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Posted: 1/17/2014 1:33:24 AM

Away: Montreal [27-16 SU]
Home: Toronto [24-20 SU]

Game Time: 7:00 PM
Stadium: Air Canada Centre

Recent Meetings:
11/30/13 - TOR 2 vs. MON 4
10/01/13 - TOR 4 vs. MON 3

Team Leaders:

Montreal:
Goals: Max Pacioretty 21
Assists: P.K Subban 26
Goals Against: Peter Budaj 2.14

Toronto:
Goals: Phil Kessel 22
Assists: Phil Kessel 24
Goals Against: Jonathan Bernier 2.58

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Posted: 1/17/2014 10:54:08 PM
The Leafs came back to life last week when they played an old rival Boston and they avoided the dreaded 3rd period meltdown repeat. That momentum even carried over to the Sabers game and they picked up another win. 
The Habs are coming off a huge win against the team that swept them out of the playoffs last year. Price and Subban coming up at big moments with big plays.
The difference is that the Habs were horrible in their win and were out played in every aspect the entire game. They really didn't deserve that win. It was almost like the Sens just spotted them 3 off the start just to make it a game. The Leafs out played their hated rival on their home turf and looked like they did at the start of the year.
Both these teams have been horrible in the defensive end recently. They might both play a lot tighter this game. Neither team shoots more than 30 shots a game and both goalies have been great lately just facing crazy shot totals. For this reason I'm taking the Under.
 3-2 Leafs OT or SO
  
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Posted: 1/18/2014 9:46:43 AM
The Habs are the ML fav but the PL dog. I've never seen that happen befor. Whats the best play in a situation like that?
How can Habs be favored to win but then Leafs are favored to win if its by 2 or more? It looks like a mistake on the site (sports interaction) and it may get adjusted soon. 
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Posted: 1/18/2014 2:12:56 PM
It's not a mistake I've seen that happen before but I've never really tracked the outcome. I think Leafs and the Under are the plays. 
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Posted: 1/18/2014 5:03:13 PM
Leafs got no answer for PKU
Habs n over.  Gl 
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Posted: 1/18/2014 6:02:04 PM
I like Montreal here as well. Bernier vs Price in goalie matchup. I favor Price to win matchup. Bernier is hard to evaluate. My numbers favor Price. I am well aware that Toronot is playing well in their last by winning 3 games.

Going with Montreal here.
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Posted: 1/18/2014 6:11:13 PM
Under is a strong play
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