- Toronto challenges 6 distinct goal-scorers in triumph across Los Angeles.
- Toronto defenceman Rasmus Sandin, takes the elf away from collapsed Los Angeles \ winger Arthur Kaliyev during the second phase of the Maple Leafs’ 6-2 victory over the Kings on Wednesday.
Toronto’s victory over Los Angeles:
John Tavares and Pierre Engvall had a goal and an assist each while Toronto scored four back-to-back goals in the second stage, and the Maple Leafs moved to a 6-2 triumph over the Los Angeles Kings on Wednesday night.
Alexander Kerfoot, Auston Matthews, Jason Spezza and Michael Bunting also scored as the Leafs requited their 5-1 loss to the Kings in Toronto on Nov. 8 with their blowout triumph. Toronto scored four times in a 12 1/2-minute extent of the second, and Bunting scored a fifth exact goal in the third.
Engvall, who had two points in his past 15 matches, began the second-period flurry with his initial goal since the season opener. He finished up with the first multi-point review of his 111-match NHL career.
Sean Durzi had a goal and an assist in his NHL debut for the Kings, who earned the 23-year-old defenceman from his hometown Maple Leafs almost three years ago. Durzi placed up Viktor Arvidsson’s initial goal before adding his own with 3:53 to play, setting a hard shot exactly under the bar.