The Philadelphia Flyers face arguably their toughest test to extend their post-All-Star break with a road game against the Toronto Maple Leafs on Thursday night.

They’re understandably an underdog, but FanDuel, DraftKings, and your other favorite PA sportsbooks and New Jersey sports betting apps price them at +134 on the moneyline.

That’s the number in place, even with Toronto welcoming back Mitch Marner and John Tavares. William Nylander was an injury concern, but present at morning skate. Owen Tippett and Jamie Drysdale, who both had maintenance days on Wednesday, were back at Flyers practice as well.

Toronto won all three head-to-head meetings with the Flyers last season. The Leafs scored 15 goals across those three games, but this is a new year, a new-look Flyers team, and one that could see a ton of Toronto in the next few months. The two teams play three times in the regular season and could potentially face off in the playoffs.

The biggest difference between last year’s Flyers side and this year’s edition is the defensive success, especially on the road. The Flyers are 4-1 in their last five road games and they conceded three goals or less in all of those contests.

During their winning streak, the Flyers have only allowed seven goals, three of which were conceded in a penalty-filled game against the Arizona Coyotes.

Meanwhile, Toronto held five of its last seven opponents to three goals or fewer, but the two high concessions in that span happened after the All-Star break.

You can argue the Flyers’ defense has been stronger and more consistent than the Leafs, and when you look at Toronto’s recent home record of 3-3 with an overtime win mixed in, you have to at least like the Flyers’ chances. If the Flyers win, the under is probably going to hit given their recent play.

The best player prop from either side is likely the goalie saves prop, which sits at 26.5 for both Sam Ersson and Toronto’s Ilya Samsonov at DraftKings. The Flyers and Leafs own two of the five-best shots totals in the NHL.