Series (Game 1 of 1)
Toronto leads 1-0
(2-2-1, 5 pts)
(3-1-2, 8 pts)
7:00 PM ET, October 14, 2006
Air Canada Centre, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
M. Sundin (Maple Leafs - C): Goals: 3, Assists: 1
M. Giordano (Flames - D): Goals: 2, Assists: 0
K. Wellwood (Maple Leafs - C): Goals: 0, Assists: 1
Calgary (2-2-0) at Toronto (2-1-2) 7:00 pm EDT
TORONTO (Ticker) -- The Toronto Maple Leafs already might have
some of their more ardent supporters tossing and turning in the
middle of the night.
The unpredictable Leafs, who have played some wacky games
already this season, host the Calgary Flames on Saturday.
Toronto, which opened its season with an uninspired 4-1 loss at
home against the Ottawa Senators on October 4, rebounded the
very next night and unexpectedly hammered the Senators, 6-0, in
After splitting its next two games, Toronto lost a wild 7-6
shootout to the New Jersey Devils on Thursday. Matthew Stajan
had two goals while Alexei Ponikarovsky and Jeff O'Neill each
had a goal and an assist.
Toronto netminder Jean-Sebastien Aubin struggled in allowing six
goals on 30 shots before the shootout commenced.
Calgary started its four-game eastern road trip with a 1-0
victory over the Ottawa Senators on Thursday.
Jarome Iginla score the game's only goal at 11:25 of the third
period off a setup from Kristian Huselius and Matthew Lombardi
while Miikka Kiprusoff made 33 saves in recording his 18th
The Flames, despite being 2-2-0, have only scored five goals
this season but have only surrendered eight.