The Boston Bruins head into Toronto looking to build off their win against the Montreal Canadiens on Saturday. 

The Bruins registered the W because of John Moore's late game heroics and also had big efforts thanks to some of the team's younger players. 

"The team's growing in front of our eyes," Bruins coach Bruce Cassidy said after the game Saturday. "Young guys that need to learn how to win. Listen, I don't want to call it playoff hockey in November, but we are in close games every night. To me, that's playoff hockey and you have to be comfortable in these games."

One of those youngsters, Jake DeBrusk, has turned it up recently with three goals in his last four games and has 10 goals on the season sitting behind David Pastrnak's 17 for the team lead. 

Jaroslav Halak gets the call for the Bruins as he'll go up against Frederik Andersen between the pipes for the Leafs. 

The Leafs are 7-3-0 in their last 10 games and the Bruins are 3-0-2 in their last five games having allowed two or fewer goals in four of those. 

Sitting just two points behind the Leafs in the standings, the Bruins are looking to replicate their 5-1 win against the Leafs on November 10th in Boston. 

Here's a look at tonight's full projected lineups:

Bruins projected lineup
FORWARDS

Brad Marchand -- Jakob Forsbacka Karlsson -- David Pastrnak
Danton Heinen -- David Krejci -- Jake DeBrusk
Anders Bjork -- Joakim Nordstrom -- Noel Acciari
Chris Wagner -- Colby Cave -- David Backes

DEFENSIVE PAIRINGS

John Moore -- Kevan Miller
Torey Krug -- Connor Clifton
Jeremy Lauzon -- Matt Grzelcyk

GOALTENDER

Jaroslav Halak

Maple Leafs projected lineup

FORWARDS

Zach Hyman -- John Tavares -- Mitchell Marner
Patrick Marleau -- Nazem Kadri -- Kasperi Kapanen
Andreas Johnsson -- Par Lindholm -- Connor Brown
Tyler Ennis -- Frederik Gauthier -- Josh Leivo

DEFENSIVE PAIRINGS

Morgan Rielly -- Ron Hainsey
Jake Gardiner -- Nikita Zaitsev
Travis Dermott -- Igor Ozhiganov

GOALTENDER

Frederik Andersen



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