TORONTO MAPLE LEAFS (32-13-3 – 67 Points) vs.
ST. LOUIS BLUES (29-14-6 – 64 Points)
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 2022
1 2 3 FINAL
ST. LOUIS 2 1 3 6
TORONTO 1 2 0 3
- William Nylander scored for Toronto at 15:33 of the first period. Nylander scored his second goal
of the game at 5:30 of the second period. Nylander has recorded 19 goals this season.
- TJ Brodie scored for the Maple Leafs at 17:44 of the second period. Brodie registered his fourth
goal of the season. Brodie has recorded a point in back-to-back games (1G, 1A).
- Alexander Kerfoot posted the primary assist on both of Nylander’s goals. Kerfoot has registered
26 assists this season.
- John Tavares recorded the secondary assist on Nylander’s first goal of the game. Tavares
posted his 29th assist of the season.
- Justin Holl registered the secondary assist on Nylander’s second goal of the game. Holl
recorded his sixth assist of the season.
- David Kämpf posted the primary assist on Brodie’s goal. Kämpf registered his 10th assist of the
season. Kämpf is currently on a three-game point streak where he has recorded three points (2G,
- Ondřej Kaše recorded the secondary assist on Brodie’s goal. Kaše posted his 10th assist of the
- Jack Campbell stopped 28 of 33 shots in tonight’s loss.
SPECIAL TEAMS NOTES
- The Maple Leafs were 0-for-1 on the power play and 1-for-1 on the penalty kill tonight.
- Jake Muzzin (5) and TJ Brodie (4) both tied a season-high in shots during tonight’s game.
- Jake Muzzin was on the ice for a team-high 26 Toronto shot attempts-for at 5-on-5.
- Rasmus Sandin finished the game with a team-high 5-on-5 shot attempt percentage of 71.88
percent (23 for, 9 against).
SHOTS ON GOAL (5-on-5 in brackets)
1st 2nd 3rd TOTAL
ST. LOUIS 12 (9) 12 (12) 10 (9) 34 (30)
TORONTO 9 (9) 12 (11) 16 (15) 37 (35)
SHOT ATTEMPTS (5-on-5 in brackets)
1st 2nd 3rd TOTAL
ST. LOUIS 14 (11) 15 (15) 17 (16) 46 (42)
TORONTO 17 (17) 22 (20) 28 (27) 67 (64)
ON HOME ICE
- Toronto lost their first game on home ice since December 9, 2021 against the Tampa Bay Lightning.
- The Maple Leafs are 18-5-1 at home this season.
- Toronto’s all-time record is 95-97-25-6 in 223 games against the St. Louis Blues and 60-34-11-5 in
110 games played in Toronto.
- Toronto is 15-7-2 against the Western Conference this season and 5-3-2 against the Central Division
- Toronto is 11-9-2 when the opponent scores the first goal of the game.
- The Maple Leafs are 4-6-2 when trailing after one period and 4-2-2 when tied after two periods.
- Toronto is 20-9-2 when outshooting their opponent.
- The Maple Leafs are 9-4-2 in Saturday games.
MAPLE LEAFS LEADERS
Shots 5 (Muzzin)
Shot Attempts 7 (Muzzin, Marner)
Faceoff Wins 14 (Matthews)
Faceoff Win Percentage 100% (Kerfoot – 1 won, 0 lost)
Hits 5 (Simmonds)
Blocked Shots 2 (Kerfoot)
Takeaways 2 (Matthews, Tavares)
TOI 23:10 (Rielly)
Power Play TOI 1:24 (Marner, Matthews, Nylander, Tavares)
Shorthanded TOI 1:30 (Muzzin)
Shifts 26 (Rielly)
5-on-5 Shot Attempt Percentage 71.88% (Sandin – 23 for, 9 against)
Feb. 21 Leafs at Montreal Bell Centre 7:00 pm ET
Feb. 22 Leafs at Columbus Nationwide Arena 7:00 pm ET
Feb. 24 Leafs vs. Minnesota Scotiabank Arena 7:00 pm ET
Feb. 26 Leafs at Detroit Little Caesars Arena 7:30 pm ET
Feb. 28 Leafs at Washington Capital One Arena 7:30 pm ET
March 2 Leafs vs. Buffalo Scotiabank Arena 7:30 pm ET
Stats reflect official NHL stats at the time of distribution. Please consult official NHL game sheets (links
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HEAD COACH SHELDON KEEFE
On tonight’s game:
“Yeah. We didn’t defend well enough to give ourselves a chance to win.”
On Nylander’s two-goal game and the second line’s play:
“Yeah. I had said they had been generating chances and it just seemed like it was just a matter of time
particularly for Will. Those shots that he’s had, where he’s been in behind the defence and kind of alone
with the goalie, he’s had those for a while now and they haven’t gone for him and normally they do and
tonight they did. So that’s a really good sign for him and us.”
On his team’s effort tonight:
“I thought we battled back well there to the beginning of the third but then lost our man there in the d-zone
and then a tip which is sloppy and that’s been happening a bit lately and we need to dial that down.”
On his line playing better of late:
“It started a little bit in Seattle there, I think we got something going and I thought last game we had a lot
of chances but there were a lot of penalties kills out there so we didn’t get out too much. But other than
that, I think we’ve been creating more and more every game which is positive.”
On his team’s effort tonight:
“We knew that they were going to be a rush team and we just didn’t find a way to shut them down on the
On the frustration of taking a too many men penalty:
“Yeah. It happens but we found a way to kill it off so in the end it all equals out.”
On tonight’s loss:
“We lost so it’s not good enough but you know practice tomorrow, work hard and get back at it.”
On how quickly the team can move on:
“It’s something you need to do in this league. You play a lot, a lot of good teams and you need to be
ready when the next game comes