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#06 Leafs at Sabres Tue Jan 29 7:00PM ET TV: MSG-B Radio: WGR-AM


GDT #06: LEAFS (2-3-0) at SABRES (2-3-0) – TUE JAN 29 – 7:00PM ET – TV: MSG-B – RADIO: WGR-AM

1.26 – Maple Leafs blow early lead to dominating Rangers (The Canadian Press – CBC)

1.27 – Sabres come up empty, drop third straight (John Vogl – The Buffalo News)

1.27 – Carlyle now key to Kadri's development (Jonas Siegel – TSN)

1.27 – Grigorenko hopeful after ‘best effort’ (John Vogl – The Buffalo News)

1.28 – Injured MacArthur misses Maple Leafs practice (Robert MacLeod – The Globe and Mail)

1.28 – No word on Grigorenko, better word on Vanek (Mike Harrington – The Buffalo News)

1.28 – Grigorenko awaits decision on his fate (John Vogl – The Buffalo News)
BUFFALO SABRES

Projected Lineup


26 Thomas Vanek ("A") - 19 Cody Hodgson - 29 Jason Pominville ("C")
9 Steve Ott - 63 Tyler Ennis - 21 Drew Stafford ("A")
82 Marcus Foligno - 25 Mikhail Grigorenko - 55 Jochen Hecht
32 John Scott - 37 Matt Ellis - 36 Patrick Kaleta

3 Jordan Leopold - 57 Tyler Myers
10 Christian Ehrhoff - 44 Andrej Sekera
6 Mike Weber - 33 TJ Brennan


30 Ryan Miller
1 Jhonas Enroth

Lineup News & Notes

TJ Brennan, Thomas Vanek (muscle strain) and Mike Weber were scratched in Sunday's 3-2 loss to Washington,
while Ville Leino (hip) and Cody McCormick (finger) remained on injured reserve. Brennan and Weber will debut
tonight, as Robyn Regehr (foot) and Alexander Sulzer sit. Vanek will also return from injury, while Ryan Miller
starts in goal.

Weekly Transactions

None.

According to the Stats

Buffalo were 3-3-0 versus Toronto last season, with Ryan Miller playing all six games and stopping 152 of 172 shots
against (3.34 GAA, .884 SV%). Jason Pominville and Thomas Vanek, each with two goals and six assists, were their
leading scorers in the series.
TORONTO MAPLE LEAFS

Projected Lineup


21 James van Riemsdyk - 42 Tyler Bozak - 81 Phil Kessel
41 Nikolai Kulemin - 84 Mikhail Grabovski - 11 Jay McClement
39 Matt Frattin - 43 Nazem Kadri - 47 Leo Komarov
18 Mike Brown - 20 David Steckel - 28 Colton Orr

3 Dion Phaneuf ("C") - 53 Mike Kostka
36 Carl Gunnarsson - 24 John-Michael Liles
45 Mark Fraser - 4 Cody Franson

34 James Reimer
30 Ben Scrivens

Lineup News & Notes

Joffrey Lupul (fractured forearm) was put on injured reserve last week, while Jake Gardiner, Korbinian Holzer,
Mike Komisarek and Clarke MacArthur (finger) will be scratched tonight, with James Reimer starting in goal.

Weekly Transactions

Toronto recalled Matt Frattin from AHL/Toronto last week to cope with Lupul's absence. Jake Gardiner (concussion)
was recalled yesterday to maintain his conditioning throughout the AHL All-Star break and is not expected to play.

According to the Stats

Toronto were 3-2-1 in six games versus Buffalo last season. Phil Kessel, with two goals and four assists, and Joey
Crabb, with two goals and five assists, were their leading scorers in the series.


A/V CLUB

1.26 – Highlights of Toronto's 5-2 loss to NY Rangers. <4:33>

1.27 – Highlights of Buffalo's 3-2 loss to Washington. <4:39>

1.27 – Lindy Ruff speaks with the media following Buffalo's 3-2 loss to Washington. <3:59>

1.28 – Lindy Ruff speaks with the media following Buffalo's practice. <6:13>

1.28 – Randy Carlyle speaks with the media following Toronto's practice. <7:11>

1.29 – Darcy Regier speaks with the media during Buffalo's morning skate. <8:36>

1.29 – Lindy Ruff speaks with the media following Buffalo's morning skate. <4:25>

1.29 – #TMLTalk Game Day Preview: Leafs @ Sabres. <1:39>


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