Following a rout over the Vancouver Canucks on Thursday, Toronto Maple Leafs head coach Sheldon Keefe expected his opponents to put up a better fight in the rematch. Vancouver didn't show much of an effort on Saturday. At least, not until the third period when Toronto was up and Brock Boeser ruined Toronto goaltender Frederik Andersen's shutout bid with remaining in the game. The Maple Leafs improved to this season with a victory on Saturday night and they continued to play to their strengths. Toronto's league-leading power play kicked things off when Wayne Simmonds scored the first of his two goals by beating Canucks goaltender Braden Holtby on the short side for a lead at of the first period. Auston Matthews made it by working over Canucks defenseman Jalen Chatfield then firing a shot that went top shelf at
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Elias Pettersson. Speaking with reporters after a second-straight victory over the Ottawa Senators, Vancouver's Elias Pettersson was in a jovial mood. When asked about whether he heard teammate Quinn Hughes call for a drop-pass that led to a J. Miller goal, Pettersson couldn't help but take a good-natured dig at his young teammate. It's great to see Pettersson in a better mood this week because previously, he and the Canucks seemed to be under a dark cloud. The team lost two of three games to the red-hot Montreal Canadiens and Pettersson in particular looked flustered. The player who had been so integral to Vancouver's offense in recent years all of a sudden looked tentative with the puck on his stick and nothing seemed to be going his way.
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