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Maple Leafs move past the .600 winning percentage mark with win over Stars
By Chris Savard
HometownHockey.ca


Maple Leafs move past the .600 winning percentage mark with win over Stars
The Toronto Maple Leafs season winning percentage now sits at .604, thanks to a 5 to 3 victory over the Dallas Stars on Tuesday night. The Leafs have now won four out of the last five games and have registered a point in each of those games. Further, the Leafs now move to 10-0 on the season when scoring first.
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Stoney Point - December 3, 2014 - The Toronto Maple Leafs season winning percentage now sits at .604, thanks to a 5 to 3 victory over the Dallas Stars on Tuesday night. The Leafs have now won four out of the last five games and have registered a point in each of those games. Further, the Leafs now move to 10-0 on the season when scoring first.

Tyler Bozak continued his recent strong play by notching his 12th goal of the season just 27 seconds into the game. It was Bozak's sixth goal in the past four games.

Nazem Kadri had a strong night registering a goal and two helpers. Joffrey Lupul chipped in with a pair and Phil Kessel had the other Leafs tally. It was the first goal for Kadri in the last five games.

Jason Spezza, Ryan Garbutt and Ales Hemsky scored for the Dallas Stars.

Dallas went 0 for 5 on the powerplay, while Toronto went 1 for 7. The Leafs outshot the Stars 40-38. The three stars of the Game were Kadri, Lupul and Mike Santorelli, who registered three assists.

The Maple Leafs are back in action on Thursday night when they play host to the New Jersey Devils at the ACC.

Follow Us on TwitterIn his lifetime, Chris Savard has spent time as both an elected official and a hot air balloon pilot. As such, FULL OF HOT AIR seemed to be an appropriate name for this column. Savard will provide his thoughts on a number of topics including hockey on this site, as well as politics and local issues on OurHometown.ca. His opinion combined with $1.60 will buy you a medium coffee at Tim's! You can email him at csavard@ourhometown.ca



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34 Matthews, Auston 16191.19
43 Kadri, Nazem 20170.85
44 Rielly, Morgan 20170.85
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