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How to Watch Tampa Bay Lightning vs. Toronto Maple Leafs: NHL Playoffs First Round Game 6 Live Stream, TV Channel, Start Time – 4-29-2023

The Tampa Bay Lightning host Game 6 of the NHL Playoffs First Round against the Toronto Maple Leafs, with the Maple Leafs up 3-2. Watch the game on Saturday at 7:00 PM ET on Bally Sports.

Lightning vs. Maple Leafs Game Info

  • Game Day: Saturday, April 29, 2023
  • Game Time: 7:00 PM ET
  • TV Channel: Bally Sports (Regional restrictions may apply)

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Lightning and Maple Leafs Stats, Key Players, and Injuries

Lightning Insights

  • The Lightning’s 280 total goals (3.4 per game) rank eighth in the NHL.
  • Defensively, the Lightning are giving up 252 total goals (3.1 per game) to rank 14th in NHL play.
  • They have the league’s 11th-ranked goal differential at +28.
  • The 71 power-play goals the Lightning have recorded this season (third-most in the NHL) have come on 280 power-play chances.
  • The Lightning have the league’s third-best power-play conversion rate (25.4%).
  • The seven shorthanded goals the Lightning have scored this season rank 16th among NHL squads.
  • The Lightning’s 79.8% penalty-kill success rate ranks 15th in the league.
  • The Lightning have the 11th-ranked faceoff win percentage in the NHL, at 51.5%.
  • The Lightning connect on 10.7% of their shots (seventh in the league).
  • The Lightning have not shut out an opponent this season. They average 24.7 hits and 14 blocked shots per game.

Lightning Key Players

  • With 31 goals and 80 assists this season, Nikita Kucherov is one of Tampa Bay’s top contributors (111 points).
  • Brayden Point is another of Tampa Bay’s important contributors currently with 94 total points (50 goals and 44 assists) to his name.
  • Through 81 games, Steven Stamkos has proven himself as another option for Tampa Bay. He has 84 points (33 goals and 51 assists).
  • Andrei Vasilevskiy (34-22-4) has a 2.6 goals against average and a save percentage of .915 for Tampa Bay.

Lightning Injuries

Lightning Injuries: Erik Cernak: Day To Day (Upper Body), Mikey Eyssimont: Day To Day (Head)

Maple Leafs Insights

  • The Maple Leafs’ 278 goals on the season (3.4 per game) rank them ninth in the league.
  • The Maple Leafs have one of the best defenses in the NHL, conceding 220 total goals (2.7 per game), seventh in the NHL.
  • They have the fifth-best goal differential in the league at +58.
  • The Maple Leafs have 63 power-play goals (seventh-most in NHL) on 246 chances.
  • The Maple Leafs score on 25.6% of their power plays, No. 2 in the NHL.
  • In terms of shorthanded goals, the Maple Leafs have eight.
  • The 81.9% penalty-kill percentage of the Maple Leafs is 11th in the NHL.
  • At 53.1%, the Maple Leafs have the NHL’s fourth-best faceoff win percentage.
  • The Maple Leafs’ 10.6% shooting percentage is ninth in the league.
  • The Maple Leafs have not shut out an opponent yet. They average 21.7 hits and 14.8 blocked shots per game.

Maple Leafs Key Players

  • Mitchell Marner has totaled 30 goals and 69 assists in 80 games for Toronto, good for 99 points.
  • William Nylander is one of the impact players on offense for Toronto with 87 total points (1.1 per game), with 40 goals and 47 assists in 82 games.
  • Auston Matthews has earned 40 goals on the season, chipping in 45 assists.
  • Ilya Samsonov is 27-10-5 in 42 games this season, conceding 96 goals (2.3 goals against average) with 1088 saves and a .919 save percentage (sixth-best in the league).

Maple Leafs Injuries

Maple Leafs Injuries: Victor Mete: Out (Lower Body), Nicholas Robertson: Out For Season (Shoulder), Erik Gustafsson: Out (Upper Body), Matt Murray: Out (Head), Bobby McMann: Out (Knee), Jake Muzzin: Out For Season (Spine)


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