Vegas Golden Knights lose game in overtime

Vegas Golden Knights lose game in overtime

Toronto coach Mike Babcock met with members of the media following Tuesday's practice, where he said they're in a "holding pattern".

"I think you never really feel 100 percent". A big part of that is the mental side and worry.

"We'll see what happens with Matthews' situation, whether he's in or not", Babcock said. Atlantic over is 5-0-1 in Wild last 6 road games and over is 9-1 in Wild last 10 vs.

Oddsmakers believe the Maple Leafs won't waste any time reclaiming their mojo following a awful 1-3 jaunt through California and Missouri. The Wild are playing the second of four straight away games after a 3-3-0 homestand.

The Golden Knight were on the 5th game of a six game road trip but proved to be resilient once again as the team came back from a 3-1 first period deficit.

Boudreau was not happy with the way the trip started in Boston. (Boston) was doing nothing in the first 10 minutes. And then all of a sudden, we sit back and don't do anything. Minnesota goalie Devan Dubnyk absorbed the loss with four goals allowed on 24 shots before giving way to Alex Stalock for the third. "There's a lot of (games) coming up here, so we've got to find it quick".

The in-game camera focused on the Maple Leafs' entrance until Auston Matthews jumped on the ice for pre-game warmups, then it followed him as he circled around Toronto's net to emphasize that yes, the young superstar was going to play. He owns two assists in eight games with the Marlies this season. He had two goals and an assist in 21 games with the Maple Leafs last season.

The Maple Leafs loaned forward Kasperi Kapanen to the Toronto Marlies to make room for Gauthier.