Toronto vs Boston Predictions
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Stanley Cup of Chowder: RECAP: Bruins bounce back, take down Toronto Maple Leafs 5-1 on Pastrnak's back
OK, let's be honest: every Bruins fan was hoping to get retribution against the last opponent in the B's playoff victory history? RIGHT?!?
Sure, it was still a regular season game. With piles of injuries and Tuukka's leave, this team needed to congeal a little bit. Yesterday's game was a step in the right direction.
A very quiet start for Boston, with Toronto getting the first bajillion shots on goal. The crowd, too, was disconnected - and, as the Globe's Kevin Paul Dupont noted on Twitter, fans gave semi-sarcastic cheers after each save by both goalies, cheering (mocking?
MLHS: Mike Babcock Post Game, Bruins 5 vs. Leafs 1: "We didn't get it done when we had all of those opportunities early"
On the team's good start going for naught:
We didn't score, and then they came out and did. They got energy. Obviously, the rest is history. It is an unfortunate thing. We didn't get it done when we had all of those opportunities early. In the end, we end up chasing the game.
On what changed in the second period:
They scored. That's what I think I just said. Like I said, we were all over them. They get through the first period and nothing has happened, though. I thought we came out and started and they scored.
Stanley Cup of Chowder: Public Skate: Bruins host Maple Leafs
The Bruins host the Toronto Maple Leafs for the first game of a back-to-back home weekend, looking for a rebound performance after Thursday's loss to the Canucks.
Dan Vladar is with the big club, and is likely to stay until Rask's leave of absence is over; we hope that Tuukka can deal with whatever might be going on away from the rink and return in good spirits.
Let's see how the Bruins play in support of their goalie - both the one in net, and the one away from the team.
Consensus betting prediction from the Covers.com community:
Toronto Maple Leafs (59% consensus). The Boston Bruins hope to cool down the red-hot Toronto Maple Leafs when they continue a four-game homestand on Saturday, but they'll have to do it without their top goaltender. Tuukka Rask was granted a leave of absence on Friday to tend to a personal matter and will be away from the team indefinitely... http://bit.ly/2B4eF7V
Stanley Cup of Chowder: Complete Coverage: Toronto Maple Leafs at Boston Bruins, 11/10
After a drubbing at the hands of the Canucks, of COURSE we draw our 2018 Playoffs matchup. Different teams, sure, but not by enough to make the sting of their first-round loss to Boston any less.
Check back here for updates throughout the day as we get closer to puck drop, and don't forget to find us on Twitter during the game!
Toronto Maple Leafs (11-5-0) take on the Boston Bruins (8-5-2) on November 10, 2018, 7:00 PM ET at the TD Garden
Maple Leafs+135 and Bruins-145. Over/Under: 6.
Toronto is ranked #3 in offense and #4 in defense while Boston is ranked #22 offensively and #5 defensively.
ATS Betting Trends:
Toronto Maple Leafs is 6-4 (5-5 ATS) and Boston Bruins is 4-4-2 (4-6 ATS). The over / under for Toronto the past 10 games is 1-9 while Boston Bruins o/u is 2-8.
Predicted Score: Maple Leafs 3 - Bruins 3.
SJ Computer Pick: Boston Bruins -145 and UNDER 6.
Computer Prediction - SJ Computer Picks is a free prediction tool using fundamental NHL handicapping metrics: offensive & defensive stats, NHL power rankings, score differentials, goals scored and goals allowed.
Statfox free score prediction: 3 to 3. Total score: 6. Bet the over!
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Betting Prediction for Toronto Maple Leafs vs Boston Bruins on November 10, 2018, 7:00 PM ET
Free Betting Prediction: Toronto will WIN and the Total will go Under .
The Toronto Maple Leafs pushed their winning streak to three with a 6-1 triumph over the New Jersey Devils last night and now look for four in a row as they visit TD Garden to take on the Boston Bruins. Toronto won three of the four regular-season games vs Boston last year but is a +115 underdog in tonight's game and Boston comes back at -140 with the total opening at 5.5 goals. Original matchup: http://bit.ly/2RIQtfZ