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Friday 11/9/2018Line$ LineOU LineScore



NEW JERSEY (6-6-0-1, 13 pts.) at TORONTO (10-5-0-0, 20 pts.)
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Friday, 11/9/2018 7:05 PM
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NEW JERSEY - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games6-7-0-1.96-7-1.97-
Team Stats (Road Games)1-5-0-4.41-5-4.44-12.732.04.734.5
Last 5 Games1-4-0-3.41-4-3.43-12.834.24.637.2
NEW JERSEY Team Statistics
 Scoring    Shots On GoalPower Plays 
Team Stats (All Games)13421514130141710.1%531426.4%74
Team Stats (Road Games)616745001928.3%21733.3%31
Team Stats (Last 5 Games)514644001718.2%18527.8%27
Stats Against (All Games) 431012201641710.3%521019.2%77
Stats Against (Road Games) 2887130520713.5%24729.2%49
Stats Against (Last 5 Games) 2376100318612.4%19631.6%40
NEW JERSEY - Goalie Statistics
 Goalie StatisticsTeam's record in starts
MACKENZIE BLACKWOOD (All Games)00000.0%00-000-0-000-0
MACKENZIE BLACKWOOD (Road Games)00000.0%00-000-0-000-0
KEITH KINKAID (All Games)121135332491.8%36-5+0.96-5-0+25-5
KEITH KINKAID (Road Games)5414412989.6%11-3-1.61-3-0-22-1
KEITH KINKAID (Last 4 Games)4312511390.4%11-2-0.61-2-001-1
EDDIE LACK (All Games)00000.0%00-000-0-000-0
EDDIE LACK (Road Games)00000.0%00-000-0-000-0
CORY SCHNEIDER (All Games)32585086.2%00-2-2.80-2-0-22-0
CORY SCHNEIDER (Road Games)32585086.2%00-2-2.80-2-0-22-0
CORY SCHNEIDER (Last 4 Games)32585086.2%00-2-2.80-2-0-22-0

TORONTO - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games10-5-0+1.410-5+1.44-113.430.52.730.9
Team Stats (Home Games)4-5-0-54-5-51-
Last 5 Games3-2-0+0.23-2+0.20-52.628.41.629.0
TORONTO Team Statistics
 Scoring    Shots On GoalPower Plays 
Team Stats (All Games)15511119192345711.2%401230.0%88
Team Stats (Home Games)919468112587.4%24520.8%34
Team Stats (Last 5 Games)513238011429.2%15320.0%21
Stats Against (All Games) 4091417054638.6%43716.3%70
Stats Against (Home Games) 234109052718.5%25416.0%36
Stats Against (Last 5 Games) 8134011455.5%15213.3%12
TORONTO - Goalie Statistics
 Goalie StatisticsTeam's record in starts
FREDERIK ANDERSEN (All Games)131339436692.9%08-5-0.78-5-0-23-10
FREDERIK ANDERSEN (Home Games)8823321692.7%03-5-63-5-0-71-7
FREDERIK ANDERSEN (Last 4 Games)4412011595.8%02-2-0.82-2-0-20-4
GARRET SPARKS (All Games)22655889.2%02-0+22-0-0+21-1
GARRET SPARKS (Home Games)11343397.1%01-0+11-0-0+10-1
GARRET SPARKS (Last 4 Games)22655889.2%02-0+22-0-0+21-1
Average power rating of opponents played: NEW JERSEY 3.36,  TORONTO 3.03
NEW JERSEY - Schedule
10/14/2018SAN JOSE3-2W0, -105W6 unU
10/16/2018DALLAS3-0W0, -140W6 ovU
10/18/2018COLORADO3-5L0, -145L6 unO
10/20/2018at PHILADELPHIA2-5L0, +100L6 ovO
10/25/2018NASHVILLE3-4L0, +100L5.5 ovO
10/27/2018FLORIDA3-2W0, -120W6 ovU
10/30/2018at TAMPA BAY3-8L0, +145L5.5 ovO
11/1/2018at DETROIT3-4L0, -145L6 unO
11/3/2018at NY ISLANDERS0-3L0, -115L6 unU
11/5/2018at PITTSBURGH5-1W0, +150W6 evP
11/6/2018at OTTAWA3-7L0, -135L6 ovO
11/9/2018at TORONTO 
11/11/2018at WINNIPEG 
11/15/2018at PHILADELPHIA 
11/18/2018at CAROLINA 

TORONTO - Schedule
10/13/2018at WASHINGTON4-2W0, -105W6.5 ovU
10/15/2018LOS ANGELES4-1W0, -175W6 ovU
10/18/2018PITTSBURGH0-3L0, -150L6.5 ovU
10/20/2018ST LOUIS1-4L0, -155L6 ovU
10/24/2018at WINNIPEG4-2W0, +115W6.5 ovU
10/27/2018WINNIPEG3-2W0, -140W6.5 unU
10/29/2018CALGARY1-3L0, -155L6.5 unU
11/1/2018DALLAS1-2L0, -150L6 ovU
11/3/2018at PITTSBURGH5-0W0, +120W6.5 ovU
11/6/2018VEGAS3-1W0, -130W5.5 ovU
11/9/2018NEW JERSEY 
11/10/2018at BOSTON 
11/13/2018at LOS ANGELES 
11/15/2018at SAN JOSE 
11/16/2018at ANAHEIM 
COACH: John Hynes (fourth season).
ADDED: D Eric Gryba, D Egor Yakovlev.
LOST: F Patrick Maroon, D John Moore, F Brian Gibbons, F Michael Grabner, F Jimmy Hayes.
PLAYER TO WATCH: Taylor Hall. Won NHL MVP in breakout season. Had team highs of 39 goals, 54 assists and 93 points, 41 points more than closest teammate. Led Devils to playoffs for first time since 2011-12. Developed great chemistry with No. 1 overall draft pick Nico Hischier.
ADDED two goals and four assists in playoffs. Had offseason surgery on torn ligaments in left hand. Needs to be just as good.
OUTLOOK: Devils didn't change much. They believe there is a good mixture of rising stars in Hall and Hischier and solid role players in Marcus Johansson, Kyle Palmieri and Miles Wood. The question remains the defense and goaltending. Keith Kinkaid replaced Cory Schneider as No. 1 in second half of season but struggled in postseason. Hip may keep Schneider out for start of season. Andy Greene and Sami Vatanen are top defenders. Will Butcher needs to repeat surprising rookie season. Youngsters John Quenneville and Nick Lappin may make the jump from AHL.
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.
Devils-Maple Leafs Preview

TORONT0 -- The Toronto Maple Leafs gave indications that they are learning how to win at home while the New Jersey Devils have yet to get their act together on the road.

After losing four of their previous home games, the Maple Leafs (10-5-0) defeated the visiting Vegas Golden Knights on Tuesday night and their record at Scotiabank Arena stands at 4-5-0.

The Devils (6-6-1), after thumping the Pittsburgh Penguins 5-1 Monday for their first away win of the season, were trounced 7-3 by the Ottawa Senators om Tuesday and are 1-5-0 on the road.

Despite the win over Vegas, Maple Leafs coach Mike Babcock was not totally convinced.

"I thought we started real good the first 10 minutes and then I thought we got fooling around with the puck and they showed us how fast they were," Babcock said. "I thought they really dominated the second period. We were lucky to get out of the second. I didn't mind our third. In the end, when you look at this game, it's kind of like when Pittsburgh left here with the points or Dallas left here with the points. You thought you had done enough to win, and you didn't. Tonight, the shoe is on the other foot and we'll take 'er and maybe we can loosen up at home a little bit and play."

The Devils will be playing the sixth game of a seven-game trip Friday in Toronto during the Hall of Fame weekend festivities.

They lost in Ottawa despite taking a 2-0 lead at the 11:20 mark of the first period.

"Those first 10 minutes we got rewarded for what we wanted to do," Devils defenseman Andy Greene said. "We were playing with speed, we were playing a north-south game and we were getting rewarded. You'd think it would be easier that way to just stick with it. All of a sudden we were moving east-west, we stopped moving our feet and that seems to be the problem."

The Devils have been searching for consistency. They have not won two in a row since opening the season with four straight wins. They could have some help soon in the return of injured players.

Jesper Bratt (jaw fracture), Steven Santini (jaw fracture) and Stefan Noesen (upper body) are still on injured reserve but practiced with the team Thursday in Toronto.

Bratt, who has yet to play in the regular season, appears closest to a return and it could happen on Friday or Sunday when the trip ends against the Winnipeg Jets.

"It is a possibility," Devils coach John Hynes said. "He's really done a good job. His recovery's gone well, we've pushed him really hard, so physically he's in shape and ready to go. Hopefully he gets cleared here and hopefully he's back before the end of the trip."

The left winger had 13 goals and 22 assists as a rookie last season. Goaltender Eddie Lack was put on waivers Thursday and that would clear a roster spot for a return of Brett or possibly Noesen, who was injured Oct. 30.

The Devils will be facing a hot goaltender in Toronto's Frederik Andersen, who has allowed one goal in his past two games. He stopped 36 shots against Vegas and has made at least 30 saves in six of his eight win this season.

"I, personally, feel good," Andersen said. "We're keeping (opposing players) a little bit more to the outside, which is helping me out, seeing the puck better and clearing the shooting lanes. It's not so many times I have to fight through traffic and, obviously, that makes my job easier."

"It seems like he's got no pressure on him," said Toronto right winger Mitch Marner, who scored a goal Tuesday. "He just goes out there and has fun with it. He's a pretty quiet guy but this year he's opened up a lot. He jokes around a lot. ...When he gets to the rink, he's a very serious guy. He really focuses and gets ready for the games."

Last Updated: 7/13/2020 4:09:07 PM EST

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