The Toronto Maple Leafs are right back at it tonight as they host the Edmonton Oilers once again. 

They'll be looking for a bit more convincing win and opening effort compared to their game against the Oilers on Saturday. 

Edmonton jumped out to the early lead before the Leafs eventually showed some push and came back to win the game 4-3 in overtime. 

It was the second game in a row where Jack Campbell looked a little shaky at times and head coach Sheldon Keefe has decided to give him a break. 

Campbell will play back up tonight as Michael Hutchinson gets the start against the Oilers. Hutchinson faced the Edmonton Oilers back on March 1st and shut them out stopping all 31 shots. 

This of course is a much improved Oilers team tonight which currently sits just three points behind the Leafs so Keefe and company will be looking to grow that lead. 

The Leafs head coach confirmed there will be no other lineup changes tonight. 

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