TORONTO, Canada — It will spoil the story lines for a lot of reporters here, but it appears that Martin Jones will start in goal for the Kings on Wednesday night at
instead of former Maple Leaf
Much of the talk in advance of the Kings’ visit Wednesday had centered on the potential matchup between Scrivens and
"I don't make those decisions," Scrivens said when asked if he had expected to play. "It's a coaching decision and Jones is playing great."
Jones, a rookie, has stopped 73 of 75 shots over three games, a save percentage of .973. His goals-against average is 0.65.
Bernier is still scheduled to start for Toronto. He has a record of 9-8-2 with a 2.49 goals-against average and .929 save percentage in 20 games this season.
Jones has started the Kings’ last three games, defeating the
“The way they keep shots, who knows,” Kings captain
Scrivens said it was "weird" to come back here and walk into the visitors' locker room instead of the home team's. "But that's life as a hockey player," he said. "It's pretty rare to spend your whole career with one team."
The rest of the Kings’ lineup is likely to stay the same as it was in Montreal. Defenseman