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Match-up - New Jersey Devils (10-6-5) @ Toronto Maple Leafs (13-9-0) Road/Home records - 4-4-3 -------------- 4-5-0 TV - MSG Plus, SNET-O Puck drop - 7:00 PM ET Season series - Tied 0-0 Last 10: Devils 3-5-2 / Maple Leafs 6-4-0 Projected starting goalies - Johan Hedberg (NJ) vs. James Reimer (TOR) Battle of the stats Goals for/against per game Toronto - 2.91 / 2.50 New Jersey - 2...
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