Toronto Maple Leafs vs. Philadelphia Flyers Prediction, Preview, and Odds

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The Toronto Maple Leafs are 11 points behind the first-place Boston Bruins in the Atlantic division. Toronto was defeated by the Seattle Kraken 5-1 on Thursday. Philadelphia is well off the pace in Metropolitan Division but has won four straight games.

Toronto is fourth in the NHL with 2.64 goals per game. The penalty-kill unit is holding opponents scoreless 77.6% of the time. William Nylander is the leading goal scorer for Toronto with 22 goals, while Auston Matthews has scored 19. Mitchell Marner is leader in assists with 30, and Austen Matthews is second with 26.

Philadelphia Flyers are 28th in the NHL with 2.77 goals per game. Travis Konecny is the leading scorer for Philadelphia with 20 goals. Kevin Hayes has a team-high 25 assists. Philadelphia's No. 1 goalie Carter Hart has returned to action after missing several games due to injury. Hart is 11-11-6 with a 2-86 goals-against average and .911 save percentage.

Toronto plays its second game in as many nights on the road against Philadelphia. The Maple Leafs are 10-6-3 on road and 13-8-5 in their last 19 games overall. Philadelphia is 8-9-1 at home and has lost 54 games in the last 69 games against Eastern Conference teams.

Toronto is scoring 3.36 goals per game and Philadelphia is allowing 3:3. The total has finished over in five of Toronto's last six games.

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