Those Atlantic Division rivals, forever trying to one-up each other.
The Maple Leafs will be missing 47-goal scorer and newly appointed captain John Tavares — out at least two weeks with a broken finger — for a Saturday night showdown in Toronto with the Bruins. The visitors will be down at least one of their top two centers, and a valued fourth-liner.
Coach Bruce Cassidy said after Friday’s practice that David Krejci, whose undisclosed upper-body injury has lingered, will miss his third game in a row. Boston also may be without Patrice Bergeron, who took a wrister by Tampa Bay’s Ryan McDonagh off his leg with 25 seconds left in overtime Thursday.