In front of a cheering crowd Toronto had no difficulty defeating Chicago
by a final score of 7 to 4. Toronto had 3 power play goals. Toronto
scored 3 goals in the second period. SIDNEY CROSBY scored once and passed
for four assists for Toronto. And PATRIC HORNQVIST scored twice and contributed
one assist. Others who scored were STEVEN STAMKOS, WAYNE SIMMONDS, SAM
BENNETT and MARK GIORDANO for Chicago and CLAUDE GIROUX, JASON CHIMERA,
RYAN McDONAGH and JAMES van RIEMSDYK for Toronto.
On their home ice Toronto won a shootout against St. Louis by a final
tally of 7 to 6. The shootout’s game deciding goal was scored by JAMES
van RIEMSDYK. Toronto was 2 for 2 in shootout attempts, while St. Louis
went 0 for 2. The game was all offense with the lamp being lit a total
of 13 times. Toronto scored 4 goals in the second period. FILIP FORSBERG
scored twice on 9 shots and passed for two assists for St. Louis. And
PATRIC HORNQVIST found the net twice for Toronto. Also EVANDER KANE had
two goals. Other goal scorers were MIKAEL GRANLUND, OLIVER EKMAN-LARSSON,
JUSTIN FAULK and BRENT BURNS for St. Louis and BRYAN LITTLE and JASON
CHIMERA for Toronto.
In a close game, Toronto won over Buffalo by a final score of 4 to 2.
SCOTT HARTNELL had two goals for Toronto. Others who scored were JEAN-GABRIEL
PAGEAU and JIRI HUDLER for Buffalo and BRYAN LITTLE and JAMES van RIEMSDYK
for Toronto. With the victory Toronto now has 7 wins and 17 points on
In front of a cheering crowd Toronto won a shootout against New Jersey
by the score of 3 to 2. The shootout’s game deciding goal was recorded
by BRYAN LITTLE. Toronto was 2 for 3 in shootout attempts, while New
Jersey went 1 for 3. Goal scorers were NICK BONINO and ALEX PETROVIC
for New Jersey and CLAUDE GIROUX and JUSTIN WILLIAMS for Toronto.
The visiting team from San Jose had no difficulty defeating Toronto by
the final tally of 4 to 1. San Jose quieted the crowd early, scoring
3 times in the first period. ALEKSANDER BARKOV scored twice and contributed
one assist for San Jose. CAM TALBOT was outstanding in goal. He made
just one mistake while facing 44 shots. Others registering goals were
TYLER SEGUIN and VLADIMIR TARASENKO for San Jose and SIDNEY CROSBY for Toronto.