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Leafs at Senators - Game Notes

Thursday, 05.02.2004 / 11:15 AM / News
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Leafs at Senators - Game Notes
February 5, 2004

Pregame: 6:30 pm, Leafs TV -- Molson Leafs Game Day
Game: 7:30 pm, TSN - Regional, mojo640
Postgame: Following the game, Leafs TV -- After The Horn

Recent Toronto Maple Leafs Games
Last 5 TOR games: 3 - 2 - 0 - 0, Last 10 TOR games: 6 - 4 - 0 - 0
 
LAST GAME
FEBRUARY 3 - CHICAGO 4 at TORONTO 1
Toronto dropped a 4-1 decision to the Chicago Blackhawks at Air Canada Centre. Mikael Renberg scored the lone goal for the Leafs, while Mats Sundin and Gary Roberts picked up assists. Trevor Kidd started in goal and made 11 saves.

TORONTO VERSUS OTTAWA: HEAD TO HEAD
2003-2004 SERIES: 2-1-0-0
ALL-TIME RECORD: 15-20-2-2 (5-11-1-1 on the road)
LAST GAME: January 31, 2004 at Toronto (Maple Leafs 5, Senators 1)
NEXT MEETING: March 27, 2004 at Toronto
CURRENT STREAKS: Toronto, one win

TORONTO VERSUS OTTAWA NOTABLES

  • Mats Sundin, Bryan McCabe and Ken Klee lead all Toronto players with three points (one goal, two assists) versus Ottawa this season
  • Bryan McCabe and Mats Sundin have each scored a game winning goal versus Ottawa this season
  • Mats Sundin leads all current Toronto players with 44 career points (15 goals, 29 assists) in 46 games versus Ottawa
  • Nik Antropov has registered more career assists (7) versus Ottawa than against any other NHL franchise
  • Matt Stajan scored his first career NHL goal April 5, 2003 versus Ottawa
  • Karel Pilar scored his first career NHL goal April 13, 2002 versus Ottawa
  • Nik Antropov registered a career-high three assists April 7, 2001 versus Ottawa
  • Alexander Mogilny registered a career-high four assists March 30, 1995 versus Ottawa
  • Mikael Renberg tied a career high with five points (two goals, three assists) February 26, 1997

AT THE BREAK
The Maple Leafs need two points in tonight's game to finish with the best record (points percentage) at the NHL All-Star break in franchise history. The NHL All-Star Game has been played in the middle of the season since 1966-67.

TORONTO'S BEST RECORD AT THE NHL ALL-STAR BREAK
SEASON RECORD PCTG
2003-2004 29-14-8-3 .639
1999-2000 30-15-6-3 .639
1993-1994 27-14-9 .630

STARS ON ICE
Mats Sundin and Gary Roberts were selected to the Eastern Conference All-Star roster for the 2004 NHL All-Star Game. Sundin will be looking to make his eighth appearance (nine selections but did not attend last year due to injury), while Roberts will be looking to make his third appearance (first with Toronto).

CONSECUTIVE ALL-STAR SELECTIONS REPRESENTING TORONTO TEAM SEASON SELECTIONS
Mats Sundin 1995/96 to present 9
Borje Salming 1975/76 to 1978/79 4
Rick Vaive 1981/82 to 1983/84 3
Darryl Sittler 1977/78 to 1979/80 3
Lanny McDonald 1976/77 to 1978/79 3

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