BOSTON -- Although the Boston Bruins have won four in a row, they aren't clicking on all cylinders just yet.
For instance, it's been 13 games since their leading goal scorer Brad Marchand found the back of the net. Marchand, who has 22 goals, will try to end his slump against the Toronto Maple Leafs at TD Garden on Saturday (7 p.m. ET; CBC, NESN).
"I hope so. It's been a while," Marchand said after the Bruins morning skate. "I mean, chances are there. I think I've missed three breakaways in that time. It's definitely frustrating, especially with the race that we're in right now. But hopefully tonight can end it, and if not, at least get on the right track to getting out of this funk."