The Boston Bruins (5-1-2) and Toronto Maple Leafs (5-3-2) meet in NHL action at TD Garden on Tuesday evening.
The Atlantic Division rivals met at the Scotiabank Arena on Saturday night, when Morgan Rielly scored 3:54 into overtime to give the Maple Leafs a 4-3 victory. Rielly scored twice in the game, with other Toronto goals coming from Dmytro Timashov and Alexander Kerfoot. Frederik Andersen stopped 42 shots.
David Pastrnak, Jake DeBrusk and Danton Heinen scored for the Bruins, while Jaroslav Halak made 25 saves.
The Bruins are averaging 2.75 Goals per Game, but only allowing 2.13. Pastrnak has nine goals and 15 points in total for Boston this season, while Brad Marchand has registered eight assists.
The Maple Leafs were also in action on Monday night when they hosted the Columbus Blue Jackets, when they lost 4-3 in OT. Toronto had rallied from 2-0 down to lead 3-2, following goals from Kasperi Kapanen, Auston Matthews and William Nylander, but the Blue Jackets leveled the game in the 3rd period and Gustav Nyquist scored the winner 1:57 into OT.
The Maple Leafs are averaging an impressive 3.80 Goals per Game, but also allowing 3.40. Matthews has eight goals for Toronto, while Mitch Marner has 12 points and nine assists to his name.
Boston Bruins vs Toronto Maple Leafs Betting Lines & Prediction
As for Bruins vs Maple Leafs predictions, home-ice could give Boston the edge in this game, although it could be tight.
The Boston Bruins are -150 (1.66) on the Money Line odds with bet365, with the Toronto Maple Leafs at +130 (2.30) with 888Sport. The tip is on the Puck Line though, where Toronto +1.5 is available at betting odds of -192 (1.52) with bet365.
NHL Predictions: Puck Line – Toronto Maple Leafs +1.5 @ -192 (1.52) with bet365