March 09 2011 08:35AM
Scoring Chances for NHL Game Number 20993
The Leafs were outchanced 25-17 in the game but fortunately snagged a point with a regulation tie (not so lucky in OT, of course). Toronto picked up at least one point in each of their four games against the Long Islanders this year, with a seasonal record of 2-0-2. The Isles came slightly ahead in the overall scoring chances count, 73-68.
March 07 2011 06:11PM
Scoring Chances for NHL Game Number 20977
March 04 2011 08:54AM
Scoring Chances for NHL Game Number 20959
Lots of chances both ways in this one, a very entertaining, heart-wrenching game. The Leafs were outplayed at even strength and gave up 17 scoring chances to the Flyers, but kept up by gaining a high number of minutes on the PP (and it definitely could've been even more if not for several non-calls by the refs). Toronto's special teams were clicking tonight. The PP did give up 4 chances to the Flyers' PK but garnered 7 of their own including several high quality scoring chances (2 by Kessel, 1 by Grabovski). And the PK limited Philly to just 2 chances in 5:45 which constitutes a successful night.
March 03 2011 09:09AM
Scoring Chances for NHL Game Number 20952
February 28 2011 07:32PM
Scoring Chances for NHL Game Number 20934
The Leafs came out with a fairly strong effort in the first period, slow start aside, and were ahead 2-0 on the strength of an 8-5 lead in scoring chances. However, the team completely ran out of steam after the midway point of the 2nd period, as the Thrashers pressed hard to outchance the Leafs 10-2 at even strength for the rest of the game, with a whopping 17-3 edge in all situations from that point on. I wouldn't hang this OT loss on Giguere, even though he did allow all 3 of the goals scored by Atlanta. His defence was of little help to him. Schenn and Gunnarsson, in particular, struggled mightily.