In his seventh season with Toronto, Quinn will join Hall of
Famers Punch Imlach (760) and Hap Day (546) as the only coaches
to guide the Maple Leafs in 500 contests.
A former coach at Philadelphia, Los Angeles and Vancouver, Quinn
will also coach his 1,244th game, the most among active coaches
and fourth all-time, trailing Hall of Famers Scotty Bowman
(2,141), Al Arbour (1,606) and Dick Irvin (1,449).
Ken Klee scored on the power play in the final minute of
overtime Thursday to lead Toronto to its fourth consecutive
victory, a 5-4 triumph over the Carolina Hurricanes.
Defenseman Bryan McCabe leads the Maple Leafs with nine assists
and 11 points and has been one of the main reasons Toronto has
scored 16 times on 56 power-play chances.
Philadelphia returns to action after a week off and has won its
last two contests, including a 5-1 victory over the New York
Islanders last Saturday.
Michal Handzus scored twice and Simon Gagne picked up a goal for
a career-high fifth consecutive game for the Flyers, who had a
46-20 edge in shots.
Robert Esche is expected to be in goal for Philadelphia and
defenseman Chris Therien is due back in the lineup after
missing three games with back spasms.
Jeff O'Neill's tiebreaking goal in the third period helped
Toronto post a 4-2 victory over Philadelphia in their previous
meeting October 11.