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Toronto Maple Leafs look for rebound against Blues

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)

  1. Kapanen-Tavares-Marner
  2. Johnsson-Matthews-Nylander
  3. Mikheyev-Kerfoot-Moore
  4. Petan-Spezza-Gauthier
  1. Rielly-Ceci
  2. Muzzin-Barrie
  3. Sandin-Holl
  1. Andersen

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.

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