Tune in at 7:00 PM ET as the Senators take on the Maple Leafs. Navin Vaswani will be liveblogging for your enjoyment.
Good evening, folks. Sens and Leafs coming up.
In the short-term, Scrivens in the guy. Rynnas is backing him up tonight. Unless Scrivens really struggles, I think the Leafs will wait Reimer's injury out. And I think that's the right call.
There's a pre-game ceremony, so this game isn't about to get started for a few minutes.
The Leafs are celebrating their 1963 Stanley Cup winning team. All the highlights were in black and white.
The players from 1963 have been brought out in cars. That's a helluva lot faster than having them walk.
theScore's cut back on the live blogs a bit, yes.
Anthem about to go down. Game will be underway shortly.
There were no live blogs last week because of some issues with ScribbleLive, our live blog host. All's well now though.
Here we go: Sens and Leafs. Anderson and Scrivens in net.
It's sports. There's nothing rational about it. If you're a Leafs fan, you should always boo the Senators when they touch Toronto ice.
This game is UNDERWAY. Senators won the opening draw, if you were wondering.
I've been in Montreal for a Leafs game; they boo the opposition.
No Karlsson, no Spezza, and no Michalek for the Sens.
18:45 Sens are offside, bringing about the game's first whistle. No shots for either team yet.
18:15 Neil and Orr collide at the Toronto blue line. Then Da Costa almost had a break in on goal, but the puck was knocked away by Fraser.
17:58 Puck out of play, Leafs shot went off Phillips' stick.
Whitney seems to be on the outs in Edmonton, so it's a possibility, certainly.
16:45 LEAFS SCORE! It's Toronto's 4th line, McLaren in front of the net deflected a point shot from Fraser.
Great shift from the Toronto 4th line, cycling down low, and then getting the puck to the point. Tons of traffic in front of the net, no real chance for Anderson.
McLaren from Fraser and McClement is the scoring play.