Toronto Maple Leafs forwards John Tavares and Ondrej Kase are game-time decisions for tonight’s game in Philadelphia.
John Tavares is the Maple Leafs’ leading scorer this season, with 13 points (7 G, 6 A) in 13 games. Kase has just two points (1 G, 1 A) but has been a reliable checker and has earned more time on the penalty kill recently.
The Maple Leafs had already promoted Kirill Semyonov and Joey Anderson from the AHL when Petr Mrazek was placed on LTIR, so they might see their first NHL action of the season.
Defenceman Justin Holl is making his return to the Toronto lineup as well. He has been a healthy scratch for the past five games.
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CANADA HOCKEY NOW
Calgary: The Flames were stunned at home, losing 4-1 to the Sharks.
Vancouver: Five takeaways for Ducks 3, Canucks 2 in OT.
Montreal: Phillip Danault returned to Montreal with the L.A. Kings and left with an OT win.
Montreal: Carey Price revealed that he was dealing with substance abuse when he entered the assistance program.
Toronto: My five takeaways from Toronto’s 5-1 defeat vs. Los Angeles. Danault, Quick, and speed kills. (ToHN+)
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N.Y. Islanders: Leo Komarov is heading to the KHL, where he will play for SKA.
Pittsburgh: The Penguins settled a lawsuit with Jarrod and Erin Skalde.
Pittsburgh: Jeff Carter scored two goals to get the Penguins a point in Chicago.
Detroit: Five takeaways from the Red Wings handing the Oilers their second loss.
San Jose: Adin Hill was the difference in the Sharks’ win at Calgary.
Boston: The Bruins started slowly against Ottawa, but then they woke up.
Florida: Sasha Barkov is the Panthers’ all-time goal-scoring leader but the Cats were crushed by the Devils.
Vegas: The Golden Knights doubled up their expansion cousins, the Seattle Kraken, 4-2.
Anaheim: Ducks GM Bob Murray has been placed on administrative leave pending an investigation into workplace conduct.
Trade Talks: Goaltenders that could be moved this season. (ToHN+)
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