Final

Series (Game 3 of 4)

Toronto leads 4-0

Game 1: Tuesday, December 27th
Maple Leafs3Final
OT
Penguins2
Game 2: Monday, January 2nd
Penguins2Final
OT
Maple Leafs3
Game 3: Sunday, March 19th
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Penguins0
Game 4: Tuesday, April 18th
Penguins3Final
Maple Leafs5

Maple Leafs 1

(31-30-6, 68 pts)

Penguins 0

(17-39-12, 46 pts)

7:30 PM ET, March 19, 2006

Mellon Arena, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

1 2 3 T
TOR 0 0 11
PIT 0 0 00

M. Tellqvist (Maple Leafs - G): Saves: 21, Save Pct.: 1.000

M. Fleury (Penguins - G): Saves: 22, Save Pct.: .957

C. Kilger (Maple Leafs - LW): Goals: 1, Assists: 0

Toronto (30-30-6) at Pittsburgh (17-38-12) 7:30 pm EST

Toronto (30-30-6) at Pittsburgh (17-38-12) 7:30 pm EST

PITTSBURGH (Ticker) -- If the Toronto Maple Leafs are planning to end their seven-game road losing streak, they could not have picked a better place to do it.

Toronto tries to keep its playoff hopes alive and snap its two-game skid Sunday when they meet the woeful Pittsburgh Penguins.

The Maple Leafs have won their last six games in the "Steel City" and are tied for 10th place in the Eastern Conference, five points in back of Montreal for the final postseason berth.

Jason Allison scored twice and Tomas Kaberle added a pair of assists for Toronto in Saturday's 5-2 loss to the New York Rangers.

Although they have the league's worst record and just nine victories in 34 home games, the Penguins have shown some life lately, winning three of their last four.

John LeClair and Ryan Malone had a goal and two assists apiece for the Penguins in Saturday's 5-4 victory over the Canadiens.

Sidney Crosby registered his 44th assist, but trails Washington's Alexander Ovechkin by nine points in the rookie scoring race.

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