How many games do the Leafs have left?

How many games do the Leafs have left?

17 games The Maple Leafs have 17 games left in the regular season, including tonight's game against the Montreal Canadiens. Here's a summary of how they're performing versus each North Division team (head-to-head data), as well as the rest of their schedule.

Team Record vs. North Division Teamsters Current playoff spot? Chicago Blackhawks 13-3-1 0% No. 1 seed in East San Jose Sharks 11-4-1 #LetsGoBlackhawks pic.twitter.com/9jyOJXfqKl

The Maple Leafs currently sit in third place in the Atlantic Division with 50 points. They are one point behind the first-place Boston Bruins and two points ahead of the fourth-place Buffalo Sabres. Toronto has won three straight games going into tonight's contest against the Montreal Canadiens.

If the Maple Leafs were to finish last in the Atlantic Division, they would qualify for a post-season spot by virtue of having more wins than the second-last team (Boston). If they were to finish first or second, they would likely receive the No. 3 or No. 4 seeds, respectively.

How many games have the Buffalo Sabres won against the Toronto Maple Leafs?

Despite massive crowds of Toronto fans, the Sabres have won 72 of 110 all-time home games versus the Maple Leafs. Both clubs have competed in the Northeast Division, currently known as the Atlantic Division, since the 1998-99 season. The Maple Leafs have won three of four meetings this year.

The last time these teams met was on February 27, 2019 at Air Canada Centre. The Maple Leafs defeated the Sabres 3-1. William Nylander scored two goals to lead the charge for Toronto. Andreas Johnsson had a goal and an assist for Buffalo. Frederik Andersen made 21 saves in the loss.

These teams will meet again on March 10th at KeyBank Center. The puck drops at 7:00 PM ET on NBC Sports Network & CBC. The winner moves onto face off against the Boston Bruins in the first round of the 2019 Stanley Cup Playoffs. The loser goes home.

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How many times have the Leafs lost to the Bruins in the playoffs?

It was the first game in NHL playoff history in which a team down by three goals in the third period came back to win the game and hence the series. The Boston Bruins defeated the Toronto Maple Leafs in seven games in the 2018 Stanley Cup playoffs. It was the first time the B's had won a series after being down 3-0.

The Maple Leafs were leading 3-0 after two periods of play, but then scored four straight goals to take control of the game. Boston responded with four of their own before Toronto finished off the game with another goal just over five minutes into overtime. This is how the series went: Game 1 Toronto wins 4-3; Game 2 Toronto wins 5-4 (OT); Game 3 Boston wins 6-5 (SO); Game 4 Boston wins 7-6 (SO); Game 5 Toronto wins in OT 4-3; Game 6 Toronto wins in SO 3-1 (beating the clock); Game 7 Toronto wins in SO 3-0.

This series was unique because it wasn't decided until game seven in overtime. In fact, this series lasted longer than any other 7th game in NHL history. The previous longest series was also in game seven of a seventh game series - it took nine games to decide the 1968 Montreal Canadiens vs New York Rangers series.

Are all the Leaf games on Sportsnet now?

This article's game counts are based on a regular NHL season. SN NOW will broadcast 38 of the Leafs' 56 games during the 2020-21 NHL season. If you leave the Leafs' viewing area, you will be subject to blackout limitations in that area.

The Toronto Maple Leafs are one of the most popular sports teams in Canada, if not the most popular team. They have been a part of the NHL since 1917 and have won two Stanley Cups so far. Their home arena is Air Canada Centre in downtown Toronto. The building was built in 1999 and has a capacity of about 20,000 people.

Toronto has been called the hockey capital of Canada because there are many good hockey schools here and many great players come from this city. In addition to the Maple Leafs, there are several other major league hockey teams in Toronto: the Toronto Raptors basketball team, the Toronto Blue Jays baseball team, and the Toronto FC soccer club.

There are six other Canadian NHL teams: the Montreal Canadiens, Ottawa Senators, Vancouver Canucks, Winnipeg Jets, Calgary Flames. Each year, these teams play each other in what is known as the "Canadiens/Saints" series. It is a round-robin tournament with each team playing every other team twice -- once at home and once away. The winner is determined by taking into account how many points each team earns throughout the season.

How many games did Frederik Andersen play for Toronto?

He started and finished 66 games in his first two seasons with the Maple Leafs, winning 33 games in 2016-17 and 38 games in 2017-18, helping Toronto reach the Stanley Cup Playoffs in consecutive seasons for the first time since 2002-03 and 2003-04.

Andersen became the second goaltender in NHL history to record at least one win in his debut with each of the five teams he has played for (Toronto, Anaheim, Vancouver, Chicago, and San Jose). The other goalie to do so is Jean Beliveau of the New York Rangers. Andersen was 1-0-1 with a 3.60 goals against average and.857 save percentage in Toronto during Games 1 and 2 of their series vs. Boston this spring.

In total, Andersen has appeared in 206 career NHL games, recording 79 wins, 39 losses, 10 ties and a.914 save percentage along with 4,374 minutes in penalties incurred. He has also played in nine playoff games, going 5-4 with a 2.44 GAA and.913 save percentage.

Andersen was drafted by Toronto in the first round (fifth overall) of the 2008 NHL Draft.

He spent two seasons with the University of Notre Dame before turning pro.

How many times have the Detroit Red Wings played the Toronto Maple Leafs?

The two clubs have played in 34 postseason series for a total of 171 games, 11 series and 60 more games than the other two Original 6 teams, the Red Wings and the Maple Leafs. The two clubs have met in game sevens nine times, more than any other opponent in NHL history. The Maple Leafs won four of those games by a score of 8-0; the only loss was by one goal.

The Red Wings are leading the all-time series 29-15-3 but it isn't exactly a balanced series. The Maple Leafs have a huge advantage in terms of size as they feature six players who stand over 6' 3" while the Red Wings only have five such players. In fact, only three of their regulars weigh less than 200 pounds. In addition, the Maple Leafs boast three straight years now with at least 100 points, which is more than any other team in NHL history. Finally, they have been to the playoffs every year since 1967/68 when they last missed out.

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