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I had a good feeling before the Toronto Maple Leafs faced Ottawa this weekend that they were going to bounce back from their 3-1 loss to Carolina.
On the night that the Leafs organization honored the 1963 Stanley Cup Champions, Toronto shut out the Senators 3-0. A perfect end for a special night.
Ben Scrivens got his first NHL shut out against Ottawa
Leaf’s goaltender, Ben Scrivens was amazing between the pipes, making a total of 34 saves and recorded his first NHL shut out. He was the reason the Leafs were able to hold on to their one goal lead in the second period. Toronto played somewhat sloppy during the period, giving up a substantial amount of shots. Leaf’s head coach, Randy Carlyle noted that his team tried to be too cute with their plays in the second (period).
The Leafs played much better in the third period and scored two more goals. The third goal was an empty netter by John-Michael Liles who shot it from the Leaf’s zone.
With this victory, the Leafs have won five of...
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It took 19 games for goaltender Ben Scrivens to earn his first NHL shutout and just one more game to get his second.
The Maple Leafs overcame a sluggish start and defeated the struggling Florida Panthers 3-0 at the BB&T Center in Sunrise, FL, as Scrivens made 37 saves for his fourth win of the season.
Phil Kessel, Nazem Kadri and Clarke MacArthur scored for the Leafs,...
It wasn't pretty at times, but the play of netminder Ben Scrivens' en route to his first National Hockey League shutout handed the Toronto Maple Leafs a decisive three-goal victory over division rival Ottawa on Hockey Night in Canada.
Scrivens, playing in relief of the injured James Reimer, stopped all thirty-four shots he faced, including twenty-nine over the final two...
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By Amy Fetherolf (@afetherolf)
Goalie stats pulled from Monday February 11, 2013 through Sunday February 17, 2013.
1. Ben Scrivens – After James Reimer was injured during the Leafs’ game against the Flyers, Scrivens was fantastic in relief, stopping 32 of 33 shots he faced to preserve the 5-2 win. He continued his strong play for the rest...
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The Maple Leafs 3-0 victory over Ottawa on Saturday was the type of winning effort that Toronto fans are not accustomed to seeing.
The injury riddled Senators, without stars Jason Spezza and Erik Karlsson outhustled and outchanced the Blue and White, but thanks to fortuitous deflections by Frazer McLaren and Tyler Bozak, an empty netter from John-Michael Liles and a stellar 34...