Gardiner Gets Three Assists In A Wild Night In Toronto

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A recap of last night's Anaheim/Toronto game.

Submitted: February 06, 2018

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Leaf's Jake Gardiner, (left) got three assists in 7-4 win over the Ducks last night

It was a wild night in Toronto as the Maple Leafs defeated the Anaheim Ducks in a really offensive game 7-4.

Auston Matthews started things off for the Leafs with a goal at 6:32 of the first period.

In the second period, there was six goals scored.

Just 43 seconds into the period, Ryan Getzlaf tied the game 1-1.

William Nylander put the Leafs ahead again at 5:52.

Leaf's goalie, Frederik Andersen left the game at 6:15 of the second period after Duck's player, Corey Perry accidently clipped him on his mask with his skate blade.

Word has it that Andersen wasn't seriously injured.

Curtis McElhinney took over goaltending duties for the rest of the game.

At 8:23 of the period, Rickard Rakell tied the game 2-2.

The Ducks went ahead for the first time of the game at 11:06, thanks to Ondrej Kase.

Mitch Marner tied the game up at 15:28.

Leo Komarov put the Leafs ahead again at 17:40 of the second period.

The scoring continued in the third period.

Rakell scored his second goal of the game at 2:07.

Nylander put the Leafs ahead for good at 3:28 with his second goal of the goal of the game.

Matthews scored again at 16:49.

Zach Hyman put the game on ice with an empty-netter at 19:06.

Both Matthews and Nylander finished the night with to points.

Leaf's defenseman, Jake Gardiner had three assists.

Perry ended the night with four assists.

Duck's goalie, Ryan Miller stopped 33 shots last night.

Toronto hosts the Nashville Predators tomorrow night.

 


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