The Sens are just three points clear of the Leafs but Toronto has a full three games in hands. This would be a terrific time for the Sens to snap that five game losing streak to give themselves a little bit of distance from the 8th place Leafs.
Despite last night's loss, Paul MacLean will go with the same group as he did against the Islanders. That means that Jim O'Brien will play his second straight game in place of the struggling Bobby Butler.
Here is how the Sens are expected to line up
Puck drop is scheduled for just after 7:00 PM with all the action available on CBC's Hockey Night in Canada.
It will be an emotional night at SBP as this is the annual Do It For Daron (DIFD) game. The event will highlight for fans the issues of youth mental illness, and promote community organizations that offer mental health support services to youth and their families. There will also be fundraising activities throughout the night.
For more information on this terrific cause, check out the DIFD website right here.