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Toronto Maple Leafs vs. Boston Bruins Game 7: How to watch, TV channel, streaming, start time, injury report and stats

It's the first Game 7 of the 2024 NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs on Saturday when the Boston Bruins host the Toronto Maple Leafs with each team's season on the line.

Boston had a 3-1 series lead but two straight wins for the Toronto Maple Leafs - each victory without NHL leading goalscorer Auston Matthews due to illness - has sent it to a win-or-go-home matchup.

How to watch Toronto Maple Leafs vs. Boston Bruins Game 7, TV channel and streaming

Game 7 of the Toronto Maple Leafs vs. Boston Bruins 2024 NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs series will be broadcast on ABC and available to stream on ESPN+.

Toronto Maple Leafs vs. Boston Bruins Game 7 start time, date and venue

Toronto Maple Leafs vs. Boston Bruins Game 7 is scheduled to start at 8 PM on Saturday, May 4 with the game to be played at TD Garden in Boston, Massachusetts.

Toronto Maple Leafs vs. Boston Bruins Game 7 injury report

Toronto Maple Leafs: Auston Matthews - illness, day-to-day; Bobby McMann - undisclosed, day-to-day; Ty Voit - undisclosed, out; John Klingberg - undisclosed, out; Jake Muzzin - undisclosed, out

Boston Bruins: Milan Lucic - undisclosed, out; Matthew Poitras - undisclosed, out; Andrew Peeke - finger, out; Danton Heinen - undisclosed, out

Toronto Maple Leafs vs. Boston Bruins Game 7 stats

  • The Boston Bruins' best-performing goaltender this series has been Jeremy Swayman (.947 save percentage, eight goals allowed in five games) while the Toronto Maple Leafs' top goalie has been Joseph Woll (9.64 save percentage, two goals allowed in three games).
  • Bruins winger Brad Marchand leads all players with eight points in the series, and he's tied for the lead in goals with teammates Jake DeBrusk and Trent Frederic.
  • Bruins defenseman Charlie McAvoy leads all players in ice time per game at 26:20 with Leafs defenseman Morgan Rielly second at 24:49.
  • Leafs winger Max Domi is the team's series leader in points with four, while William Nylander and Matthew Knies are the only two multi-goal scorers with two each in the series.
  • Boston averages 2.67 goals per game while Toronto averages 1.83 goals per game in the series.
  • The Bruins have scored on 40 percent of their power plays - second best in the postseason - while Toronto has scored on just five percent, the second-lowest of all playoff teams.

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