The Boston Bruins are in Toronto tonight for a big matchup against one of their biggest rivals, the Maple Leafs. 

While head coach Bruce Cassidy hasn't really appreciated the lack of games the Bruins have had thanks to NHL scheduling to start the season because it hasn't given the team a chance to build momentum, it has pluses as well. 

The B's currently have 3 games in hand on the Leafs right now who sit in second place of the Atlantic Division. A win tonight combined with a couple of other loses could really see the B's make a jump in the standings. 

Forward Nick Foligno returned to Bruins' practice on Friday and took line rushes however was wearing a non-contact jersey and won't play tonight. 

Cassidy confirmed that Linus Ullmark gets the start tonight against the Leafs and he'll go up against Jack Campbell on the other side. 

The Leafs are coming off a big come from behind overtime win against the Tampa Bay Lightning on Thursday while the Bruins are looking to build off of Patrice Bergeron's 4 goal explosion against the Red Wings on Thursday. 

Here's a look at tonight's full lineup:

Marchand-Bergeron-Pastrnak
Hall-Coyle-Studnicka
DeBrusk-Haula-Lazar
Frederic-Nosek-Kuhlman

Forbort-McAvoy
Grzelcyk-Carlo
Reilly-Clifton

Ullmark