Toronto Maple Leafs vs. Ottawa Senators (Game Number 30): Live Thread

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Who: Ottawa Senators (11-14-4) at Toronto Maple Leafs (1511-3)

Where: Canadian Tire Centre

When: 7:00 PM ET

Where to watch: CBC – Hockey Night In Canada

Enemy blog: SensShot

Lineups (via Daily Faceoff):

MAPLE LEAFS

Forwards

James van Riemsdyk – Nazem Kadri – Phil Kessel

Mason Raymond – Peter Holland – David Clarkson

Carter Ashton – Trevor Smith – Nikolai Kulemin

Frazer McLaren – Jay McClement – Jerry D’Amigo

Defense

Dion Phaneuf – Carl Gunnarsson

Mark Fraser – Cody Franson

Paul Ranger – Jake Gardiner

Goalies

Jonathan Bernier

James Reimer

SENATORS 

Forwards

Clarke MacArthurJason SpezzaErik Condra

Mike HoffmanKyle TurrisBobby Ryan

Cory ConacherMika ZibanejadMilan Michalek

Colin GreeningZack SmithChris Neil

Defense 

Marc MethotErik Karlsson

Chris PhillipsJoe Corvo

Jared CowenPatrick Wiercioch

Goalies 

Craig Anderson

Robin Lehner

  • Reimer will start for the Leafs, while Anderson will get the nod for Ottawa.
  • The Leafs placed Tyler Bozak and Colton Orr on the Injured Reserve Thursday, so they won’t be available to play tonight. Joffrey Lupul and Dave Bolland are also on the IR and won’t play.
  • Tonight’s game marks the second of four between the two Ontario rivals. The Leafs won the first game 5-4 in the shootout on October 5th (Leafs home opener).
  • Comment below to take part in our game thread.

Tim Bayer put together tonight’s game preview, you can read that here.

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Topics: Colton Orr, Craig Anderson, James Reimer, Toronto Maple Leafs, Tyler Bozak

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  • Tim Bayer

    Shootout taker predictions? Kadri, Kessel, Raymond.

  • Tim Bayer

    JAYVEEARRRRRRRRRRRRRRR

  • Jeffrey Langridge

    Definitely the best two players for the shootout. Leafs Win.

  • Tim Bayer

    Shootouts are fun sometimes

    • Jeffrey Langridge

      At least this year, last year was horrible.