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Eastern Atlantic Standings

Team W-L-OTL Pts
52-24-6 110
47-20-15 109
46-26-10 102
45-29-8 98
41-32-9 91
39-37-6 84
37-41-4 78
30-36-16 76

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  • Maple Leafs' William Nylander: Possible for Game 3

    Nylander (undisclosed) is a possibility for Game 3 against Boston on Wednesday, Mark Masters of TSN reports.

    Coach Sheldon Keefe was unable to provide a more substantial update Tuesday because it was a travel day for the Maple Leafs. Nylander missed both of Toronto's contests in Boston to begin the playoffs because of an undisclosed injury. Still, it wouldn't be surprising if the 27-year-old forward was a game-time decision for a third straight outing. Nylander produced 40 goals and a career-high 98 points in 82 outings during the 2023-24 regular season.

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  • Maple Leafs' Ilya Lyubushkin: Records apple

    Lyubushkin recorded an assist in Monday's 3-2 win over Boston.

    Lyubushkin's secondary assist came late in the third period when Auston Matthews scored on a breakaway to put the Leafs up 3-2. The 30-year-old Lyubushkin was on the ice for two of the Maple Leafs' three goals and logged 13:40 of ice time. He will likely skate on the first defensive pairing with Morgan Rielly during Game 3 on Wednesday.

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  • Maple Leafs' John Tavares: Power-play tally in Game 2 win

    Tavares scored a goal on two shots in Monday's 3-2 victory over the Bruins.

    Tavares tied the game 2-2 on the man advantage late in the second period, beating Linus Ullmark with a turnaround wrister for his first goal of the playoffs. The 33-year-old Tavares finished the regular season with at least one goal in each of his final four contests. He tallied 29 goals and 65 points across 80 outings this year.

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  • Maple Leafs' Tyler Bertuzzi: Notches assist in Game 2 win

    Bertuzzi emerged with a power-play assist in Monday's 3-2 win over the Bruins for Game 2 of the conference quarterfinals.

    Bertuzzi, who was with Boston this time last year, nearly had a two-point night, but what initially appeared to be a power-play tally from the winger ended up getting overturned since he knocked the puck with a high stick during the play. Still, in a matter of minutes, he found John Tavares with a primary apple on the man advantage for the game-tying goal. Bertuzzi's fiery playing style works well in a playoff setting, but it will be important for him to stay aggressive without losing his cool and getting whistled for costly penalties.

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  • Maple Leafs' Max Domi: Goal, assist in Game 2 victory

    Domi tallied a goal and an assist in Monday's 3-2 win over the Bruins in Game 2.

    Domi got the Maple Leafs on the board midway through the first period, swiping a loose puck past Linus Ullmark to tie the game 1-1, before adding a second point with an assist on Auston Matthews' game-winning goal in the third. The 29-year-old Domi had a strong finish to the regular season, tallying 15 points (two goals, 13 assists) in his final 17 contests while skating alongside Matthews on Toronto's top line.

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  • Maple Leafs' Ilya Samsonov: Earns win to even series

    Samsonov stopped 27 of 29 shots in Monday's 3-2 victory over the Bruins in Game 2.

    It was a much-needed rebound effort from Samsonov after the 27-year-old netminder allowed four goals in Saturday's Game 1 loss. Samsonov had an up-and-down regular season, ultimately finishing 23-7-8 despite an .890 save percentage and 3.13 GAA. He figures to be back between the pipes Wednesday when the Leafs return home for Game 3.

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  • Maple Leafs' Auston Matthews: Three points in Game 2

    Matthews tallied a goal and added two assists in Monday's 3-2 win over the Bruins in Game 2.

    Matthews assisted on Max Domi's goal midway through the first period before adding a second helper on John Tavares' power-play marker in the second. Matthews would then tally the eventual game-winner in the third, beating Linus Ullmark on a breakaway to put Toronto ahead 3-2 and even the series 1-1. It's an encouraging effort from Matthews and for the Leafs after the 26-year-old center was held off the scoresheet in Game 1. Matthews posted a league-high 69 goals and 107 points in 81 regular-season games.

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  • Maple Leafs' William Nylander: Out Monday

    Nylander (undisclosed) will not suit up for Game 2 against the Bruins on Monday, Elliotte Friedman of Sportsnet reports.

    Nylander was a game-time call, so he at least appears to be close to returning. He dressed in all 82 games during the regular season, racking up 40 goals and a career-high 98 points. Barring a setback, he should have a decent shot at getting back in the lineup for Game 3 on Wednesday.

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  • Maple Leafs' Bobby McMann: Still not skating

    McMann (lower body) was not on the ice ahead of Monday's Game 2 versus Boston, David Alter of The Hockey News reports.

    McMann is poised to miss his fourth consecutive contest due to his lower-body injury. Prior to his absence, the 27-year-old center was struggling to produce with just one point in his last eight appearances. Whenever McMann is cleared to play, he figures to take on a middle-six role, though he has occasionally linked up with Auston Matthews on the first line. Until the team provides an update, McMann should probably be considered out indefinitely.

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  • Maple Leafs' Ilya Samsonov: Starting Game 2

    Samsonov is slated to guard the road goal during Monday's Game 2 versus the Bruins, David Alter of The Hockey News reports.

    Samsonov struggled in Saturday's Game 1, surrendering four goals on only 23 shots en route to a 5-1 defeat. He'll try to shake off that poor performance and help the Maple Leafs even the series at one game apiece Monday.

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  • Maple Leafs' William Nylander: Officially game-time call

    Nylander (undisclosed) will be a game-time decision against the Bruins for Game 2 on Monday. Head coach Sheldon Keefe told reporters, "We'll see how he feels here the rest of the day here and make a decision," Chris Johnston of The Athletic reports.

    Nylander stayed out on the ice late with the other scratches and didn't take line rushes during the game-day skate, so it certainly doesn't seem like he will be returning to action. Whenever the winger dis ready to play again, he will be looking to end his current 11-game goal drought.

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  • Maple Leafs' Ryan Reaves: Provides assist Saturday

    Reaves notched an assist, two shots on goal and two hits in Saturday's 5-1 loss to the Bruins in Game 1.

    Reaves had a goal in the regular-season finale and now has points in back-to-back contests for the first time since March of 2023. The 37-year-old winger produced just six points with 165 hits and 49 PIM over 49 regular-season appearances. He'll be on the fourth line when in the lineup, and his offensive contributions are likely to be limited.

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  • Maple Leafs' Connor Dewar: Snags helper in loss

    Dewar recorded an assist and two shots on goal in Saturday's 5-1 loss to the Bruins in Game 1.

    Dewar set up David Kampf as the Maple Leafs' fourth line was the only group to solve Jeremy Swayman. With four helpers over his last four outings, Dewar appears to be settling in with his new team. The 24-year-old forward had 19 points over 74 appearances in the regular season, adding 77 shots on net, 123 hits and a minus-8 rating in a fourth-line role between Toronto and Minnesota.

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  • Maple Leafs' David Kampf: Lone goal in loss

    Kampf scored a goal on two shots in Saturday's 5-1 loss to the Bruins in Game 1.

    Kampf had the Maple Leafs' lone tally in the third, but it was too late to turn things around for the team. The 29-year-old forward had 19 points in 78 regular-season appearances, his least productive of three campaigns since he joined Toronto. He'll likely remain on the fourth line for now, though he could lose his place in the lineup once Bobby McMann (lower body) or William Nylander (undisclosed) are able to play.

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  • Maple Leafs' Ilya Samsonov: Poor showing in Game 1

    Samsonov allowed four goals on 23 shots in Saturday's 5-1 loss to the Bruins in Game 1. The fifth goal was an empty-netter.

    Samsonov took his third straight loss, and he's allowed a total of 15 goals in that span. Prior to that, he won five outings in a row. Samsonov was effective with a 23-7-8 record this season, but his 3.13 GAA and .890 save percentage leave plenty to be desired. If head coach Sheldon Keefe mixes things up between the pipes, Joseph Woll appears to be next in line.

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  • Maple Leafs' Bobby McMann: Out Saturday

    McMann (lower body) will miss Game 1 against Boston on Saturday, per Lance Hornby of The Toronto Sun.

    McMann was also absent from the final two contests of the regular season due to the injury. He finished the 2023-24 campaign with 15 goals, 24 points, 52 PIM and 117 hits across 56 outings. Although the Leafs will be without McMann, Calle Jarnkrok (hand) was activated off long-term injured reserve and will play versus the Bruins in his first appearance since March 14.

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Team Statistical Rankings

GF AVG GA AVG Power Play
Team 3.58 3.14 24.0

Injuries

Player Injury
W. Nylander RW William Nylander RW Undisclosed
J. Klingberg D John Klingberg D Hip
B. McMann C Bobby McMann C Lower Body
J. Muzzin D Jake Muzzin D Neck
M. Murray G Matt Murray G Hip

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