Montreal is heading into dangerous frozen waters tonight at the Air Canada Centre with blowout revenge on their minds. Rivals Toronto have taken all three match-ups this season, the last a whopping 6-0. It’s a big game for both teams who are fighting for points in the standings. Added to the Montreal mix is recently acquired Michael Ryder who started his career back in 2003 with the Habs. Ryder is expected to play in tonight’s game. Toronto’s physically dominant presence against their rivals has given them the advantage this season. And there was definitely no love lost in last game’s fisticuffs – Max Pacioretty accused Mikhail Grabovski of nipping him in a scrum. Ben Scrivens will make his eighth straight start in goal for the Leafs with James Reimer returning as his backup. Tonight’s show down promises to be an intense battle as Montreal attempts to ‘bite back’ at the Leafs.