The hockey-mad Maple Leafs are coming off a three-game winless streak and their last game before the All-Star break will be a home-and-home series with the Washington Capitals.
Here are three things to know about the upcoming game.1.
Who will be on the ice?
Maple Leafs forward Zach Hyman is not expected to play because of a groin injury, but winger Alexey Marchenko is expected to return to the lineup.
Hyman will play alongside Marchenko in goal.2.
What about the Sabres?
The Sabres will be without goalie Cory Schneider, who was suspended for Saturday’s game.
Sabres coach Dan Bylsma said Schneider will be back in action this week, but he didn’t have any specific plans for his return.3.
How does the All Star break affect the Maple Leafs?
The NHL’s all-star break starts Saturday, March 19.
The Maple Leafs will have the opportunity to return home to play the Boston Bruins, who are coming back from their three-point loss to the Buffalo Sabres on Saturday.4.
What else can you tell us about this game?
The Maple Leaf’s season opener will take place at 7 p.m.
ET on Monday, March 22 against the Montreal Canadiens.
The game will be streamed live on FoxSports1.5.
What are the game times for this game, and how long will the Maple Leaf games last?
The first game will kick off at 8 p.g. and be televised on Fox.
The second game will start at 10 p.t. and will be broadcast on Fox after that.6.
How will the All Stars be determined?
The All Stars are determined by the players who scored the most points, as well as the number of points scored by the team with the most goals and points in regulation.
The players with the fewest points will be awarded the honor of being the All Maple Leafs, while the players with more than 100 points will receive the honor, according to the NHL.7.
How many points will the Sabres have?
Buffalo has five players in the All First Team, including forward Zachary Fucale, who will play in his second game with the Maple Marlies.
Fucales had 17 goals and 28 assists for 63 points in 57 games for the Maple Sabres last season.8.
Will there be any players from the Maple Leagues, the Toronto Marlies, or the Toronto AHL teams on the team?
The team with more points will take home the award, but the team that has the fewer points will win it.9.
Will this be the first time in team history that two Maple Leafs players scored a goal in the same game?
This is a new feat, but it has happened before in the NHL and it is certainly something to remember.10.
Will it be the last game of the All STAR break?
This will be the final All-star game for the league and the Maple Maple Leafs.
The league is still trying to decide if it will be one of the last days of the break, but a final decision is expected in a couple of weeks.11.
How old is Marchenko?
Marchenko, 19, has played in 39 NHL games with four goals and seven assists for 24 points.12.
Who is the other star in the game?
Toronto Maple Leafs goalie Cory Schultz is the only other Maple Leaf on the All NHL First Team.
The other Maple Leafs star is forward Connor Carrick, who is playing in his fourth game with Buffalo.13.
Can Marchenko score?
Marchuk is a goal-scorer who plays in the bottom six of the league.
Marchenko was named the Maple-Leafs player of the month for October for his seven goals and 17 assists for 20 points.14.
What will the game look like?
The game is expected be played at 7:30 p.a.m., with the game on a slow-mo, and will stream live on the Fox Sports app.
The first period starts at 10:30 a.m.; the second at 2 p.p.m; and the third at 3 p.o.m (Fox Sports GO).15.
Is this the Maple Spring Festival?
This will mark the first Maple Leafs Spring Festival in 20 years, which is not only in honour of the city of Toronto but also to highlight the many Maple Leafs community members.
The annual Maple Leafs Day is held on Saturday, April 7, from 6 p.y. to 8 p and the event features live music, food, arts and crafts, storytelling, and more.