The Toronto Maple Leafs are back on the ice tonight as they host the Edmonton Oilers at ScotiaBank Arena. 

It's a big matchup for both teams as the Leafs have seen their big lead on the division slip away now tied with Winnipeg for first place while the Oilers sit just two points behind them and five points up on Montreal. 

With Leafs just barely slipping by the Ottawa Senators with a 3-2 overtime victory, head coach Sheldon Keefe has decided on a couple of lineup changes. 

It looks like the Alex Galchenyuk experiment will take a break as he's headed to the bottom six on a line with Alexander Kerfoot and Jason Spezza.

That means Jumbo Joe has been reunited with Auston Matthews and Mitch Marner on the top line while Wayne Simmonds will skate alongside John Tavares and William Nylander on the second. 

Check out the full lineup below, what do you think of Keefe's adjustments?

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Galchenyuk-Kerfoot-Spezza

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