February 07 2011 09:01AM
Scoring Chances for NHL Game Number 20785
February 03 2011 08:04PM
Scoring Chances for NHL Game Number 20771
The action didn't really pick up until nearly midway into the 2nd period, after MacArthur snuck a shot into the goal with the assistance of a Nik Kulemin screen. The Leafs produced 8 high-quality chances on the night, with Tim Brent having the best chance of all, but he was robbed by Cam Ward in Thomas-esque fashion. Too bad, because he deserved a goal most of all, after his three shot blocks in one shift on the PK while the Leafs were down two men. Reimer had to withstand 7 consecutive Carolina scoring chances in the third period. After that run, Leafs' coach Ron Wilson called a timeout in an attempt to settle the team down. Apparently it worked, as the Leafs outchanced the 'Canes for the rest of the period 9-2, including Kris Versteeg's goal.
February 02 2011 12:34PM
Scoring Chances for NHL Game Number 20751
January 31 2011 06:32PM
Within this post are the scoring chances statistics for each individual Toronto Maple Leaf player while they were on the ice at Even Strength, on the Power Play, and on the Penalty Kill (two-man advantage situations not included), updated at the All-Star break. My previous scoring chance breakdown was posted back on Nov. 27/10, just a little after the first quarter pole of the 2010-11 season. Some things remain constant, like the Grabovski line being the top overall unit on the team, but there have been some interesting shifts as well in the statistics.
January 25 2011 08:55PM
Scoring Chances for NHL Game Number 20729
The Tampa Bay Lightning had a strong first period against the Maple Leafs as they took five of their six high-quality chances on the night and scored their two goals within the first 20 minutes of the game. The Leafs only had one scoring chance in the first, a shot through traffic by Clarke MacArthur. They did rebound with a better 2nd period but were stymied by Dwayne Roloson. At the other end, James Reimer, called up from the Marlies several days ago, faced no fewer than three Martin St. Louis breakaway opportunities, none of them resulting in a goal for Tampa. The Leafs lost (their sixth loss in their last seven games) but certainly through no fault of Reimer, who was solid in net.