Final

Series (Game 1 of 4)

Toronto leads 3-1

Game 1: Tuesday, October 11th
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Game 2: Saturday, October 22nd
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Game 3: Tuesday, March 28th
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Game 4: Saturday, April 8th
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Flyers 2

(1-2-0, 2 pts)

Maple Leafs 4

(1-1-2, 4 pts)

Coverage: TSN

7:30 PM ET, October 11, 2005

Air Canada Centre, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

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TOR 1 1 24

M. Tellqvist (Maple Leafs - G): Saves: 31, Save Pct.: .939

J. O'Neill (Maple Leafs - RW): Goals: 1, Assists: 1

E. Lindros (Maple Leafs - C): Goals: 1, Assists: 0

Philadelphia (1-1-0) at Toronto (0-1-2) 7:30 pm EDT

Philadelphia (1-1-0) at Toronto (0-1-2), 7:30 pm EDT

TORONTO (Ticker) -- Eric Lindros plays against the Philadelphia Flyers for the first time as a member of the Toronto Maple Leafs when the teams meet on Tuesday

The 1995 Hart Trophy winner with the Flyers, Lindros scored 290 goals in eight seasons for Philadelphia before sitting out 2000-2001 with a head injury.

Unable to bring the Stanley Cup to Philadelphia, Lindros was plagued by concussions and had an unpleasant parting of the ways with the Flyers before spending three seasons with the New York Rangers.

Lindros was one of three Toronto players who were unable to score in the shootout of Monday's 6-5 loss to the Ottawa Senators. Brian McCabe had a goal and two assists for the Maple Leafs, who have had third-period leads in all three games without a win.

After opening the season with a loss at home to the Rangers, Philadelphia bounced back by scoring five unanswered goals in Friday's 5-2 triumph over the New Jersey Devils.

Simon Gagne scored twice for the Flyers and goaltender Antero Niitymaki stopped 26 shots to raise his NHL record to 4-0.

The teams will be meeting for the first time since Philadelphia ousted Toronto in six games in the second round of the 2003-2004 playoffs.

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