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by Epiehl
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A recap of last night's Ottawa/Toronto game.
Toronto Maple Leaf's head coach had little to say about last's night's collapse.

In fact, the postgame press conference was just 3:49 long.

The Leafs lost 6-5 in overtime after being ahead 5-1.

"We were really careless and sloppy with the puck," said Keefe. "Its been something that was creeping into our game."

"Everything they've, (Ottawa), got we gave them," said Keefe.

Auston Matthews opened the scoring for the Leafs at 6:32 of the first period.

Travis Boyd made it 2-0 at 10:29.

Drake Batherson closed the gap at 2-1 at 12-40.

Toronto out shot Ottawa in the first period 13-4.

Just 1:49 into the second period, Pierre Engvall scored.

Joe Thornton made it 4-1 Leafs at 9:51.

Matthews scored a power play goal at 19:01.

Just 50 seconds later, Nick Paul scored a short-handed goal.

Paul's goal put a spark into the Senators.

The Sens. scored three unanswered goals in the third period.

Artem Zub scored 49 seconds into the third.

Connor Brown scored at 5:52.

Then, Evgenii Dadonov tied the game at 17:59 with the extra attacker.

Just 2:19 into O.T., Dadonov scored the winner.

Ottawa's Thomas Chabot had three assists.

Ottawa's goalie, Marcus Hogberg stopped 33 shots last night.

Toronto tries to redeem themselves against Ottawa tomorrow night.
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