The Toronto Maple Leafs are in Detroit tonight as they look for their third win in a row. 

With the win, new head coach Sheldon Keefe would become the first Leafs coach to win his first three games since Pat Quinn did it in 1998-99.

Morgan Rielly said that while the team has won two in a row under Keefe, they're still getting to know his systems.

"We've only played two games since the (coaching) change, and I don't think you can completely install a new system in two games. It's going to take a little longer, but we've already added some good things and we're always talking about what we can do better. I know [Keefe] has a long list of ideas." Rielly said. 

No surprise as Frederik Andersen will get the start for the Leafs and will go up against former Leaf Jonathan Bernier. 

Jason Spezza steps in for Alexander Kerfoot on the third line between Nic Petan and Kasperi Kapanen. 

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

Johnsson -- Matthews -- Nylander
Mikheyev -- Tavares -- Hyman
Petan -- Spezza -- Kapanen
Engvall -- Gauthier -- Shore

Rielly -- Ceci
Muzzin -- Holl
Dermott -- Barrie

Andersen