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Leafs Roughed Up By Flyers

Wednesday, 08.06.2014 / 4:47 AM

The Canadian Press

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Leafs Roughed Up By Flyers
Philadelphia Flyers 7, Toronto Maple Leafs 1
Three Stars of the Game
Daniel Briere
1st
Daniel Briere
G: 0Shots: 3
A: 4Hits: 0
PTS: 4PIM: 0
+/-: 2TOI: 14:37
Brayden Schenn
2nd
Brayden Schenn
G: 2Shots: 3
A: 0Hits: 2
PTS: 2PIM: 2
+/-: 1TOI: 11:42
Wayne Simmonds
3rd
Wayne Simmonds
G: 2Shots: 3
A: 1Hits: 0
PTS: 3PIM: 2
+/-: 3TOI: 13:06






TORONTO -- The Toronto Maple Leafs are running out of chances to end a record-setting losing streak at Air Canada Centre.

Brayden Schenn and Wayne Simmonds each scored twice Thursday as the playoff-bound Philadelphia Flyers hammered the Maple Leafs 7-1, handing Toronto its 11th straight loss at home.
  BY THE NUMBERS

9 Hits for Luke Schenn to lead all players.
11 Straight losses at home for the Leafs.
4 Players who had a minus three rating on the night.
23 Saves in his first NHL start for Jussi Rynnas.
10-1 Combined score against Toronto in the last two games.

It was another ugly night in a second half full of them for the Maple Leafs. The home fans continue to find new ways to show their displeasure, starting up a ``Let's Go Blue Jays!'' chant on a couple occasions - a clear sign most have already turned their attention to baseball season.

Injuries have played a role in Toronto's on-ice struggles and popped up again Tuesday when starting goalie Jonas Gustavsson took a shot off his left knee in warmups and had to be helped to the dressing room.

That left Jussi Rynnas to make his first NHL start against the league's third-highest scoring team. An emergency AHL callup because of James Reimer's upper-body injury, Rynnas stopped 23 shots but didn't have much of a chance with a dispirited team playing in front of him.

Matt Read, Eric Wellwood and Jakub Voracek also had goals for Philadelphia (45-24-8). Danny Briere added four assists.

Mikhail Grabovski replied for the Maple Leafs (33-36-9).

Two of Toronto's four remaining games will be played at home - Saturday against Buffalo and next Thursday against Tampa - where the Leafs haven't won since Feb. 6. The 11-game losing run in their own building is four games longer than the previous mark for futility, set in 1984 when the franchise still called Maple Leaf Gardens home.
  LEAFS REMARKS

Randy Carlyle on the poor play in front of Jussi Rynnas:

"When you have a young guy that steps in and is playing his first full start in the NHL I would have expected more from our group from a protection standpoint against the hockey club that we played tonight ... we know that they're a big strong team and I was really anticipating more of a push back from that standpoint that make sure Jussi had an opportunity to shine."


They had no chance of ending the streak on this night.

Schenn scored twice in the opening 12 minutes of the game - the first came with brother Luke, a Leafs defenceman, on the ice - before Grabovski got Toronto on the board with a beautiful breakaway goal.

Simmonds extended the Flyers lead to 3-1 at 3:55 of the second period and Read added to it with a short-handed marker at 12:03. The ``Let's Go Blue Jays!'' chants started before the period was out and resumed in the third just as Wellwood made it 5-1 at 5:49.

For all of the talk among Leafs players of playing for pride down the stretch, there was very little evidence of it as the Philadelphia players padded their statistics. Voracek and Simmonds each added goals in the third period.

Toronto only managed to direct 17 shots at Flyers goalie Sergei Bobrovsky. They've been held under 20 in five of the past eight games.

It should be no surprise that they fell to 5-17-3 in their last 25 games.

Notes: Toronto fell to 4-8-2 since Randy Carlyle replaced Ron Wilson as coach on March 2 ... The Leafs have more wins on the road (17) than at home (16) ... Read leads all NHL rookies with 23 goals ... Three of Brayden Schenn's 11 goals on the season have come against the Leafs ... Announced attendance was 19,415.
NEXT GAME:

Saturday, March 31
  vs. Buffalo Sabres 
7PM ET (CBC, AM640)


The Maple Leafs play their second last home game of the season against their QEW rival Buffalo Sabres.

This is the first of a home-and-home with the two teams meeting in Buffalo on Tuesday. The Sabres are in eighth in the Eastern Conference holding a tie-breaker over Washington heading into games this weekend.








scoring summary
1st Period
05:34
PHI
Brayden Schenn (10) ASST: Wayne Simmonds (21), Daniel Briere (28)
1 - 0 PHI
11:01
PHI
PPG - Brayden Schenn (11) ASST: Daniel Briere (29), Jaromir Jagr (32)
2 - 0 PHI
14:16
TOR
Mikhail Grabovski (23) ASST: Tim Connolly (22), Joey Crabb (13)
2 - 1 PHI
2nd Period
03:55
PHI
Wayne Simmonds (24) ASST: Daniel Briere (30), Braydon Coburn (18)
3 - 1 PHI
12:03
PHI
SHG - Matt Read (23) ASST: Maxime Talbot (12), Erik Gustafsson (4)
4 - 1 PHI
3rd Period
05:49
PHI
Eric Wellwood (5) ASST: Matt Read (23), Jakub Voracek (28)
5 - 1 PHI
07:51
PHI
Jakub Voracek (15) ASST: Jaromir Jagr (33), Pavel Kubina (12)
6 - 1 PHI
11:44
PHI
Wayne Simmonds (25) ASST: Daniel Briere (31), Jaromir Jagr (34)
7 - 1 PHI
penalty summary
1st Period
07:17
TOR
Jay Rosehill  Roughing against  Braydon Coburn
07:17
TOR
Jay Rosehill  Unsportsmanlike conduct
2nd Period
02:38
TOR
Dion Phaneuf  Slashing against  Maxime Talbot
02:38
PHI
Maxime Talbot  Slashing against  Dion Phaneuf
04:36
PHI
Jaromir Jagr  Tripping against  Carl Gunnarsson
10:54
PHI
Matthew Carle  Tripping against  Mikhail Grabovski
14:05
TOR
Mike Brown  Misconduct (10 min)
14:05
TOR
Mike Brown  Slashing against  Scott Hartnell
14:05
PHI
Scott Hartnell  Slashing against  Mike Brown
18:25
PHI
Wayne Simmonds  Cross checking against  Matthew Lombardi
3rd Period
08:21
TOR
Dion Phaneuf  Roughing against  Brayden Schenn
08:21
PHI
Brayden Schenn  Roughing against  Dion Phaneuf
08:21
TOR
Dion Phaneuf  Slashing against  Brayden Schenn
goalie stats
Sergei Bobrovsky
Sergei Bobrovsky
13-9-1
SA: 17TOI: 59:53
Saves: 16EV: 14 - 15
PIM: 0PP: 1 - 1
SV%: .941SH: 1 - 1
Jussi Rynnas
SA: 30TOI: 59:31
Saves: 23EV: 18 - 23
PIM: 0PP: 4 - 5
SV%: .767SH: 1 - 2
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