Toronto Maple Leafs vs Boston Bruins, 2/2/2016

The Boston Bruins return from the All Star break 29-18-5 for 57 points, fourth in the Atlantic and first in the wild card. Tonight they take on the Toronto Maple Leafs (17-22-9 43 points) at TD Garden. The Bruins are 11-13-2 at home; with games against Toronto and Buffalo this week at the Garden, their home record should improve. Toronto is 10-14-2 on the road and 1-7-2 in their last ten.

Tonight’s Lines (from dailyfaceoff.com)
Boston
Marchand – Bergeron – Connolly
Eriksson – Krejci – Pastrnak
Beleskey – Spooner – Hayes
Rinaldo – Talbot – Ferraro

Chara – Trotman
Seidenberg – C. Miller
Krug – K. Miller

Rask
Subban

Toronto
(as of Feb 1)
Holland – Kadri – Komarov
Grabner – Bozak – Parenteau
Matthias – Spaling – Winnik
Lupul – Froese – Clune

Hunwick – Rielly
Phaneuf – Corrado
Gardiner – Polak

Reimer
Bernier

Who’s hot:
Brad Marchand 4-0-5 in last 5
Patrice Bergeron 2-2-4 in last 5
Ryan Spooner 0-4-4 in last 5

Who’s not:
Torey Krug 0-0-0 in last 5
Max Talot 1-0-1 in last 5
Brett Connolly 1-0-1 in last 4 (healthy scratch in 1 game of last 5)

Boston is looking for a full 60 minute effort tonight after the super entertaining Anaheim game.

What’s on tap?