WASHINGTON CAPITALS (9-2-3 – 21 Points) 4 vs.
TORONTO MAPLE LEAFS (6-5-3 – 15 Points) 3. (OT)
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 29, 2019
ON THE SCORESHEET
- Andreas Johnsson opened the scoring for the Maple Leafs at 0:40 of the first period. His goal is the fastest goal to open a game scored by the Maple Leafs this season (Previous: 4:37 – Kapanen, Oct. 16 at WSH). Johnsson has goals (2) in two consecutive games. He has three points (1-2-3) in four games against Metropolitan Division opponents this season.
- Auston Matthews had the lone assist on Johnsson’s first period goal and later scored Toronto’s second goal of the night at 19:27 of the second period. He scored the third Maple Leafs goal of the game at 1:46 of the third period. Tonight’s game is Matthews’ third multi-goal game of the season and fifth multi-point game of the season. He has 36 goals in 46 career games during the month of October. Matthews has points (4-1-5) in three consecutive games. He has registered 14 points (10-4-14) in nine home games this season.
- Tyson Barrie registered the primary assist on Matthews’ second period goal. Barrie has registered all five of his assists on home ice against Eastern Conference opponents this season.
- Morgan Rielly collected the secondary assist on Matthews’ second period goal. Rielly has assists (2) in two consecutive games and points (1-2-3) in three consecutive games. He has four assists in four games against Metropolitan Division opponents this season.
- William Nylander recorded the primary assist on Matthews’ third period goal. He has four points (1-3-4) over his last five games. He has seven points (3-4-7) in nine home games this season.
- Mitch Marner had the secondary assist on Matthews’ third period goal. Marner has assists (4) in three consecutive games. He has five points (2-3-5) in four games against Metropolitan Division opponents this season.
- Frederik Andersen stopped 30 shots in the overtime loss.
SHOTS ON GOAL (5-on-5 in brackets)
|WASHINGTON||7 (3)||8 (7)||13 (10)||6 (0)||34 (20)|
|TORONTO||7 (4)||10 (6)||9 (4)||0 (0)||26 (14)|
SHOT ATTEMPTS (5-on-5 in brackets)
|WASHINGTON||13 (7)||15 (11)||22 (16)||11 (0)||61 (34)|
|TORONTO||16 (6)||24 (15)||16 (10)||0 (0)||56 (31)|
NO PLACE LIKE HOME
|Record on the Road||4-2-3 (9 Games)|
|All-Time Record vs. Washington||63-71-10-5 (149 Games)|
|All-Time Record vs. Washington at Home||38-27-6-2 (73 Games)|
|Record vs. Eastern Conference||4-4-3 (11 Games)|
|Record vs. Metropolitan Division||1-1-2 (4 Games)|
MAPLE LEAFS LEADERS
|Shots||4 (Matthews, Nylander)|
|Shot Attempts||7 (Marner, Rielly)|
|Faceoff Wins||15 (Kerfoot)|
|Faceoff Win Percentage||100% (Mikheyev, Nylander – 1 won, 0 lost)|
|Blocked Shots||2 (Holl)|
|Takeaways||2 (Mikheyev, Rielly)|
|Power Play TOI||10:10 (Rielly)|
|Shorthanded TOI||7:12 (Ceci)|
|5-on-5 Shot Attempt Percentage||66.7% (Muzzin – 2 for, 1 against)|
|Tied after 1||1-1-2|
|Tied after 2||1-3-1|
|Score 1 power play goal||1-2-2|
|Allow multiple power play goals||0-1-1|
|Outshot by opponent||1-3-3|
- The Maple Leafs went 5-for-7 on the penalty kill and 1-for-8 on the power play tonight.
- Alex Kerfoot won 67 percent (8 won, 4 lost) of his faceoffs when matched up with Washington centre Nicklas Backstrom.
- Morgan Rielly was on the ice for a team-high 18 Toronto shot attempts-for. He finished the game with a shot attempt percentage of 51.4 percent (18 for, 17 against).
- Nick Shore won 75 percent (6 won, 2 lost) of his defensive zone faceoffs.
- Jason Spezza was the lone Maple Leaf to not start a 5-on-5 shift in the offensive zone.
- Saturday, November 2, 7:00 p.m. at Philadelphia Flyers (Sportsnet, FAN 590)
- Tuesday, November 5, 7:30 p.m. vs. Los Angeles Kings (TSN4, TSN 1050)
- Thursday, November 7, 7:30 p.m. vs. Vegas Golden Knights (Sportsnet Ontario, FAN 590)
- Saturday, November 9, 7:00 p.m. vs. Philadelphia Flyers (Sportsnet, TSN 1050)
- Sunday, November 10, 7:00 p.m. at Chicago Blackhawks (Sportsnet, FAN 590)