It took overtime, but the Toronto Maple Leafs got a win in their season opener against the Montreal Canadiens. 

It was an entertaining high scoring game with some physicality mixed in and we should be in for the same tonight as the Leafs head to Ottawa to play the Sens. 

After Wednesday's game, head coach Sheldon Keefe said that he contemplated some line changes during the game when the team was trailing. 

However when all was said and done, Keefe decided to stick with his lineup because he feels his new lines need a bit more time to gel. 

He's sticking to his guns as Keefe announced today that there will be no lineup changes tonight. 

Keefe added that we might see Jack Campbell in nets tomorrow night but his focus right now is on tonight's lineup. 

Thornton-Matthews-Marner
Vesey-Tavares-Nylander
Mikheyev-Kerfoot-Hyman
Barabanov-Spezza-Simmonds

Rielly-Brodie
Muzzin-Holl
Dermott-Bogosian

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