RALEIGH, NS – Trevor van Riemsdyk and Justin Williams He scored 22 seconds apart in the first period, sending the Carolina Hurricanes in a 5-2 victory over the Toronto Maple Leafs on Wednesday night.
curtis McElhinney He made 30 saves as Carolina snapped a four-game winning streak of Toronto.
Micheal Ferland scored his 11th of the season from 12:15 remaining, the extent of the purpose of the games that put the Hurricanes ahead 3-1. Teuvo Teravaynen help on the game.
Kasperi Kapanen He said in Toronto with 8:05 left, the race to win his ninth season and cut the margin to 3-2. Sebastian Aho and Andre Svechnikov added an empty net goal Carolina.
Hurricanes (03/08/10) dominated the first period and gave goalkeeper maple leaves Frederick Anderson (40 saves), its first loss in seven starts.
Toronto (15-7-0) fell to 9-2 on the road this season.
Carolina went ahead when van Riemsdyk scored his first of the season. He took a backhand blow on the puck after a scrum in front, beating inclined Anderson at 10:56. Toronto refuted game for goalkeeper interference, but the call was upheld.
Jordan Staal then he won the face-off to the left of Anderson. Calvin de Haan I rode in and found Williams alone in front of the net.
Tavares He scored his 14th of the season unassisted in Toronto at the end of the period to cut the lead to 2-1.
Carolina outshot Toronto 29/11 in the first record for shooting in the team period, as he moved from Hartford in 1997 hurricanes needed more than 18 minutes to register a shot on goal in the second.
Carolina scored two penalties, keeping the lead despite outshot 12-2. The final shot was a general in favor of the Hurricanes 45-32.
Notes: Announced attendance was 12562. … Tavares goal was his 11th of the season on the road. … Williams' goal for Carolina was his cell with the team. He became the ninth player in NHL history to score at least 100 goals and win the Stanley Cup with two franchises. Williams scored 103 goals for Los Angeles Kings and was part of championship teams in 2012 and 2014. He also played in the Stanley Cup-winning team of Carolina in 2006. … Toronto entered as the least penalized team in the NHL, and Carolina ranked second. … Carolina activated forward Victor RaskWho missed the first 21 games with a hand injury, and sent Bishop Clark in the AHL. … It was the first of three meetings between the teams this season. The Maple Leafs return to Reilly on 11 December and hurricanes visit Toronto on 2 April.
Maple Leafs in Columbus on Friday.
Hurricanes: Florida Host Friday.
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