The Boston Bruins have dropped to 12 and 10 in the Eastern Conference standings, respectively, as the team continues to struggle with injuries.
The Bruins have won six of their last eight games and are 8-1-1 in their last 10, and have been outscored by a combined total of 21 points in that span.
The NHL standings are out tonight, and the Bruins have a combined record of 28-20-6.
The Bruins have lost seven straight and have lost five straight at home.
The Boston Bruins are 12-13-7 (40 points) in their past 14 games, and 10-2-1 (29 points) since Jan. 28.
The Maple Leafs are 8th in the West and have scored 29 goals in their first eight games.
The Maple Leafs have scored 21 goals in eight of their past nine games, with the lone loss coming on March 23 against the Vancouver Canucks.
The Columbus Blue Jackets are 12th in a stacked Eastern Conference and are 3-4-2 in their five-game home stand.
They are averaging 3.5 goals per game, which ranks second in the NHL.
The Pittsburgh Penguins are 10th with an 11-10-3 record, and are 1-2 on the road.
They have scored 10 goals in three of their six games.
The Detroit Red Wings are 14th in that division and are averaging 2.7 goals per contest.
They were 2-0-0 in their previous three games, scoring a total of 13 goals.
The New York Islanders are 14-10, and they have scored just four goals in the last four games.