MAPLE LEAFS (35-24-9) at DUCKS (27-32-8)
10 p.m. ET; PRIME, TSN4, NHL.TV
The Toronto Maple Leafs can extend their lead for third place in the Atlantic Division when they visit the Anaheim Ducks at Honda Center on Friday.
The Maple Leafs, who are 0-1-1 on their three-game California road trip after going 4-1-0 in their previous five games, are five points ahead of the fourth-place Florida Panthers and 10 points behind the second-place Tampa Bay Lightning.
Toronto lost 1-0 in the shootout at the Los Angeles Kings on Thursday.
The Ducks are 3-2-1 in their past six games after going 1-4-0 in their previous five. Because of trades and injuries over the past month, the Anaheim lineup could include four forwards and four defensemen who weren't on the roster when the Ducks lost 5-4 in overtime at Toronto on Feb. 7.
Players to watch
Maple Leafs center John Tavares has 20 points (10 goals, 10 assists) in 17 games against the Ducks.
Ducks forward Rickard Rakell ended a 15-game goal drought Wednesday when he scored with 1.2 seconds remaining in overtime in a 4-3 win at the Colorado Avalanche.
They said it
"Power play has got to be lethal for us. With the type of talent that we have, that should be and it has been for quite some time. Maybe it's gone dry a little bit, but we've got to have that be a difference-maker for us that it can be." -- Maple Leafs coach Sheldon Keefe on their power play, which is 0-for-11 in its past four games
"He's really struggled to score as of late. It's been wearing on him. To see him get rewarded like that, especially in overtime, those goals are special. We're elated for him." -- Ducks coach Dallas Eakins on forward Rickard Rakell
Maple Leafs projected lineup
Zach Hyman -- Auston Matthews -- Mitchell Marner
William Nylander -- John Tavares -- Pierre Engvall
Kyle Clifford -- Alexander Kerfoot -- Kasperi Kapanen
Denis Malgin -- Frederik Gauthier -- Jason Spezza
Travis Dermott -- Justin Holl
Martin Marincin -- Tyson Barrie
Calle Rosen -- Cody Ceci
Scratched: Rasmus Sandin, Timothy Liljegren
Injured: Morgan Rielly (fractured foot), Jake Muzzin (fractured hand), Ilya Mikheyev (wrist laceration), Andreas Johnsson (knee)
Ducks projected lineup
Sonny Milano -- Ryan Getzlaf -- Danton Heinen
Rickard Rakell -- Adam Henrique -- Jakob Silfverberg
Max Jones -- Sam Steel -- Kiefer Sherwood
Nicolas Deslauriers -- David Backes -- Carter Rowney
Jacob Larsson -- Michael Del Zotto
Brendan Guhle -- Matt Irwin
Christian Djoos -- Jani Hakanpaa
Scratched: Andrew Agozzino, Simon Benoit
Injured: Cam Fowler (lower body), Erik Gudbranson (upper body), Hampus Lindholm (upper body), Josh Manson (upper body)
Campbell will make his sixth start since he was acquired in a trade from the Kings on Feb. 5. ... Ceci will play his first game since injuring his ankle Feb. 5 against the New York Rangers. He was activated off injured reserve Friday. … Defensemen Manson and Gudbranson participated in the morning skate and each will be a game-time decision.
Spezza is one assist shy of 600 in his NHL career. … Getzlaf has 15 points (two goals, 13 assists) in 15 games against Toronto.