TORONTO (AP) – Auston Matthews had two goals and helped when he returned from a bad left shoulder for a month and the Toronto Maple Leaf hit the San Jose Sharks 5-3 Wednesday night for their third direct impact .
John Tavares received two times, the old star San Jose, Patrick Marleau, visited, Mitch Marner had three goals, and Andreas Johnsson helped with two help to help Toronto improve 18- 8-0. Frederik Andersen 38 saved to improve 8-2-0 over his last 10 sources.
Tomas Hertl, Joe Pavelski and Melker Karlsson succeeded San Jose, Logan Couture had two help and Aaron Dell 24 saved.
Matthews set 14 games after his visit from Winnipeg's Jacob Trouba on October 27. The first seven games of the season were 10 visits and six in the 21-year center, but was held from the scoresheet in three consecutive walks before being hurt. He almost affected the opposite of San Jose, a & # 39; passing a pass from Marner and receiving Tavares at the edge of the 3:38 power play.
Marleau, 39, who played 19 quarters with the Sharks, was marked against San Jose for her sake; The first time, giving him at least one goal against the 31 NHL permissions.
RELATED RESPONSIBILITIES 4, BLESSS 3
DETROIT (AP) – Tyler Bertuzzi broke out 6:53 at 6:53 to go with his second goal of his game and Detroit went on to go to # 39; hitting St Louis after blowing a 3-0 lead.
Bertuzzi went out of his trip for the eighth goal of the season.
Thomas Vanek received a touch and help, and Andreas Athanasiou also took part, Mike Defense had two help, and Jimmy Howard 33 saved to help Detroit to attack a three-game streak.
David Perron was successful twice for St Louis, Vladimir Tarasenko sent a visit and Jake Allen stopped 27 performances. The Blues have lost five of their last six.
DUCKS 3, PANTHERS 2
SUNRISE, Fla. (AP) – Nick Ritchie defeated 1:28 with his second goal of the game, John Gibson 42 saved and Anaheim influenced Florida.
Ritchie caught her back and hit the knife James Reimer to the right.
Josh Manson also met to help the Banks win for her fourth time in five games. Evgenii Dadonov and Aaron Ekblad succeeded for Florida, Jonathan Huberdeau had two help, and Reimer 22 saved.