If the Leafs win Friday Night in New York they will have reached the 4 win mark 37 days earlier than they did last season. This doesn't necessarily mean that Toronto is marching on to playoff glory (though they most certainly will,) but this is a nice step towards making sure that the Bruins will picking in the middle of the first round instead of the top five.
As far as the game itself goes, Lundqvist will be the toughest goaltender that the Leafs have faced this season, and should be a solid test for super snipers Tim Brent and Clarke MacArthur. Colton Orr is apparently healthy enough to go, but I'm not sure whether he's healthy enough for taking on Jody Shelley Derek Boogaard yet. On a much more hopeful note, we might get a Phaneuf vs. Avery battle. Aside from Gaborik the Rangers lineup doesn't invoke much fear offensively, but I guess the same is said about Toronto and Kessel, nonetheless barring a complete defensive disaster the Leafs should be able to contain the awesome power of an Eric Christensen powered attack.
Alas, the game is not televised in the backwards world of Alberta, so I'll be partaking in the internet feed. Feel free to drop me a line on twitter while I curse my laggy internet connection and feel vaguely pathetic for getting drunk at my computer.