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Game 2 - Sens @ Leafs - Saturday Oct 8th 2011 - 19:00 EST - 6-5 Win

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Frattin - Grabovski - Kulemin
Lupul - Bozak - Kessel
Steckel - Dupuis - Armstrong
Rosehill - Lombardi - Brown

Gunarsson - Phaneuf
Liles - Schenn
Gardiner - Komisarek


Michalek - Spezza - Filatov
Greening - Zibanejad - Alfredsson
Condra - Smith - Butler
Foligno - Da Costa - Neil

Phillips - Lee
Cowen - Gonchar
Kuba - Karlsson


Toronto Injuries:
Nazem Kadri - torn ligament in knee - on IR
Tim Connolly - upper body - doubtful for this game
Clarke MacArthur - undisclosed - undisclosed
Leafs fans - head - too early to tell the significant of this injury

Ottawa Injuries:
Peter Regin - shoulder - on IR
Jesse Winchester - shoulder - on IR
Matt Carkner - right knee surgery - on IR
Daniel Alfredsson - back surgery - questionable for this game
Stephane Da Costa - lower body - questionable for this game

Toronto Point Leaders
Goals: Phaneuf & Lombardi - 1
Assists: Phaneuf, Kessel, Brown & Lupul - 2
Points: Phanuef - 2
+/-: Phaneuf - +2
Wins: Reimer - 1
Save %: Reimer - 1.000
G.A.A.: Reimer - 0.00
Shutouts: Reimer - 1

Ottawa Point Leaders
Goals: None
Assists: None
Points: None
+/-: FIlatov, Spezza & Michalek: 0
Wins: None
Save %: Anderson - 0.827
G.A.A.: Anderson -
Shutouts: None
Toronto News: Tim Connolly remained on an extra line at practice on Friday and will not play on Saturday. Connolly has yet to fully engage in physical contact as he looks to overcome an upper-body injury. Colton Orr is expected to take Jay Rosehill's spot on the fourth line tomorrow night. The 29-year-old did not play in the opener against Montreal, likely based on the lack of enforcers in their lineup. Nazem Kadri was seen skating briefly this morning, but will likely miss another couple weeks with a knee strain. - TSN

Ottawa News: Centre Peter Regin, troubled by a shoulder injury, won’t be in the lineup vs. the Wings and likely won’t also suit up Saturday in Toronto. - Ottawa Sun

All info/lines comes from TSN Ice Chips and this opening post will be updated if the lines change leading upto game time.

Colton Orr will be in tonight for Jay Rosehill. That came out earlier today.


You know, looking over Ottawa's line-up I'm pretty impressed. Physicality, experience, scoring. They seem to have it all. I think they definitely have to be considered a front-runner for the championship. It's exactly the sort of club Brian Kilrea used to build when he was running the team.

Will there be more dancing in the streets tonight?

I feel like Ottawa is going to be tough on the Leafs this season.  Just a feeling.


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