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NHL Scores: Maple Leafs win again, 4-2 over Flames

By Larry Seely     Oct 31, 2013 in Sports
Calgary - Playing back to back nights in the NHL is never easy, but the Toronto Maple leafs are just rolling with the punches this season and came away with another solid victory as the topped Calgary 4-2 on the road.
Newly acquired goalie Jonathan Bernier had another outstanding performance as he stopped 41 shots on the night to register the victory. Bernier has been a terrific addition to the Leafs and the youngster is now 6-4-0 with a 2.30 goals against average.
Toronto continues to play well on the offensive end of the ice, despite being the Flames having more shots on goal. Four different players scored for the Maple Leafs, but the big goal came at the end of the third period when Paul Ranger scored his first goal of the season with just 1:32 remaining in the game to seal the victory.
The Maple Leafs are leading the Eastern Conference with 20 points as the team is now 10-4-0 on the year. Calgary is playing some good hockey themselves, but the loss dropped the Flames to 5-5-2.
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