“It should be a great game. It’s two good teams going up against each other,” Habs’ Josh Anderson said after a spirited practice on Tuesday.

While the Senators might have snuck up on the Canadiens, there will be no surprises when the Canadiens and the Maple Leafs meet Wednesday (7 p.m., Sportsnet, RDS, TSN-690 Radio)and again in Toronto on Saturday.
Growing up, as a kid, you loved watching these games, you got up for these games, said Anderson, who is from the Toronto suburb of Burlington. Its very exciting and I know a lot of people will be watching and it should be a great game. Its two good teams going up against each other.
The Leafs are currently first in the Canadian division, three points up on Montreal, but Anderson said its too early to anoint the Leafs as the top team in Canada.
Were right there with them, Anderson said. They have a lot of skill, but were a pretty good hockey team too. I guess well find out tomorrow night.