The New Jersey Devils continue a road trip through Canada on Wednesday as they visit Toronto, ON to take on the Toronto Maple Leafs. New Jersey comes into Wednesday on a 3 game losing streak following a 6-3 lost to the Edmonton Oilers. Goalie Jon Gillies struggled immensely in the net for New Jersey posting a .872 save percentage after allowing five goals on 39 shots against.
Offensively this season New Jersey has been a mediocre team averaging three goals per game on 32.1 shots as a team. Jesper Bratt does everything for the New Jersey offense leading the team with 60 points to go along with a team high 39 assists, while posting a team leading 21 goals on 154 shots.
The Toronto Maple Leafs go back home Tuesday night losers of three of the last five games played following a 6-3 loss to the Nashville Predators. Mitchell Marner was the biggest spark in the Toronto offense with two goals and one assist in just under 24 minutes on the ice. Auston Matthews chipped in one goal and one assist as well to round out the Toronto scoring attack.
As a team this season Toronto has used five different goalies combining to post a .906 save percentage after allowing 188 goals on the year. Jack Campbell is goalie number one for Toronto with 24 wins on the year allowing 2.65 goals per game. Petr Mrazek Is goalie #2 with ten wins to go along with a .884 save percentage.