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2020-02-06
Toronto Maple Leafs
New York Rangers
League : NHL

New York Rangers vs Toronto Maple Leafs Prediction & Preview

GAME SNAPSHOTWITH CURRENT LINE
#27 Toronto Maple Leafs
Maple Leafs -135
 
#28 N.Y. Rangers
Rangers 115
Wednesday, February 5, 2020 at 7:35pm
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GAME STATS
TORONTO MAPLE LEAFS
28 - 25
28-25
ATS
31-20
O/U
3
PPG
3
OPPG
 
N.Y. RANGERS
25 - 26
25-26
ATS
24-25
O/U
3
PPG
3
OPPG
 
 
Wednesday's NHL card features an Eastern Conference contest between the Toronto Maple Leafs and the New York Rangers. These two have split a pair of meetings already this season with the away team winning in both of those battles. The Maple Leafs fell to Florida while New York lost to Dallas last time these teams took the ice. The puck is set to drop approximately 7:30 PM ET from the Madison Square Garden for this showdown.
 

Maple Leafs Upset By Panthers

Toronto saw their winning streak end at three games as they lost to Florida at home 5-3 last contest. They currently sit in a tie for ninth in the NHL and sit two points behind Philadelphia for the eighth seed. The Maple Leafs boast a 24.49% power play percentage which is fourth in the league, however their short-handed unit is poor with a 22.82% penalty kill percentage which is 25th.
 
 
Toronto Maple Leafs
 
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Getting ready for the Rangers.@HennyTweets has today's Practice Report.
 
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Michael Hutchinson will be the goalie for the game. He owns a 4-8 record with one overtime loss as well. He has a 3.62 GAA and a poor 88.6% save percentage. Toronto is without wing Ilya Mikheyev who is on the injured reserve list and defender Morgan Rielly who is out for 8-10 weeks with a foot injury. Goalkeeper Frederik Andersen has also been downgraded to out for this showdown with New York due to a neck injury.
 
Line Change Coming For Rangers
New York has decided to make a change at goal after their 5-3 loss to Dallas last time out as Henrik Lundqvist has been pulled after his recent struggles. The team ranks 11th in the league offensively with 3.25 goals per game. The Rangers boast the 7th best power play percentage with 23.39% while their short-handed unit ranks 21st with a penalty kill percentage of only 21.55%.
 
 
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Shesterkin will start tomorrow vs. Toronto.
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Igor Shesterkin will be the man in the net for New York. He boasts a 3-1 record through four appearances. He also carries a 2.51 GAA and a nice 92.7% save percentage. Winger Chris Kreider is listed as questionable for Wednesday's contest with an upper body injury. The Rangers currently sit 12th in the Eastern Conference and are 11 points behind Philadelphia for the eighth seed.













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