A recap of last night's Toronto/Ottawa game.
|The Toronto Maple Leafs redeemed themselves from that 5-3 loss on Friday by defeating the Ottawa Senators last night 3-2.
"We didn't spent that much time in our own end," said Leafs head coach, Sheldon Keefe, at the postgame press conference.
Ottawa, however, did opened the scoring with a goal by Nick Paul at 10:55 of the first period.
Joe Thornton tied the game at 14:17.
"I thought it was a great goal," said Keefe on Thornton's goal.
Mitch Marner put the Leafs ahead 2-1 with a goal at 1:10 of the second period.
The Leafs outshot Ottawa in the second period 19-8.
Auston Matthews scored his first goal of the season at 2:42 of the third period to put Toronto ahead 3-1.
At 11:44, Ottawa's German rookie, Tim Stutzel, scored his first ever National Hockey League goal.
Marner had three points last night.
Senator's goalie, Matt Murray stopped 37 shots.
The Leafs outshot the Senators 40-19 last night.
The Leafs play Winnipeg tomorrow night.