Toronto 46-28 | 23-12-6 away
vs Boston 49-24 | 29-9-3 home
Friday 7:00pm ET

Toronto vs Boston Predictions

Fri, Apr 19, 7:00pm ET at TD Garden

Consensus Picks

Computer BOS -135 u/6
*Community BOS -145 61% u/6 50%

*Consensus from 845 predictions.

3.494thGoals Scored3.1311th
3.0420thGoals Allowed 2.59Tied-3rd
21.88thPower Play %25.93rd
79.918thPenalty Kill %79.916th
4th OFFENSE 12th
4th Shots 10th
7th Power Play % 3rd
19th DEFENSE 4th
27th Shots 8th
24th Power Play % 20th
2018-19 Atlantic Division Standings
Tampa Bay 62 16 4 128
Boston 49 24 9 107
Toronto 46 28 8 100
Montreal 44 30 8 96
Florida 36 32 14 86
Buffalo 33 39 10 76
Detroit 32 40 10 74
Ottawa 29 47 6 64
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  • @MikeHuff • 4m

    This is two evenly matched teams but the spread does not indicate that. Vegas is begging you to take Toronto but do you go the the way and take Boston -1.5 or is this flawed logic?

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  • @Hitman • 4m

    As a Leafs fan, I really hope Im wrong here, but it almost seems like Boston has flipped the switch and figured out the way to beat Toronto. The Leafs have a hard time handling the rough bump and go style of play as Torontos offense is largely based around speed and finesse, and Toronto has had a hard time in this series rebounding after getting punched in the mouth. Toronto battled back a couple of times in game four, but after coming so close and falling short, sometimes that takes a toll on a teams psyche. The Bruins regained home ice with the win and I think they wont let it slip again, so Ill side with Boston to take game five on Friday

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  • @rotowire • 4m

    Toronto vs Boston injuries and projected lineup.

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  • @OddsShark • 4m

    Betting Prediction for Toronto Maple Leafs vs Boston Bruins on April 19, 2019, 7:00 PM ET

     Toronto Maple Leafs vs Boston Bruins on 2019-04-19 added by OddsShark

    Free Betting Prediction: Boston will WIN and the Total will Push .

    The stakes and pressure keep growing after each game of the first round series between the Toronto Maple Leafs and Boston Bruins and with Game 5 tonight, all eyes will be on the Leafs to see how they respond to their Game 4 loss. The Leafs drew first blood with a Game 1 win in Boston but have not been historically good at TD Garden with losses in seven of their last nine trips to Bean Town.The Bruins opened as -140 favorites with a total of 6. Original matchup:

  • @NHLBruins • 4m

    Bruins Daily: Bruins and Maple Leafs as advertised through four games


    Neither the Bruins or Maple Leafs thought this first round series would be easy heading into their second straight postseason showdown. They were right.

    The Original Six rivals head into Friday's Game 5 tied at two games apiece. They haven't disappointed their loyal supporters with their performances either.

    Tuukka Rask and Frederik Andersen have made timely saves between the pipes. Auston Matthews, Mitch Marner, David Pastrnak and Brad Marchand had their shining moments with dazzling offensive performances. Charlie McAvoy, Zdeno Chara, Morgan Reilly, Nikita Zaitsev and Jake Muzzin had stellar moments patrolling the respective Boston and Toronto blue-lines.

  • MLHS: Game #4 Review: Boston Bruins 6 vs. Toronto Maple Leafs 4


    Your game in ten:

    1. This game was lost in the details for the Leafs. Their energy wasn't the issue, and they generated enough quality scoring chances and possessed the puck enough to win the hockey game. For extended spells, they made the game uncomfortable on the Bruins and taxed their defense with their speed through the neutral zone and on the forecheck. It looked like they were going to take over the game numerous times -- they were skating the Bruins into the ground at various points -- only for a mistake to end up in the back of their net.

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