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Mikhail Grabovski will enter Wednesday night's game against Montreal with three goals in his last four games.

Prior to that he hadn't scored in 11 straight contests. The last time the Leafs played the Canadiens, Grabovski was involved in an alleged biting incident with Max Pacioretty. The Toronto forward wasn't disciplined for the play and both teams need the points in an important divisional match-up, so no retribution is expected to be sought after. Still, we will likely see a physical game take place and Grabovski has enjoyed plenty of success against his ex-teammates since moving to Toronto with 18 points in 26 games, which is the most he's scored versus another club.