likely counter with young gun net-minder Jordan Binnington.
Leafs Lines vs. Blues during warmup (via Kristen Shilton)
Heading into tonight’s game, the Toronto Maple Leafs lead the league in points from forwards (27) and points from defencemen (14).
They are 2-0 with Frederik Andersen in the crease this season.