Game Review: Game #67, Sharks: Many vs. Leafs: Few

SAN JOSE, CA - MARCH 11: Marc-Edouard Vlasic #44 of the San Jose Sharks is congratulated by teammates after scoring a goal against the Toronto Maple Leafs during the first period at SAP Center on March 11, 2014 in San Jose, California. (Photo by Thearon W. Henderson/Getty Images)

Game Summary

Dashed line indicates non-even strength play.
Dashed line indicates non-even strength play.

Fenwick chart for 2014-03-11 Maple Leafs 2 at Sharks 6

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  • DeclanK


  • Ze_theLeafsFan

    Had Raymond scored that or JVR scored on that PP. The game would have seen different results.

  • GreekGod

    Montreal loses to SJ on the back end of back to back games and the commentators are quick to make excuses for Montreal. Toronto loses on the back end of back to back games to SJ and the commentators are quick to say that “SJ taught Toronto a lesson.” 

    MSM ladies and gentlemen

  • Jay31

    Lol perfect recap

  • Yan28

    This was the throwaway game of the 3 game East Coast road trip anyways. Carlyle got his revenge on the Ducks, and Bernier will have his chance to beat his former team. Reimer got what was left, and wasn’t expected to win this one.
    Leafs will come back swinging and beat the Kings to close it out, I really believe that.
    Go Leafs, Go.

  • Yan28

    West Coast*

  • DJBrianBurke

    Yan28 I feel for Reimer, your point is bang on.

  • Yan28

    I feel for him too. There is no way he’s back after this year. A willing back up goalie would be better for this team than a wasted starter with no confidence.

  • Kouba

    Have not seen this one yet but from the highlights, nice to see Gleason to seek revenge for goalie violation.

  • Great Dane

    As CanuckUK and I pointed out already yesterday the Leafs have a structural problem. Leafs allow way too many shots against.

    Even tailing the Sharks we are outshot in the second and third period with combined 19 shots.

    Carlyle can’t correct the structural problems of this hockey club. It is time to find someone who can