NYR – Lewis Morgan 17’ (Patryk Klimala, Frankie Amaya)

NYR – Lewis Morgan 24’ (Patryk Klimala, Omir Fernandez)

TOR – Jesús Jiménez 35’ (Luca Petrasso)

NYR – Lewis Morgan 40’ (Patryk Klimala)

NYR – Aaron Long 42’ (Frankie Amaya)


NYR – Dylan Nealis 31’ (caution)

TOR – Carlos Salcedo 61’ (caution)

NYR – Patryk Klimala 67’ (caution)

NYR – Sean Nealis 86’ (caution)


Toronto FC                   0-1-1                1 point

New York Red Bulls       2-0-0                6 points


TORONTO FC – Alex Bono; Jahkeele Marshall-Rutty (Kadin Chung 70’), Shane O’Neill, Carlos Salcedo (Lukas MacNaughton 80’), Jacob Shaffelburg (Ifunanyachi Achara 46’); Michael Bradley (C) (Ralph Priso 80’), Jonathan Osorio, Alejandro Pozuelo; Jayden Nelson (Noble Okello 70’), Luca Petrasso, Jesús Jiménez

Substitutes Not Used: Quentin Westberg, Chris Mavinga, Deandre Kerr, Jordan Perruzza

NEW YORK RED BULLS – Carlos Coronel; Aaron Long (C) (Tom Edwards 66’), Sean Nealis, Dylan Nealis; Lewis Morgan, Frankie Amaya (Daniel Edelman 89’), Dru Yearwood, John Tolkin; Tom Barlow (Serge Ngoma 83’), Omir Fernandez (Caden Clark 66’), Patryk Klimala (Zach Ryan 89’)

Substitutes Not Used: Ryan Meara, Lucas Monzón


  • Jesús Jiménez scored his first goal for Toronto FC.
  • Luca Petrasso made his Toronto FC debut and registered his first assist for the Reds.
  • Kadin Chung and Lukas MacNaughton also made their debuts for Toronto FC.


Bob, in the first half to start with, it looked like things are going pretty well on offense. Petrasso was doing some great things down the flank. Was this just a case of the Red Bulls punishing you on mistakes?

Yeah, there were good things in the first half, but it’s impossible to then say we’re playing well when we’re down 4-1 at half. They punished us twice with just a ball that comes loose on our left side, and then a cut back towards the edge of the box to Morgan. I thought we did well to get back to 2-1.

I still felt like we were finding good spaces in the game, controlling some of the midfield. The third goal off of our attacking corner is a real killer, and then we top it off with the goal on the lateral free kick.

So a really tough day. We can’t speak about positives because, at the end of it all, it’s just not good enough in the balance. You look hard at it and you work through it and be ready for next week.

Just wanted to get your evaluation of Luca Petrasso on the day. Especially he started up front in the first half, and then you moved him back in the fullback position. What did you see from him today?

In the first half, he was really bright. That’s what we’ve seen of him lately. I think he took the opportunity to start. A lot of our attack in the first half came down our left side through him. So a really positive day.

When he went to left back, yeah, there’s a few moments now defensively where in certain moments he got caught on the wrong side of a guy, and we got to work through some details, but happy for him. I thought especially the first half was very good.

When you have two young players like Jacob and Jahkeele learning a new position, what kind of lessons do you hope they take out of a difficult day like today?

Specific details, I need to go back through. But certainly it’s — games against Red Bull are different because you feel like you’ve got, in some moments, control of the game. But then the ball gets knocked forward, and then very quickly off of a second ball they’ve got guys running. And there’s also moments where the game becomes pretty physical.

So I think that in both situations, just the ability to deal with plays quickly, make good decisions, physically be ready to — do you go in to win the ball? Do you go in to control the man? So those are the kinds of things I’m thinking about right now.

Bob, I just wanted to sort of get your view on Jayden and Jahkeele, who obviously started in Dallas. This was only their second start of the season. What did you see from them?

In both games, I think Jayden has shown energy, has had an ability in some moments to get away from people. Haven’t yet gotten the final moments right in terms of whether he can shift down, make the right pass, whether he’s going to be able to create a chance for himself. So some of those little things — well, they’re not little. The end of the plays, I think, are still where we’ve got to continue to push Jayden.

Jahkeele, has done really well as a young player on the right side. He finds good ways to join in the attack. If he gets pressed, he can dribble by the man. He can dribble inside. He can make passes.

There’s some moments defensively in this game in terms of positioning, and I mention again the physical part. Is it a ball that you can win? Can you see it a little faster? Or is it a moment where you’re not going to get there and you’ve got to have a better way to control the man?

What’s your message to the guys after a day like this? We saw you having a little bit of a chat with Jahkeele as he came off.

My message to Jahkeele is that I think he’s going to be a really good player. I have complete confidence in him and that we’re going to learn from little things that happen on days like today and we’re going to keep pushing him forward. But he’s doing a lot of great things, and I want him to stay strong. Together we can keep pushing him.

For the group, I said, look, we’ll come in on Monday. We’ll have a better idea of certain things that we want to talk about. But I have confidence that we’re going to become a really good team. But a good team still on certain days where maybe something goes against you, your response. We really hurt ourselves by the two — the third and the fourth goals. That’s where we really killed ourselves.

If we go in 2-1 is at halftime having responded well with a real chance to look at a few things, I think the second half gives us a real opportunity. But to give up the three and four before half and put ourselves down 4-1, that is the biggest thing that happens today, that we completely let ourselves down and let the game get away from us.


Congratulations on the debut. I appreciate that the result wasn’t how you would have wanted to turn the debut. Overall, what was it like out there for you playing in your first Toronto game, especially after the halftime switch where Bob switched you back to left fullback.

I thought it was very cool. I was obviously quite a bit nervous before the game. I had all my family there watching. It was amazing. I thought it was amazing, the atmosphere was amazing. Just really excited to get going and get my opportunity to play.

Yeah, I started off on the left wing, but I thought I did quite well. Obviously, we didn’t get the result. Obviously, (we need to) bounce back in the next game.

We saw you over in the stands. I’m guessing that was your family that you were saying hello to after the game. When did you sort of find out you were going to be getting the start today?

Yeah, that was my family that I went up to after the game. They came closer to the field to say hi, congratulate me on my debut. So that was very nice of them.

I kind of knew in the beginning of the week. I was training with the starting lineup in their training sessions, and we do 11 v. 11, I was put up as a left winger. So I think I had an idea that I was going to be playing this game, and then as the week went on, I was consistently there and training with them.

So I kind of had to get my head wrapped around it to go. But I played wing in the past, and obviously an attacking fullback, a wing back. So I was quite comfortable to play in that position.

Luca, just congrats again on the debut. As someone who’s played most of your life with TFC Academy, TFC II, now the first team, can you describe your emotions coming into this and playing in front of an almost packed field? Is that the moment you’ve been looking forward to for quite some time?

Thank you. To be honest, I was very nervous. I saw all the fans when we were walking onto the field. But to be honest, it’s a dream come true. I remember when I was a little kid, I would do the ball boys in the MLS Cup Playoffs and MLS Finals. So I had that dream of playing on the field and playing with the players I’m playing with now, a lot of players I look up to and hope to have amazing careers like them.

But it’s a dream come true honestly to play in front of my family, in front of the fans. Obviously, it’s just the first game, but to keep on focusing and working to play many more to come.

How have you found the sort of step up to MLS? I know you’ve had this goal in mind for a long time, but to have to take those final preparations to be ready for it, how have you found that?

Not too difficult. I’ve trained with a lot of the players over the past years and preseason and during the years when I was a TFC II player or coming up from the Academy, I’ve gotten opportunities to train with the team and with the club and be a part of that environment.

But I have a lot of great players and great people at the club and the staff that helped me along the way, a lot of players that I played with growing up through the academy. So I think it’s a great group of guys that can help me along the way, and I’ll keep getting better and better each day.


In the beginning of the game, Toronto seemed to be doing fairly well on the offense, and you had more of the ball. Was it a shock that you went into halftime trailing 4-1?

Yeah, of course, it was shocking and surprising to see that. We enter the game with all the positive momentum that we wanted to win the game, with the idea of controlling the game, having possession of the ball. But the other team had opportunities, and they scored those goals.

That’s the way soccer is. It’s difficult. At the end of the day when you’re down 4-1, every play gets even harder. And when you make mistakes, it gets even worse. So it was a difficult day for us, of course, but there isn’t much I can say. It was a bad day for us.




2021-22 Matchups vs. Vancouver: Second of Two
2021-22 Record vs. Vancouver: 0-1-0
Toronto Season Record: 35-15-4
Toronto Home Record: 19-6

TV: Sportsnet RADIO: TSN 1050

March 4, 2022
The Maple Leafs have recalled defenceman Mac Hollowell from the
Toronto Marlies (AHL).
February 25, 2022
The Maple Leafs have recalled forward Nick Robertson from the Toronto
Marlies (AHL).
February 24, 2022
The Maple Leafs have recalled forward Kyle Clifford from the Toronto
Marlies (AHL).

Score: Toronto 1 vs. Buffalo 5
Date: Wednesday, March 2, 2022
TOR Goals: Sandin
BUF Goals: Bryson, Olofsson, Thompson, Skinner, Okposo
TOR Goaltender: Mrazek, 26/31, .839 SV%
BUF Goaltender: Anderson, 29/30, .967 SV%
TOR Power Play: 0-for-1
TOR Penalty Kill: 1-for-2
Team Notes: – Mitch Marner skated in his 400th career NHL game.

With his assist recorded on Wednesday, Michael Bunting holds sole
possession of second place among rookie scoring leaders with 42 points
(19G, 23A).

Date: Monday, March 7, 2022
Opponent: at Columbus Blue Jackets
Time: 7:00 pm ET
Broadcast Information: Sportsnet (TV), Sportsnet 590 (Radio)

Ondrej Kaše Day-to-Day
Jake Muzzin Concussion

First Matchup between Clubs: October 11, 1970 (Toronto 3 at Vancouver 5)
All-Time Record: 66-66-22-4 (158 Games)
All-Time Record at Home: 40-25-11-1 (77 Games)
All-Time Record on the Road: 26-41-11-3 (81 Games)
Last Home Win vs. Opponent: May 1, 2021 (Toronto 5 vs. Vancouver 1)
Record in Last Five Games: 2-2-1
Record in Last 10 Games: 5-4-1

Games Played: TJ Brodie (46), Jake Muzzin (41), Kyle Clifford (39)
Goals: Auston Matthews (15), John Tavares (13), Jason Spezza (9)
Assists: John Tavares (17), Mitch Marner (15), Jason Spezza (14)
Points: John Tavares (30), Jason Spezza (23), Auston Matthews (19)
Penalty Minutes: Kyle Clifford (61), Jake Muzzin (30), Wayne Simmonds (28)

Points % GF/Game GA/Game PP% PK% SF/G SA/G FO%
Toronto .685 3.63 2.89 29.0% 84.2% 34.5 30.7 56.1%
Vancouver .536 2.77 2.82 20.6% 70.4% 32.4 31.5 51.2%

Power Play: 42/145 (29.0%)
Power Play Goal Leader: 12 – Matthews
Power Play Point Leader: 22 – Matthews (12G, 10A)
2020-21 Power Play: 31/155 (20.0%)

ON THE PK IN 2021-22
Penalty Kill: 128/152 (84.2%)
Shorthanded Goal Leader: 2 – Kämpf, Marner, Mikheyev
Shorthanded Point Leader: 4 – Kämpf (2G, 2A)
2020-21 Penalty Kill: 113/144 (78.5%)

Saturday games 17th of 23 (9 home, 14 road)
Back-to-Backs played 8 of 13
Record in first game of back-to-back 4-3-1
Record in second game of back-to-back 3-4-1
March games 2nd of 14 (9 home, 5 road)

TJ Brodie Six points away from 300 career NHL points
Mitch Marner Nine assists away from his 300th career NHL assist
Wayne Simmonds One game away from 1,000 career NHL games played.

TJ Brodie Appeared in his 700th career NHL game, Nov. 2, 2021 vs. VGK
TJ Brodie Scored his 50th career NHL goal, Dec. 14, 2021 at EDM
Jack Campbell Appeared in his 100th career NHL game, Nov. 16, 2021 vs. NSH
Pierre Engvall Appeared in his 100th career NHL game, Nov. 2, 2021 vs. VGK
Ondrej Kaše Recorded his 100th career NHL point, Nov. 10, 2021 at PHI
Ondrej Kaše Scored his 50th career NHL goal, Dec. 9, 2021 vs. TBL
Alexander Kerfoot Appeared in his 300th career NHL game, Nov. 26, 2021 at SJS
Alexander Kerfoot Recorded his 100th career NHL assist, Jan. 1, 2022 vs. OTT
Timothy Liljegren Scored his first career NHL goal, Jan. 15, 2022 at STL
Auston Matthews Recorded his 400th career NHL point, Jan. 31, 2022 vs. NJD
Auston Matthews Recorded his 200th career NHL goal, Oct. 25, 2021 at CAR
Mitch Marner Skated in his 400th career NHL game, March 4, 2022 vs. BUF
Mitch Marner Recorded his 400th career NHL point, Feb. 14, 2022 at SEA
Ilya Mikheyev Skated in his 100th career NHL game, Jan. 15, 2022 at STL
William Nylander Skated in his 400th career NHL game, Feb. 1, 2022 at NJD
William Nylander Recorded his 300th career NHL point, Jan. 19, 2022 at NYR
Morgan Rielly Recorded his 250th career NHL assist, Oct. 27, 2021 at CHI
Morgan Rielly Skated in his 600th career NHL game, Dec. 9, 2021 vs. TBL
Wayne Simmonds Skated in his 950th career NHL game, Oct. 16, 2021 vs. OTT
Jason Spezza Skated in his 1,200th career NHL game, Nov. 28, 2021 at ANA
John Tavares Recorded his 200th point with the Maple Leafs, Oct. 18, 2021 vs. NYR
John Tavares Scored his 100th goal with the Maple Leafs, Nov. 13, 2021 at BUF
John Tavares Skated in his 900th career NHL game, Jan. 1, 2022 vs. OTT

Draft (10) Free Agent (10) Trade (5)
2019 – Robertson (53rd overall) 2021 – Kaše (July 31) 2022 – Lyubushkin (Feb. 19)
2018 – Hollowell (118th overall) 2021 – Mrazek (July 28) 2021 – Clifford (Nov. 16)
2018 – Sandin (29th overall) 2021 – Bunting (July 28) 2020 – Campbell (Feb. 5)
2017 – Liljegren (17th overall) 2021 – Kämpf (July 28) 2019 – Kerfoot (July 1)
2016 – Matthews (1st overall) 2020 – Brodie (Oct. 9) 2019 – Muzzin (Jan. 28)
2015 – Marner (4th overall) 2020 – Simmonds (Oct. 9)
2015 – Dermott (34th overall) 2019 – Spezza (July 1)
2014 – Engvall (188th overall) 2019 – Mikheyev (May 6)
2014 – Nylander (8th overall) 2018 – Tavares (July 1)
2012 – Rielly (5th overall) 2016 – Holl (July 2)

37 – Matthews HITS 93 – Simmonds
ASSISTS 38 – Rielly BLOCKED SHOTS 74 – Brodie
POINTS 68 – Matthews (37G, 31A) TAKEAWAYS 59 – Matthews
POWER PLAY POINTS 22 – Matthews (12G, 10A) TOI PER GAME 24:10 – Rielly
SHORTHANDED POINTS 4 – Kämpf (2G, 2A) PP TOI PER GAME 2:57 – Marner
PIMs 49 – Simmonds SH TOI PER GAME 2:41 – Muzzin
SHOTS 224 – Matthews WINS 23 – Campbell
FACEOFF% 61.3% – Tavares GOALS-AGAINST AVERAGE 2.55 – Campbell
SHOT ATTEMPTS% 58.72% – Matthews SAVE PERCENTAGE .917 – Campbell
0 10-4-2

TV: Sportsnet
Radio: SN650

Tonight marks the second and final meeting between Vancouver and Toronto this season: Feb. 12 (3-2 W), Mar. 5 (away).
Vancouver has a 70-63-22-3 all-time record against the Maple Leafs, including a 26-39-11-1 record on the road against Toronto.
The Canucks are 5-5-0 in their last 10 games vs Toronto (3-2-0 in their last 5).
Among active Canucks skaters, J.T. Miller leads the team in career scoring vs Toronto with 23 points (10-13-23) in 29 games.
Thatcher Demko has faced the Maple Leafs six times (3-3-0) in his career, owning a .913 SV% and a 3.20 GAA.
Jaroslav Halak has a record of 10-4-5 in 20 games vs Toronto, posting a .910 SV% and a 2.90 GAA.
Elias Pettersson has 14 points (6-8-14) in his last 10 games.
J.T. Miller has 17 points (6-11-17) in his last 10 games and is currently on an eight-game point streak.
Brock Boeser has 12 points (5-7-12) in his last 14 games.
Quinn Hughes has 11 points (2-9-11) in his last 10 games.
Oliver Ekman-Larsson has seven points (1-6-7) in his last 10 games.
Tanner Pearson has six points (4-2-6) in his last six games.
Bo Horvat has eight points (4-4-8) in his last 10 games.
LAST MEETING – FEB. 12/22: VAN 3 vs TOR 2
J.T. Miller opened the scoring with a goal at 1:29 in the first period…Bo Horvat and Brock Boeser recorded assists on the play…Boeser followed up with
a power play goal at 6:00 in the first…Oliver Ekman-Larsson and J.T. Miller collected assists…Juho Lammikko scored the GWG in the second period,
assisted by Alex Chiasson and Tyler Motte…Luke Schenn led the game in hits (7)…Bo Horvat led the team in shots (4)…J.T. Miller (1-1-2) led the team
in TOI (25:59)…Thatcher Demko made a career high 51 saves tying a franchise record for most saves in a win (51), matching Richard Brodeur on Feb.
10/85 vs WPG.
2021.22 TEAM RANKS

Brad Hunt notched his first goal of the season (unassisted) and first as a Canuck to even the score at 7:19 in the second period…J.T. Miller gave the
Canucks their first lead of the game with his team-leading 21st goal of the season at 11:50 in the second…Brock Boeser and Quinn Hughes assisted on
the play…Nils Höglander pulled Vancouver even again at 9:34 in the third period, assisted by Conor Garland and Hughes…Vasily Podkolzin netted the
GWG just 45 seconds later on a backhand pass from Bo Horvat…Luke Schenn led the team in hits (4)…Bo Horvat went 15-4 on face-offs…Thatcher
Demko made 24 saves.

Feb. 12/22: VAN 3 vs TOR 2

May 1/21: VAN 1 at TOR 5
Apr. 29/21: VAN 1 at TOR 4
Apr. 20/21: VAN 6 vs TOR 3
Apr. 18/21: VAN 3 vs TOR 2 (OT)

2021.22 TEAM RANKS
Goals For/Game 2.77 (23rd) 3.63 (4th)
Goals Against/Game 2.82 (t-11th) 2.89 (15th)
Power Play % 20.6 (17th) 29.0 (1st)
Penalty Kill % 70.4 (32nd) 84.2 (6th)
Penalty Min./Game 8:28 (13th) 7:03 (2nd)


Tucker Poolman placed on LTIR, Feb. 26
Kyle Burroughs placed on IR, Feb. 26
Phillip Di Giuseppe recalled from Abbotsford, Feb. 25
Extending his point streak to eight games (5-10-15) with a goal on Mar. 3 at NYI, J.T. Miller became the only player in the NHL to record three separate
point streaks of 8+ games this season:
Feb. 6-Mar. 3, 5-10-15, 8GP
Dec. 6-Jan. 1, 3-10-13, 9GP
Oct. 30-Nov. 14, 6-4-10, 8GP
Miller is also the seventh player to have accomplished the feat in the last 10 years, joining Connor McDavid (x2), Leon Draisaitl (x2), Nikita Kucherov,
Sidney Crosby, Ryan Johansen, and Evgeni Malkin.
Clawing back from 1-0 and 3-2 deficits on Mar. 3 at NYI, the Canucks recorded their second regulation win on the season when coming back from
multiple deficits. They also came back from 1-0 and 2-1 deficits to win 4-2 in regulation on Oct. 23 at SEA.
With Maple Ridge-native Brad Hunt netting his first goal of the season on Mar. 3 at NYI, the Canucks have received goals from multiple Greater
Vancouver-born defenders (Kyle Burroughs – Vancouver) in the same season for the first time in club history.
Collecting his 11th goal of the season and fourth in five games on Feb. 28 at NJD, Tanner Pearson established a career-high five-game point streak (4-
2-6). It also represented his 100th point as a Canuck (51-49-100) in his 190th game.
The Canucks scored at least five goals for the third straight game during a 5-2 win at NYR on Feb. 27, accomplishing the feat for just the fifth time in the
past 25 years. The other instances occurred from Oct. 22-30/19 (4 GP), Dec. 1-6/11 (3 GP), Oct. 14-18/05 (3 GP), and Feb. 6-25/98 (3 GP).
Recording three points (2-1-3) on Feb. 24 vs CGY, Elias Pettersson registered his fourth consecutive multipoint game for the first time in his career. In
four games from Feb. 17-24, Pettersson collected 10 points (3-7-10).
Trouncing the Flames 7-1 on home ice on Feb. 24, Vancouver scored four different types of goals for the first time in franchise history: Power play
(Pettersson, Miller, Horvat), shorthanded (Pettersson), penalty shot (Miller), even strength (Horvat, Garland).
J.T. Miller, Elias Pettersson, and Bo Horvat each notched two goals on Feb. 24 vs CGY, marking the first time the Canucks had multiple goals from three
or more players in a game since Oct. 29/11 vs WSH (Higgins, Lappiere, Edler).
Defeating Calgary by a score of 7-1 on Feb. 24, Vancouver became the first team in NHL history to beat an opponent on a 10+ game winning streak by
six or more goals.

Tyler Motte (0:11) scored the fastest goal from the start of a game by any player this season on Feb. 21 vs SEA. It also equaled the fourth-fastest to
begin a game in franchise history: Alex Burrows (Mar 16/13) :06, Trevor Linden (Jan 16/94) :09, Henrik Sedin (Oct 24/14) :10.

Brock Boeser – 300 GP, Feb. 24 vs CGY
Travis Hamonic – 200 points, Feb. 21 vs SEA
J.T. Miller – 400 points, Feb. 8 vs ARI
Oliver Ekman-Larsson – 400 points, Feb. 8 vs ARI
Jason Dickinson – 3 games
Kyle Burroughs – 5 games
Tucker Poolman – 13 games
Brady Keeper – 56 games
Brandon Sutter – 56 games
Total man games lost (due to injuries or illness): 289 games

The Canucks won when leading after 1P: Feb. 27/22 at NYR
The Canucks lost when leading after 1P: Nov. 13/21 at VGK
The Canucks lost in OT/SO when leading after 1P: Jan. 21/22 vs FLA
The Canucks won when leading after 2P: Feb. 27/22 at NYR
The Canucks lost when leading after 2P: Nov. 28/21 at BOS
The Canucks lost in OT/SO when leading after 2P: Jan. 25/22 vs EDM
The Canucks won when trailing after 1P: Feb. 21/22 vs SEA
The Canucks lost when trailing after 1P: Feb. 28/22 at NJD

The Canucks lost in OT/SO when trailing after 1P: Nov. 9/21 vs ANA
The Canucks won when trailing after 2P: Dec. 29/21 at ANA
The Canucks lost when trailing after 2P: Feb. 28/22 at NJD
The Canucks lost in OT/SO when trailing after 2P: Dec. 30/21 at LAK
The Canucks won when tied after 1P: Mar. 3/22 at NYI
The Canucks lost when tied after 1P: Feb. 1/22 at NSH
The Canucks lost in OT/SO when tied after 1P: Jan. 29/22 at CGY
The Canucks won when tied after 2P: Mar. 3/22 at NYI
The Canucks lost when tied after 2P: Nov. 26/21 at CBJ
The Canucks lost in OT/SO when tied after 2P: Jan. 29/22 at CGY
Travis Hamonic 700 GP 675 8
Elias Pettersson 200 Points 153 9

Player Number Date Opponent
Goals Miller 3 Jan. 27 at WPG
Assists Hughes 4 Dec. 1 at OTT
Points Miller (2x), Hughes 4 Latest Feb. 24 vs CGY (Miller)
Shots Miller, Pearson 7 Latest Dec. 29 at ANA (Pearson)
Blocked Shots Myers (2x), Schenn 7 Latest Feb. 19 vs ANA (Schenn)
Hits Schenn 12 Jan. 31 at CHI
Face-Off Wins Horvat 21 Nov. 9 vs ANA
Penalty Minutes Myers, Chiasson 12 Latest Jan. 29 at CGY (Myers)

Most Goals Scored, Game: 7, Feb. 24 vs CGY
Most Goals Scored, Period: 5, Feb. 24 vs CGY, 2nd period
Most Goals Allowed, Game: 7 (4x), Latest Feb. 28 at NJD
Most Goals Allowed, Period: 5, Feb. 9 vs NYI, 1st period
Fewest Goals Scored, Game: 0 (2x), Latest Jan. 29 at CGY
Fewest Goals Allowed, Game: 0, Dec. 6 vs LAK
Most PPG Scored, Game: 3 (2x), Latest Feb. 24 vs CGY
Most PPG Allowed, Game: 3, Nov. 17 vs COL
Most SHG Scored, Game: 1 (3x), Latest Feb. 24 vs CGY
Most SHG Allowed, Game: 1 (3x), Latest Jan. 11 at FLA
Most Shots, Game: 46, Feb. 21 vs SEA
Most Shots, Period: 23, Oct. 16 at DET, 3rd period
Fewest Shots, Game: 15, Jan. 29 at CGY
Fewest Shots, Period: 1, Jan. 29 at CGY, 1st period
Most Shots Allowed, Game: 53, Feb. 12 vs TOR
Most Shots Allowed, Period: 24, Feb. 12 vs TOR, 2nd period
Fewest Shots Allowed, Game: 21 (5x), Latest Jan. 13 at TBL
Fewest Shots Allowed, Period: 3 (2x), Latest Jan. 23 vs STL, 3rd period
Most Hits, Game: 41, Oct. 28 vs PHI
Fewest Hits, Game: 5, Oct. 16 at DET
Most Blocked Shots, Game: 25 (2x), Latest Feb. 24 vs CGY
Fewest Blocked Shots, Game: 8 (3x), Latest Jan. 23 vs STL
Largest Margin of Victory: 6 goals, Feb. 24 vs CGY (7-1)
Largest Margin of Defeat: 6 goals, Nov. 11 at COL (7-1)
Longest Win Streak: 7 games, Dec. 6-29
Longest Point Streak: 9 games, Dec. 6-Jan. 1
Longest Winless Streak: 5 games, Nov. 9-17
Longest Pointless Streak: 4 games (2x), Latest Nov. 24-28

Score 4+ Goals: 18-2-0
Score 3 Goals or Less: 9-21-6
Scoring First: 19-5-2
Allow 4+ Goals: 2-15-0
Allow 3 Goals or Less: 25-8-6
Allowing First Goal: 9-17-4
On 0 Days Rest: 2-5-1
On 1 Day Rest: 17-11-3
On 2 Days Rest: 5-6-1
On 3+ Days Rest: 3-1-1
Score a PPG: 21-3-3
Give up a PPG: 11-18-3
25 or More Shots on Goal: 25-19-4
Less than 25 shots: 2-4-2
Hughes – 5 pts
Miller – 5 pts
*5 points are awarded for each Three Stars selectio

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Nuggets’ Will Barton sets franchise’s all-time 3-point record in rout over Rockets — The Denver Post

After days of waiting and more than a dozen misses in a row, Will Barton finally seized his moment. It came in a 116-101 win over the Houston Rockets on Friday night made the sequence that much sweeter. With consecutive 3-pointers late in the third quarter, Barton surpassed J.R. Smith to become the Nuggets’ all-time…

Nuggets’ Will Barton sets franchise’s all-time 3-point record in rout over Rockets — The Denver Post






Orlando10316-48Anthony/Suggs – 15Anthony – 12Suggs – 7
Toronto9734-29Siakam – 34Siakam – 14Flynn – 8

After the Raptors cut a 14-point deficit down to seven points (95-88) with 2:47 left in the fourth quarter, the Magic went on an 8-2 run to build their lead back to 13 points (103-90) with just 1:21 remaining in the game, preserving the win.


Orlando had seven players score in double-digits tonight, led by Cole Anthony (15) and Jalen Suggs (15) … The Magic have had six-or-more players score 10+ points in each of the last four games (Feb. 25 – Mar. 4) … Eleven of Orlando’s 16 wins have come when six or more players score in double figures.


  • With the loss, Toronto falls to 34-29 this season and 17-15 at home … Toronto will begin a six-game road trip (Mar. 6-16), Sunday in Cleveland.
  • Pascal Siakam scored a game-high 34 points and added 14 rebounds in 40 minutes … Siakam leads the Raptors with a career-best 20 double-doubles this year and tonight marks the second time this season where he has recorded 30+ points and 10+ rebounds … Siakam (14) ranks third in franchise history in 30-point double-doubles, behind only Chris Bosh (40) and Vince Carter (17).
  • Malachi Flynn recorded a season-high 20 points and matched a season best with eight assists in 39 minutes … Four of Flynn’s five starts this season have come after the All-star break and he is averaging 12.5 points and 4.5 assists over this stretch (Feb. 25 – Mar. 4).
  • Precious Achiuwa tallied 11 points and six rebounds in 23 minutes off the bench … Achiuwa has scored in double-digits in four of the last five games (Feb. 26 – Mar. 4), averaging 14.8 points and shooting .483 (28-58) during this stretch … Achiuwa has led the bench in scoring 13 times this season, including in six of the last seven games (Feb. 16 – Mar. 4).


  • With the win, Orlando is now 16-48 this season, including 9-26 on the road … The Magic snap a nine-game winless streak against Toronto and are now 3-1 since the All-star break …  Orlando will play the second half of a back-to-back set tomorrow night in Memphis.
  • Franz Wagner finished with 11 points, seven rebounds and five assists in 33 minutes … Wagner reached 1,000 career points tonight, becoming the fifth rookie in franchise history – and first since Victor Oladipo (2013-2014) to reach the milestone … Wagner (64 games) is the second fastest rookie to reach the 1,000-point mark, behind only Shaquille O’Neal (43 games).
  • Cole Anthony tallied 15 points, a team-high 12 rebounds and five assists in 37 minutes … Anthony has recorded eight double-doubles in his career (all this season) … In four games since the All-star break, Anthony is averaging 12.8 points, 5.5 rebounds and 4.5 assists.
  • Chuma Okeke recorded 10 points and a career high 11 rebounds in 30 minutes … Okeke has now tallied three career double-doubles (all this season).


10/29/2021TorontoW 110-109 Overall:5440
03/04/2022TorontoL 103-97 at Toronto:3019
04/01/2022Orlando at Orlando:2421