Leafs face the Panthers in an important Atlantic Division Matchup

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The Toronto Maple Leafs (46-24-10) are on the road tonight to play the Florida Panthers (51-24-6).

Toronto is looking to bounce back from a close 5-4 overtime loss to the Detroit Red Wings Saturday night, a game that showcased their resilience and offensive prowess.

This matchup will be the last meeting of the season between Toronto and Florida. Toronto won the last meeting 6-4.

Toronto will find out who their playoff opponent in round one will be after tonight, whether it’s the Boston Bruins or Florida Panthers.

Keep an eye on Auston Matthews, who is just one goal away from reaching a remarkable 70 on the season. He’s also on a hot streak, with points in his last 14 games.

Continuing on streaks, Mitch Marner has had points in his last five games since returning from an injury.

Max Domi and Bobby McMann will be out of the lineup due to injury.

The Florida Panthers will look to close out their season on a four-game win streak.

Anthony Stolarz will start in the net for Florida.

Joseph Woll is the confirmed starter for Toronto.

The puck drop is at 7:30p.m on TSN4.

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