TORONTO MAPLE LEAFS (35-14-7 – 77 Points) vs.
WINNIPEG JETS (30-23-3 – 63 Points)
FRIDAY, MAY 14, 2021
ON THE SCORESHEET
- Pierre Engvall opened the scoring for the Maple Leafs at 7:15 of the first period. Engvall has recorded four goals over his last five games played. He has 12 points (7-5-12) in 42 games played this season. He has recorded six points (2-4-6) in 21 games on the road. The Maple Leafs were 4-2-1 when Engvall records a goal this season.
- Ilya Mikheyev registered the primary assist on Engvall’s first period goal and later scored the second Toronto goal of the game at 5:25 of the second period. Tonight’s game is Mikheyev’s second multi-point game of the season. He has recorded 12 (4-8-12) of his 18 points on the road this season. He has five points (2-3-5) in nine games played against the Jets in 2020-21.
- Alex Galchenyuk had the secondary assist on Engvall’s first period goal. Galchenyuk has three points (1-2-3) over his last five games. He has three points (2-1-3) in nine games against the Jets this season. He has recorded four points (2-2-4) in six games during the month of May.
- Jake Muzzin recorded the primary assist on Mikheyev’s second period goal. Muzzin has assists (6) and points (1-6-7) in five consecutive games. He has recorded 16 (3-13-16) of his 27 points on the road in 2020-21. In 10 games against the Jets this season, he has registered five points (1-4-5).
- Alex Kerfoot had the secondary assist on Mikheyev’s second period goal. He has assists (2) in two consecutive games. In 10 games against Winnipeg in 2020-21, he has registered five points (2-3-5). He ranks ninth among Maple Leafs in even-strength points (7-13-20).
- Jack Campbell stopped 20 of the 23 shots he faced in the loss.
SHOTS ON GOAL (5-on-5 in brackets)
|TORONTO||10 (10)||11 (8)||14 (10)||–||35 (28)|
|WINNIPEG||10 (7)||10 (10)||4 (3)||–||24 (20)|
SHOT ATTEMPTS (5-on-5 in brackets)
|TORONTO||14 (14)||22 (18)||23 (18)||–||59 (50)|
|WINNIPEG||15 (11)||19 (18)||7 (6)||–||41 (35)|
ON THE ROAD AGAIN
|Record on the Road||17-7-4 (28 Games)|
|All-Time Record vs. Winnipeg||40-23-1-9 (73 Games)|
|All-Time Record vs. Winnipeg on the Road||21-11-0-5 (37 Games)|
MAPLE LEAFS LEADERS
|Shot Attempts||10 (Tavares)|
|Faceoff Wins||8 (Tavares)|
|Faceoff Win Percentage||100% (Thornton – 2 won, 0 lost)|
|Blocked Shots||1 (Five players tied)|
|Takeaways||1 (Engvall, Galchenyuk, Spezza)|
|Power Play TOI||3:26 (Rielly)|
|Shorthanded TOI||1:15 (Holl)|
|5-on-5 Shot Attempt Percentage||70.8% (Kerfoot – 17 for, 7 against)|
|Lead after 1||18-4-4|
|Tied after 2||9-3-1|
|Do not score a power play goal||19-10-3|
|Do not allow a power play goal||25-3-4|
- With a 35-14-7 record, the Maple Leafs finish the season with a .688 points percentage, which is the highest single-season mark in franchise history.
- The Maple Leafs were 1-for-1 on the penalty kill and 0-for-2 on the power play tonight.
- Adam Brooks and Alex Kerfoot were the lone Maple Leafs to not start a 5-on-5 shift in the offensive zone.
- Justin Holl and Jake Muzzin were on the ice for a team-high 21 shot attempts for at 5-on-5. Holl finished the game with a 5-on-5 shot attempt percentage of 63.6 percent (21 for, 12 against), while Muzzin had a 5-on-5 shot attempt percentage of 60 percent (21 for, 14 against).
- Jason Spezza was 4-for-4 (100%) in the faceoff circle against Winnipeg centre Nate Thompson.
- John Tavares won 63 percent (5 won, 3 lost) of his offensive zone faceoffs.
- Thursday, May 20, 7:30 p.m. vs. Montreal Canadiens (Stanley Cup Playoffs)
Stats reflect official NHL stats at the time of distribution. Please consult official NHL game sheets (links above) to confirm no statistical changes were made.