Found February 24, 2013 on
What looked promising for the Toronto Maple Leafs a few weeks ago is now a cause for concern. Despite going 7-3-0 in the last ten games, the Leafs find themselves in seventh place in the Eastern Conference, tied with Boston with 22 points.
After losing to Tampa Bay 4-2, the Leafs bounced back and beat the hapless Buffalo Sabres 3-1.
“I just think in tonight’s game we didn’t start very well,” said Leafs head coach, Randy Carlyle after the 3-1 victory. ”We got our skating game going in the second period.”
James Van Reimsdyk scored two goals against the Sabres. Phil Kessel got two assists.
HITTING THE CENTURY MARK: Dion Phaneuf scored his 100th career goal against Buffalo.
There was also a milestone for one of the Leaf’s defenceman. Captain, Dion Phaneuf scored his 100th career goal against the Sabres.
Leaf’s net minder, Ben Scrivens made 31 saves.
The Leafs got off to a good start against Ottawa two nights later when Mikhail Grabovski scored the first goal. Ottawa tied it up at...
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