Boston vs Toronto by Sors

Boston won fourth straight game in the visit to Detroit on Thursday (3-2), but even though the Bruins are seventh in the Eastern Conference, their participation in the upcoming playoffs is still under big question, given the fact that the gap between Boston and the ninth team in the standings is only three point and the Bruins have tough visits to Washington, Florida and Tampa Bay in the last three games of the regular season.


The Bruins scored at least three goals in four of their last six games and now they’ll face an opponent, whose defense is among the weakest in the Eastern Conference.


Carl Soderberg is 2+4 in the last four games, David Pastrnak is 1+4, Milan Lucic is 3+1 and Ryan Spooner is 2+2.


The Maple Leafs were eliminated from the playoffs long ago and is obvious that everyone in this club want the season to finish as soon as possible, especially after those eight defeats in the last ten games (2-8-0).


The Maple Leafs conceded four or more goals in seven of their last ten games and at least four goals in eight of the previous ten visits.At the same time, the guests scored at least three goals in every of their last three games against Ottawa (4-3 OT), Tampa Bay (3-1) and Buffalo (3-4).


Tuuka Rask (goalie / 63 with a 2.30 GAA), who will start for the Bruins, is 1-1-1 with a 3.24 GAA in his previous three starts against Toronto this season, while the Maple Leafs will count on James Reimer (goalie / 25 with a 3.15 GAA).


Dougie Hamilton (d / 72 - 10+32) and Torey Krug (d / 74 – 12+25) are out for Boston, while the guests will be without Stephane Robidas (d / 52 – 1+6), Roman Polak (d / 56 – 5+4) and Peter Holland (c / 59 – 11+12).


Tip Bookmaker Odds * Stake Result
over 5.50 Pinnacle 2.11 8 2-1 LOST (-8 units)
* Odds as of post published time and are subject to change.
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