Suglobov, who also scored in Toronto's 5-1 home win over
Montreal on Friday night, opened the scoring with a sharp-angled
shot past Carey Price early in the second.
Suglobov assisted on Jeremy Williams' goal that put the Maple
Leafs (3-1) up 3-2 with 3:59 left in the second and set up Stajan
that gave Toronto the lead with 6:07 left in the third. Kyle
Wellwood also scored for Toronto, and Andrew Raycroft made 32
Montreal's Saku Koivu scored his first goal since suffering a
serious eye injury in the playoffs, connecting early in the second
period. He also assisted on Michael Ryder's goal a minute into the
third that tied it at 3.