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The Toronto Maple Leafs erased a 4-2 second-period deficit, and proceeded to pick up the extra point in the shootout courtesy Mason Raymond and Tyler Bozak. With the win, the Maple Leafs remain undefeated on the season (3-0-0). The performance on Ottawa's end could more or less be divided by two sides: those who played on the Kyle Turris line, and those who did not. I thought the aforementio...
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