The incredible night for The Toronto Maple Leafs
A historic Monday for Captain John Tavares and netminder Jack Campbell as The Toronto Maple Leafs beat the Calgary Flames by 2 points to a final score of 5:3.
30-year-old professional ice hockey player Tavares has received over 800 NHL regular season points thanks to a goal and assist. At the same time, Campbell made 26 saves to win his ninth straight start (9-0-0). He tied him with three others in the longest goalkeeper winning streak in Toronto history.
Tavares is proud of his 357 goals and 444 assists for the Islanders and Leafs. He holds first place overall in the New York Islanders in 2009 with 801 points out of 853 regular season games. He is now in his third season with the Leafs, during which he has already scored 32 points in 39 games, of which 12 goals and 20 assists. In his team, he holds the third place in the ranking in terms of points and fourth in the number of goals.
The team’s goalkeeper Campbell surprised his second season in Toronto with 0.944% shooting, 1.53 goals against average, and two shut-outs in the nine wins.
One of the top spots in the NHL scoring table is Auston Matthews, a 23-year-old center forward, who has scored 2 goals in the match against the Flames. In all of his 36 games, he scored 27 goals and 19 assists for a total of 46 points.
The Islanders and Leafs have 4 wins in a row, thus occupying the leading position in the Northern Division with a 26-10-3 result.
Campbell told reporters about his team:
“It’s just really fun to be a part of. We still have a lot of work to do. It’s a fun time, and we’re just going to try to keep getting better.”
The Leafs will next meet with the Montreal Canadiens on Wednesday and will face the Ottawa Senators on Saturday.
Toronto has 1/4 to maintain the North Division title and 15/2 for Stanley Cup glory.