While the visiting Toronto Maple Leafs and Montreal Canadiens don't have anything to play for, the Northeast Division rivals seem unlikely to go down without a fight as they close their schedules Saturday night.
Montreal (30-35-16) has allowed a combined 13 goals in dropping three straight home matchups with Toronto (35-36-10). The Leafs have taken three of five in the series this season - most recently prevailing 3-1 at the Bell Centre on March 3 behind two goals and an assist from Mikhail Grabovski.
"We have to get ready to give 100% in our last game now. There's nothing else to save it for," Canadiens goaltender Peter Budaj, who is expected to make his fourth consecutive start in place of injured Carey Price (concussion), told the team's official website.
"They're out of the playoffs, we're out of the playoffs, but there's still a lot of pride to play for - it will be a good battle."
Assured of finishing last in the Eastern Conference and with fewer than 80 points for the fir...