Leafs Break Franchise Record With 46th Win

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

Submitted: March 29, 2018

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Submitted: March 29, 2018




The Toronto Maple Leafs have done it.

Last night the Leafs won their 46th game of the season, breaking the franchise record as Toronto defeated the Florida Panthers 4-3.

Toronto also broke the franchise record for home wins in a season with 27.

Mitch Marner kicked things off for the Leafs scoring just 3:05 into the first period.

Marner finished the night with two points.

Auston Matthews made it 2-0 Leafs at 9:34, scoring his 30th goal of the season.

Patrick Marleau put Toronto ahead by three goals at 13:55.

The Panthers finally got on the scoreboard at 17:49 of the first, (period), with a goal by Jonathan Huberdeau.

 Huberdeau scored again at 15:08 of the second period.

James Van Riemsdyk put Toronto ahead by two goals again at 11:48 of the third period.

The Panthers scored their last goal of the game at 18:34.

Leaf's goalie, Frederik Andersen stopped 30 shots last night.

Andersen's counter-part, Roberto Luongo stopped 31 shots.

Toronto heads off to New York to face the Islanders tomorrow night. 

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