A recap of last night's Montreal/Toronto Game Two
|The Maple Leafs bounced back from that 2-1 loss in Game One in a big way last night as Toronto defeated the Montreal Canadiens 5-1.
"I was really pleased to see us get rewarded," said Leaf's head coach, Sheldon Keefe, at the postgame press conference.
The Leafs played hard throughout the game with bone crushing hits.
It didn't start out good for the Leafs when Jesperi Kotkaniemi scored at 7:57 of the first period.
At 12:25, Jason Spezza tied the game.
At 5:15 of the second period, Auston Matthews scored to put Toronto up 2-1.
Matthews had a three point night.
Keefe said at the press conference that Matthews had a complete game last night.
At 13:20, Rasmus Sandin scored a power play goal to put the Leafs ahead 3-1.
At 8:50 of the third period, William Nylander scored on the power play.
Alex Kerfoot scored an empty netter at 18:37.
The series continues tomorrow night in Montreal.