Bruins Aim to Stay Hot with Visit to Maple Leafs Wednesday Night
Boston has rebounded nicely following dreadful start
The Bruins started the season scoring just six goals in their first five games. They have rebounded well to win five straight games and move their record to 10-6-0, good for 20 points and third place in the Atlantic Division. Since their dismal start to the year, the Bruins have averaged 3.63 goals per game. Goalie Tuukka Rask has also improved, allowing just seven goals in the four home games. During the month of October, Rask had allowed close to three goals per game.
Toronto enjoying a hot spell of their own right now
The Maple Leafs have played well of late too. In their last seven games, Toronto is 5-1-1 to up their overall record to 8-5-2, good for 18 points and fifth place in the Atlantic Division. Their offense has been just as hot as the Bruins, scoring five goals in back-to-back contests this past weekend, both of them wins. Toronto has just two wins against Atlantic Division teams in six games this season, but would love to add a third on Wednesday night.
Toronto and Boston will collide in Ontario tonight for what should be an exciting Atlantic Division contest with plenty of scoring. We are going to drop 15 percent of our bankroll at BetOnline.ag on the visiting Bruins and the -130 money line as they win their sixth consecutive game and first game on the road in the month.
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