Game #75 Scoring Chances: Maple Leafs @ Avalanche, Mar. 24/11 (4-3 Win)

Slava Duris
March 25 2011 09:25AM

Scoring Chances for NHL Game Number 21108

James Reimer continues to face more than his fair share of high quality scoring chances, he saw 8 this game and 2 of them found the back of the net.  The Leafs played strong for the first half of the game, leading 7-2 (1 chance against came on a SH breakaway), then the Avalanche dominated the 2nd half of the 2nd period, outchancing Toronto 8-2 and creating 4 high quality scoring chances within that timeframe.  The Leafs held the edge in the 3rd period until the last several minutes of the game, when the Avs pressed hard in search of the tying goal that never came.


Logged Scoring Chances:

Team Pd Time Note TOR Opponent
TOR 1 18:28
3 34 43 46 47 59 26 29 30 36 43 54 5v5
COL 1 12:45 breakaway (A) 16 29 34 36 41 84 6 30 37 44 54
5v4
TOR 1 12:07
2 34 43 46 47 59 3 4 16 30 34 55 5v5
TOR 1 9:31
2 16 29 34 41 84 3 4 9 30 34 54 5v5
TOR 1 9:29 Goal: #41 (A) 16 34 36 41 59 84 3 4 9 30 34 54 5v5
COL 1 6:10
2 19 34 36 81 84 4 6 12 30 37 54 5v5
TOR 2 14:00 #81 8 19 29 34 42 81 6 12 18 30 37 44 5v5
TOR 2 10:30
2 19 34 36 42 81 3 4 9 30 34 54 5v5
TOR 2 10:24 Goal: #42, Assist: #2 2 19 34 36 42 81 3 4 9 30 34 54 5v5
COL 2 7:26
2 34 36 42 46
4 6 23 29 30 37 4v5
COL 2 7:25 Goal (A) 2 34 36 42 46
4 6 23 29 30 37 4v5
TOR 2 7:06
8 16 29 34 41 84 3 9 30 34 44 54 5v5
TOR 2 7:05 #84 8 16 29 34 41 84 3 9 30 34 44 54 5v5
COL 2 6:13
3 19 34 42 59 81 4 12 30 36 37 55 5v5
COL 2 6:03
3 19 34 42 59 81 4 12 30 36 37 55 5v5
COL 2 5:22 (A) 3 19 34 42 46 59 6 23 26 29 30 43 5v5
COL 2 5:17 (A) 3 34 43 46 47 59 6 23 26 29 30 43 5v5
COL 2 5:04 (A) 3 34 43 46 47 59 6 23 26 29 30 43 5v5
COL 2 2:38
8 19 29 34 42 81 9 30 34 36 43 54 5v5
TOR 3 19:34
2 19 34 36 42 81 4 6 9 31 34 54 5v5
TOR 3 17:00 Goal: #81, Assist: #19 (A) 3 19 34 36 42 81 6 31 37 43 54
5v4
COL 3 16:50
2 11 18 34 37 59 23 26 29 31 36 43 5v5
COL 3 14:47 (A) 2 29 34 43 46 47 6 12 30 37 43 55 5v5
TOR 3 13:34
2 19 34 36 42 81 4 23 26 29 30 36 5v5
TOR 3 12:45
3 16 34 41 59 84 4 6 23 26 29 30 5v5
TOR 3 9:26 #18 2 11 18 34 36 37 3 9 16 18 30 43 5v5
COL 3 8:06 Goal (A) 3 19 34 42 59 81 4 6 9 12 30 37 5v5
TOR 3 7:22
3 16 18 34 59 84 4 6 23 26 29 30 5v5
COL 3 2:32
3 16 18 34 37 59 16 30 34 36 37 43 5v5
COL 3 0:46
3 11 18 34 37 59 4 6 9 23 26 37 5v5
COL 3 0:35
3 11 18 34 37 59 4 6 9 23 26 37 5v5
COL 3 0:31 (A) 3 11 18 34 37 59 4 6 9 23 26 37 5v5


Individual Chances-On-Ice For and Against, by Situation:

# Player EV PP SH
2 L. SCHENN 20:11 7 3 1:16 0 0 1:16 0 2
3 D. PHANEUF 20:15 3 10 2:54 1 0 1:19 0 0
8 M. KOMISAREK 10:58 3 1 0:00 0 0 0:27 0 0
11 F. SJOSTROM 12:21 1 4 0:00 0 0 0:00 0 0
16 C. MACARTHUR 14:24 6 1 1:24 0 1 0:00 0 0
18 M. BROWN 12:15 2 5 0:00 0 0 1:05 0 0
19 J. LUPUL 13:58 5 6 2:42 1 0 0:00 0 0
29 M. LASHOFF 11:45 4 2 1:26 0 1 0:00 0 0
34 J. REIMER 52:28 14 14 4:47 1 1 2:45 0 2
36 C. GUNNARSSON 20:24 6 1 2:30 1 1 1:26 0 2
37 T. BRENT 12:59 1 5 0:00 0 0 0:28 0 0
41 N. KULEMIN 14:53 5 0 1:24 0 1 1:01 0 0
42 T. BOZAK 12:53 5 5 2:09 1 0 0:59 0 2
43 N. KADRI 11:42 2 3 1:40 0 0 0:00 0 0
46 J. CRABB 11:29 2 4 0:41 0 0 0:39 0 2
47 D. BOYCE 10:23 2 3 0:55 0 0 0:00 0 0
59 K. AULIE 21:23 5 11 0:48 0 0 1:02 0 0
81 P. KESSEL 14:12 5 5 2:42 1 0 0:00 0 0
84 M. GRABOVSKI 15:55 6 1 1:24 0 1 1:18 0 0


Toronto Chances For and Against, by Period and Situation:

Period Totals EV PP 5v3 PP SH 5v3 SH
1 4 2 4 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0
2 5 8 5 6 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0
3 6 7 5 7 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Totals 15 17 14 14 1 1 0 0 0 2 0 0


+ Even Strength Faceoffs

+ Head-to-Head Icetime at Even Strength

+ Shift Chart

The first Colorado goal came off a fluke play, as did the Leafs first goal (a behind-the-net goal by Kulemin).  I counted neither one as an actual scoring chance.

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Slava Duris started writing at his blog "Under the Helmet of Slava Duris" in May of 2009. He is currently engaged in a project to count scoring chances for the Toronto Maple Leafs this season. Slava chose his moniker in tribute to Vitezslav "Slava" Duris, a defenceman who defected from Czechoslovakia in the early 1980s to play for the Toronto Maple Leafs and was known for wearing one of the goofiest looking helmets in Leafs history.
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