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NHL : ATS Matchup
Thursday 4/19/2018Line$ LineOU LineScore
BOSTON
 
TORONTO
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BOSTON (52-21-0-12, 116 pts.) at TORONTO (50-28-0-7, 107 pts.)
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Thursday, 4/19/2018 7:05 PM
Eastern Conference Quarterfinals - Best of 7 - Game 4 - BOS Leads 2-1
#1 GOALTENDERS: BOSTON - TUUKKA RASK, TORONTO - FREDERIK ANDERSEN
Board OpeningLatest
 LineTotalLineTotal
1BOSTON-105Ov 6,-120-125Ov 6,-105
2TORONTO-115Un 6,+100+105Un 6,-115
ADVANCED TEAM STATS
BOSTON - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-L-TUnitsW-LUnitsO-UScoreShotsScoreShots
All Games52-33-0+5.152-33+5.138-423.333.12.629.3
Team Stats (Road Games)22-20-0-1.122-20-1.118-233.032.62.729.9
Last 5 Games3-2-0-1.53-2-1.53-04.237.62.828.8
Playoff Games2-1-0+12-1+12-04.736.72.730.0
vs. Division20-11-0+0.820-11+0.89-183.233.72.429.0
BOSTON Team Statistics
 Scoring    Shots On GoalPower Plays 
 GamesGoals1rst2nd3rdOTENShotsPctNumConvPctAst
Team Stats (All Games)85284849299921281310.1%2696624.5%485
Team Stats (Road Games)421242940505913689.1%1172319.7%205
Team Stats (Last 5 Games)5216870118811.2%19736.8%39
Team Stats (Playoffs)3145540011012.7%11545.5%28
Team Stats (vs. Division)311003038284910469.6%912628.6%177
Stats Against (All Games) 222787359121324898.9%2544216.5%357
Stats Against (Road Games) 1143940287712579.1%1252217.6%183
Stats Against (Last 5 Games) 14554001449.7%13215.4%25
Stats Against (Playoffs) 824200908.9%8225.0%15
Stats Against (vs. Division) 73242720229008.1%861618.6%123
BOSTON - Goalie Statistics
 Goalie StatisticsTeam's record in starts
GoalieGamesStartsShotsSavesPCTSHOATSUnitsSUUnitsO-U
ANTON KHUDOBIN (All Games)312987680091.3%116-13-0.116-13-0015-14
ANTON KHUDOBIN (Road Games)201855050491.6%19-9-1.19-9-0-18-10
ANTON KHUDOBIN (vs. Division)8825423190.9%14-4-2.44-4-0-23-5
ANTON KHUDOBIN (Last 4 Games)441049288.5%01-3-2.21-3-0-23-1
ANTON KHUDOBIN (Playoff Games)00000.0%00-000-0-000-0
TUUKKA RASK (All Games)57561603147091.7%136-20+5.236-20-0+623-28
TUUKKA RASK (Road Games)252470364291.3%113-11013-11-0010-13
TUUKKA RASK (vs. Division)232364459692.5%116-7+3.216-7-0+46-13
TUUKKA RASK (Last 4 Games)4411610489.7%02-2-2.42-2-0-22-0
TUUKKA RASK (Playoff Games)33908291.1%02-1+12-1-0+12-0

TORONTO - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-L-TUnitsW-LUnitsO-UScoreShotsScoreShots
All Games50-35-0+5.450-35+5.444-353.432.12.934.0
Team Stats (Home Games)30-12-0+930-12+921-173.533.22.634.8
Last 5 Games2-3-0-12-3-12-12.630.43.636.4
Playoff Games1-2-0-11-2-12-02.730.04.736.7
vs. Division18-13-0+0.518-13+0.517-113.333.12.932.9
TORONTO Team Statistics
 Scoring    Shots On GoalPower Plays 
 GamesGoals1rst2nd3rdOTENShotsPctNumConvPctAst
Team Stats (All Games)852859387931219273010.4%2335824.9%454
Team Stats (Home Games)421485041471013139510.6%1263225.4%233
Team Stats (Last 5 Games)513445001528.6%15533.3%23
Team Stats (Playoffs)3824200908.9%8225.0%15
Team Stats (vs. Division)311013331352410269.8%892325.8%170
Stats Against (All Games) 24671888071128868.5%2424819.8%418
Stats Against (Home Games) 1113142362414627.6%1091816.5%190
Stats Against (Last 5 Games) 18585001829.9%17635.3%34
Stats Against (Playoffs) 145540011012.7%11545.5%28
Stats Against (vs. Division) 892138273410218.7%821923.2%153
TORONTO - Goalie Statistics
 Goalie StatisticsTeam's record in starts
GoalieGamesStartsShotsSavesPCTSHOATSUnitsSUUnitsO-U
FREDERIK ANDERSEN (All Games)69692298210691.6%441-28+3.141-28-0+437-26
FREDERIK ANDERSEN (Home Games)36361237114492.5%326-10+7.426-10-0+818-14
FREDERIK ANDERSEN (vs. Division)232372866391.1%112-11-3.612-11-0-314-6
FREDERIK ANDERSEN (Last 4 Games)4412010890.0%02-202-2-002-0
FREDERIK ANDERSEN (Playoff Games)33877788.5%01-2-11-2-0-12-0
CURTIS MCELHINNEY (All Games)191555151292.9%29-6+3.69-6-0+46-9
CURTIS MCELHINNEY (Home Games)8622120793.7%24-2+1.74-2-0+23-3
CURTIS MCELHINNEY (vs. Division)9829127193.1%16-2+4.26-2-0+43-5
CURTIS MCELHINNEY (Last 4 Games)4311911092.4%12-1+12-1-0+11-2
CURTIS MCELHINNEY (Playoff Games)10231982.6%00-000-0-000-0
CALVIN PICKARD (All Games)11282485.7%00-1-1.20-1-0-11-0
CALVIN PICKARD (Home Games)00000.0%00-000-0-000-0
CALVIN PICKARD (vs. Division)00000.0%00-000-0-000-0
CALVIN PICKARD (Last 4 Games)11282485.7%00-1-1.20-1-0-11-0
CALVIN PICKARD (Playoff Games)00000.0%00-000-0-000-0
Average power rating of opponents played: BOSTON 3.05,  TORONTO 3.07
SCHEDULE AND RESULTS
BOSTON - Schedule
DateOpponentScoreSULineATSTotalO/U
3/23/2018at DALLAS3-2W0, +115W5.5 unU
3/25/2018at MINNESOTA2-1W0, -115W5.5 unU
3/27/2018at WINNIPEG4-5L0, +125L5.5 ovO
3/29/2018TAMPA BAY4-2W0, -125W6 unP
3/31/2018FLORIDA5-1W0, -175W6 ovP
4/1/2018at PHILADELPHIA3-4L0, +105L6 unO
4/3/2018at TAMPA BAY0-4L0, -105L6 evU
4/5/2018at FLORIDA2-3L0, -125L6 unU
4/7/2018OTTAWA5-2W0, -360W6 ovO
4/8/2018FLORIDA2-4L0, -345L6 unP
4/12/2018TORONTO5-1W0, -155W6 unP
4/14/2018TORONTO7-3W0, -165W5.5 unO
4/16/2018at TORONTO2-4L0, +100L5.5 ovO
4/19/2018at TORONTO 
4/21/2018TORONTO 

TORONTO - Schedule
DateOpponentScoreSULineATSTotalO/U
3/24/2018DETROIT4-3W0, -320W6 unO
3/26/2018BUFFALO2-3L0, -325L6 unU
3/28/2018FLORIDA4-3W0, -145W6 ovO
3/30/2018at NY ISLANDERS5-4W0, -175W7 unO
3/31/2018WINNIPEG1-3L0, -105L6.5 unU
4/2/2018BUFFALO5-2W0, -300W6 ovO
4/5/2018at NEW JERSEY1-2L0, +100L6 ovU
4/7/2018MONTREAL4-2W0, -240W6 unP
4/12/2018at BOSTON1-5L0, +135L6 unP
4/14/2018at BOSTON3-7L0, +145L5.5 unO
4/16/2018BOSTON4-2W0, -120W5.5 ovO
4/19/2018BOSTON 
4/21/2018at BOSTON 
KEY GAME INFORMATION
BOSTON: Key additions: F Kenny Agostino (Blues), D Paul Postma (Jets)
Key Losses: D Colin Miller (Golden Knights), F Dominic Moore (Maple Leafs), F Drew Stafford (Devils), F Jimmy Hayes, F Zac Rinaldo (Coyotes)
OUTLOOK: After all the David Pastrnak contract holdups, they still have elite scorers up front. But the depth is lacking, and a cap-strapped summer didn't help. For another wild-card shot, their blue line has to stay gritty and healthy.
TORONTO: Key additions: F Patrick Marleau (Sharks), D Ron Hainsey (Penguins), F Dominic Moore (Bruins)
Key Losses: D Matt Hunwick (Penguins), F Brian Boyle (Devils)
OUTLOOK: Overpaying for Patrick Marleau might be overshadowed by another top-five offensive season. In a favorable division for a return to the playoffs, they're locked and loaded with additional experience for a serious push.
PREVIEW
Leafs aim to even series vs. Bruins

TORONTO -- The Toronto Maple Leafs are a better team than shown by the results of the first two games of the first-round playoff series with the Boston Bruins.

They proved it Monday with a 4-2 victory at the Air Canada Centre in Game 3. They will have a chance Thursday night to even the series at two games each at the ACC.

"We knew we had to be better than we were in the first two games and we came into that game with more motivation, we came in more competitive," Toronto defenseman Morgan Rielly said Wednesday. "That's what we felt we had to do as a group. I think we all did that."

The Bruins won the first two games of the series 5-1 and 7-3 in Boston.

"We knew they were going to be better, and they were," Bruins defenseman Torey Krug said. "They were out there flying around and making some good plays and pushed us back on our heels. ... It felt like it was there for the taking, and it just slipped away. That stuff's going to happen sometimes."

Maple Leafs coach Mike Babcock felt the score of Game 2 was not a good indication of how his team played.

"I thought Game 1 we were no good, I thought Game 2 we were way better than the score indicated, to be honest with you," Babcock said. "I thought we started good in that game and it didn't go our way, it kind of came unraveled. I thought (Monday) we had a better push. Our goaltender (Frederik Andersen) kind of part way through the game really settled in and got playing the way he's capable of playing.

"That made a huge difference for us. Obviously, our fans and our building, we had last change, all those things."

Maple Leafs center Leo Komarov is expected to miss his second straight game Thursday after leaving Game 2 with a lower-body injury. That means center Dominic Moore likely will be in the lineup again.

The Bruins are impressed by the stretch passes used by the Maple Leafs.

"It's tough," Boston defenseman Charlie McAvoy said. "We've seen it a couple times this series where the D will jump in and next thing you know they're off to the races. They play that style where they just want to counter so fast with their speed. They want to use their speed at all times. So, you've really got to make sure you're counting five guys all the time and keeping them in front of you because they'll go for those stretches, those breakaways."

Said Babcock: "I just think that any time you can transition from defense to offense fast, you have a better chance to have success, for sure. In saying that, the Bruins have done a pretty good job against us and we haven't had as much success at that as we normally have. The other thing about it is, the harder you come back and defend quickly, the better chance you have to have success in that transition. We have to do a better job in that area if we're going to continue to have success."

The Bruins outshot the Maple Leafs 42-30 but their top line of Patrice Bergeron, Brad Marchand and David Pastrnak, so dominant in the first two games, did not get a point in Game 3.

"I don't think they'll be frustrated at all," Boston coach Bruce Cassidy. "They've been through -- Pasta not as much, the other two have been through -- a lot of playoffs. Sometimes it's going to go your way. Sometimes it's not. Pasta had a lot of good looks that he's going to finish. We saw it in the first two games. Clearly, it's going to give them motivation. It should. When you keep them off the scoresheet, it'll be talked about. At the end of the day, I don't think it'll bother them one bit."

Boston's No. 1 line accounted for 20 points in the first two games before it was blanked Monday.

"I think if you're those guys, what they're saying to themselves is they say, 'We're going to have a better night.' Right?" Babcock said. "They've shown over a period of time they have lots of good nights. Our job is to make sure they don't. The other thing that happened in the game is Freddie (Andersen) was real good. Not as much early, but really got his game going. If you look at Game 2, it wasn't that way. That's probably the biggest difference of anything."

Babcock expects the Bruins to bounce back with a strong effort.

"I think this will be the most competitive game so far in this series," he said. "Obviously, they're going to be ready to play. Any time you don't win, you want to bounce back hard. We expect their best game, for sure."


Last Updated: 10/20/2018 10:40:36 AM EST


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