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Topic - Tyler Bozak
Nick Bjugstad snapped out of his scoring slump and spoiled Drew MacIntyre's first NHL start.
Don't write off the New Jersey Devils' playoff chances, just yet.
Randy Carlyle acknowledged the standing ovation with a brief wave of his hand, thanking the Anaheim fans in his usual understated manner for their appreciation of his tenure behind the Ducks' bench.
Andrei Markov scored in the sixth round of the shootout, and the Montreal Canadiens beat the NHL-leading Anaheim Ducks 4-3 Wednesday night for their sixth victory in eight games.
Martin St. Louis' day started way better than it finished.
The Toronto Maple Leafs are tightening the race for second place in the Atlantic Division.
Phil Kessel left most of his talking on the ice, but saved a little more for the dressing room.
Randy Carlyle said it was the best performance he had seen in a long time. Yup, it was one of those nights for Nazem Kadri.
Three straight goals and Jonathan Bernier in net was enough for Toronto to hold a third-period lead in Boston this time.
The Toronto Maple Leafs finally got their first win since the Winter Classic, though it wasn't without its tense moments.
Tyler Bozak scored the winning shootout goal and Jonathan Bernier made two saves in the heart-pounding final moments, lifting the Toronto Maple Leafs to a 3-2 victory over Detroit at the snowy Winter Classic in front of the largest crowd to watch a hockey game.
Tyler Bozak became the second player in Toronto Maple Leafs' history to score a goal with his team skating two men short.
"It's the first one since we're officially out, so it's tough. That's no excuse, we've got to have more pride than that," Bozak said.
Center Tyler Bozak told his followers: "Roads closed in new jersey stuck on the bussss.