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NHL : ATS Matchup
Monday 10/15/2018Line$ LineOU LineScore



LOS ANGELES (2-2-0-1, 5 pts.) at TORONTO (5-1-0-0, 10 pts.)
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Monday, 10/15/2018 7:35 PM
Board OpeningLatest
55LOS ANGELES+190Ov 6,-120+150Ov 6,-125
56TORONTO-230Un 6,+100-170Un 6,+105
LOS ANGELES - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games2-3-0-1.52-3-1.51-
Team Stats (Road Games)1-2-0-1.51-2-1.50-21.727.72.333.7
Last 5 Games2-3-0-1.52-3-1.51-
LOS ANGELES Team Statistics
 Scoring    Shots On GoalPower Plays 
Team Stats (All Games)511443011298.5%1800.0%19
Team Stats (Road Games)3531100836.0%1000.0%10
Team Stats (Last 5 Games)511443011298.5%1800.0%19
Stats Against (All Games) 12632101727.0%15426.7%24
Stats Against (Road Games) 7421001016.9%8225.0%14
Stats Against (Last 5 Games) 12632101727.0%15426.7%24
LOS ANGELES - Goalie Statistics
 Goalie StatisticsTeam's record in starts
PETER BUDAJ (All Games)10111090.9%00-000-0-000-0
PETER BUDAJ (Road Games)10111090.9%00-000-0-000-0
PETER BUDAJ(vs. Non-Conference)10111090.9%00-000-0-000-0
JACK CAMPBELL (All Games)4412812093.7%02-2-0.52-2-001-2
JACK CAMPBELL (Road Games)33908493.3%01-2-1.51-2-0-20-2
JACK CAMPBELL(vs. Non-Conference)33898393.3%02-1+0.52-1-001-1
JACK CAMPBELL (Last 4 Games)4412812093.7%02-2-0.52-2-001-2
JONATHAN QUICK (All Games)11333090.9%00-1-10-1-0-10-1
JONATHAN QUICK (Road Games)00000.0%00-000-0-000-0
JONATHAN QUICK(vs. Non-Conference)00000.0%00-000-0-000-0
JONATHAN QUICK (Last 4 Games)11333090.9%00-1-10-1-0-10-1

TORONTO - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games5-1-0+2.15-1+2.14-24.831.73.730.2
Team Stats (Home Games)1-1-0-1.91-1-1.91-
Last 5 Games4-1-0+1.14-1+1.14-
TORONTO Team Statistics
 Scoring    Shots On GoalPower Plays 
Team Stats (All Games)62961382219015.3%17847.1%53
Team Stats (Home Games)2614010639.5%5240.0%12
Team Stats (Last 5 Games)52651281216415.9%14750.0%47
Stats Against (All Games) 227780118112.2%16318.7%42
Stats Against (Home Games) 7232016011.7%6116.7%12
Stats Against (Last 5 Games) 206680114513.8%12216.7%38
TORONTO - Goalie Statistics
 Goalie StatisticsTeam's record in starts
FREDERIK ANDERSEN (All Games)5514913489.9%04-1+1.14-1-0+13-2
FREDERIK ANDERSEN (Home Games)22595389.8%01-1-1.91-1-0-21-1
FREDERIK ANDERSEN(vs. Non-Conference)11343088.2%01-0+11-0-0+11-0
FREDERIK ANDERSEN (Last 4 Games)4411310088.5%03-1+0.13-1-003-1
GARRET SPARKS (All Games)11312580.6%01-0+11-0-0+11-0
GARRET SPARKS (Home Games)00000.0%00-000-0-000-0
GARRET SPARKS(vs. Non-Conference)11312580.6%01-0+11-0-0+11-0
GARRET SPARKS (Last 4 Games)11312580.6%01-0+11-0-0+11-0
Average power rating of opponents played: LOS ANGELES 2.78,  TORONTO 2.88
LOS ANGELES - Schedule
10/5/2018SAN JOSE2-3L0, +105L5.5 unU
10/7/2018DETROIT4-2W0, -200W5.5 unO
10/9/2018at WINNIPEG1-2L0, +170L6 unU
10/11/2018at MONTREAL3-0W0, -110W5.5 unU
10/13/2018at OTTAWA1-5L0, -150L6 unP
10/15/2018at TORONTO 
10/18/2018NY ISLANDERS 
10/23/2018at DALLAS 
10/25/2018at MINNESOTA 

TORONTO - Schedule
10/3/2018MONTREAL3-2W0, -250W6 ovU
10/6/2018OTTAWA3-5L0, -290L6 ovO
10/7/2018at CHICAGO7-6W0, -145W6.5 evO
10/9/2018at DALLAS7-4W0, +100W6.5 unO
10/11/2018at DETROIT5-3W0, -170W6.5 unO
10/13/2018at WASHINGTON4-2W0, -105W6.5 ovU
10/15/2018LOS ANGELES 
10/20/2018ST LOUIS 
10/24/2018at WINNIPEG 
LOS ANGELES: LAST SEASON: 45-29-8, 98 points. Fourth place Pacific Division.
LOST to Vegas Golden Knights in first round.
COACH: John Stevens (second season, sixth NHL season).
ADDED: LW Ilya Kovalchuk
LOST: D Christian Folin, D Kevin Gravel, RW Tobias Rieder, D Jordan Subban, G Scott Wedgewood
PLAYER TO WATCH: Anze Kopitar. The center and Kings captain had a 40-point improvement last season, going from 52 points to a career-high 92 and finishing third in voting for the league MVP. He should be part of a formidable line with the addition of Kovalchuk ' who returns to the NHL after five seasons playing professionally in Russia ' and Dustin Brown.
OUTLOOK: The Kings have not advanced past the first round of the playoffs since winning the Stanley Cup in 2014 and could be hard-pressed to advance this season. They have one of the oldest rosters in the league with nine players who are 30 or older. They also remain challenged to find consistent goal scorers beyond the first line.
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.
Matthews-led Leafs open homestand vs. Kings

TORONTO -- When Auston Matthews scored late in the third period Saturday night in the 4-2 victory over the Washington Capitals, the Toronto Maple Leafs center joined some elite company.

In scoring Toronto's final goal of the season, Matthews notched his league-leading 10th after six games.

He is the fifth player in the modern era (since 1943-44) to reach at least 10 goals in his team's first 20 games of the season. The others were Bobby Hull, 1965-66 (Chicago Blackhawks), Mike Bossy, 1984-85 (New York Islanders), Dino Ciccarelli, 1986-87 (Minnesota North Stars) and Mario Lemieux, 1988-89 (Pittsburgh Penguins).

The Maple Leafs (5-1-0) won all four games on their road trip and will open a three-game homestand Monday night with a game against the Los Angeles Kings (2-2-1), who lost 5-1 to the Ottawa Senators on Saturday.

Another important aspect for the Maple Leafs in their win over last season's Stanley Cup champions was that they had scoring from players like Josh Leivo (first of the season) and Par Lindholm (first of his NHL career) and Kasperi Kapanen (second of the season).

"I think you have to have that," Maple Leafs coach Mike Babcock said. "Obviously, it's great that our big guys got off to a good start because I think having them feeling good is so important. In saying that, part of the reason we're going to have success is we have real good depth."

The Kings, meanwhile, will be trying to return to the standard of Thursday when Jack Campbell stopped 40 shots to earn his first career NHL shutout in a 3-0 victory over the Canadiens in Montreal.

Jeff Carter had a goal and two assists in that game, his first points of the season.

It was different in Ottawa. The defense broke down and the power play continued to sputter.

"We've definitely got to clean some things up," center Trevor Lewis, who scored the Kings' goal on Saturday, told the Los Angeles Times. "I think first and foremost it starts with our compete, right off the bat. We've got a good veteran group, so we'll be better."

Campbell allowed four goals on 11 shots before being replaced by Peter Budaj against the Senators.

"We've got to do a lot better job of not making (Campbell) face those types of quality chances, especially on the road in a big game," Kings coach John Stevens said. "You regroup and you go again. I didn't like the way those goals were scored. The pucks that we turned over that end up in the back of the net -- we had bodies around our net that had position on us, and we had pucks on top that got through to the net. Those are all, to me, mental things that you can make a difference in if manage them in the right place."

The Kings' power play remains 0-for-18 for the season despite adding Ilya Kovalchuk.

"I thought we got some momentum, but you've got to score goals," Kings center Anze Kopitar said. "But I think we took a step in the right direction."

There is not much wrong with Toronto's power play, which is 8-for-17 on the season. Maple Leafs defenseman Morgan Rielly has six assists in man-advantage situations.

Rielly earned his 10th assist overall of the season Saturday on Matthews' third-period goal. Rielly also has three goals and has had at least one point in six consecutive games. He is the third defenseman in NHL history to record at least 13 points in his team's first six games of the season. The others were Harry Cameron with the 1917-18 Toronto Arenas (nine goals and six assists) and Paul Reinhart of the 1989-90 Vancouver Canucks (five goals, nine assists).

The Maple Leafs will try to keep their early-season success going, but also know that the Kings will be determined to make up for their loss Saturday.

"Obviously, L.A. will be ready to go, and we'll have to get prepared," Babcock said after the game in Washington. "We feel good, we'll feel good on the way home and it's nice to have an off-day (Sunday) after a win, but we've got to get back at 'er."

Last Updated: 4/22/2019 1:11:34 PM EST

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