15:35 - 3rd
123T
BUF2103
TOR3104

Team Stats

Shots on Goal
BUF
21
24
TOR
Hits
BUF
22
20
TOR
Faceoffs Won
BUF
22
31
TOR
Penalty Mins
BUF
2
2
TOR

Game Information

Scotiabank Arena
Scotiabank Arena
12:30 AM, September 22, 2018
  • Toronto, ON
Capacity: 18,800
Buffalo Sabres
20:00
2nd
Period End
End of period
  • 19:57 - 2nd (3-4)
    Casey Mittelstadt shot blocked by Martin Marincin
  • 19:47 - 2nd (3-4)
    Penalty to Josh Jooris 2 minutes for Tripping Lawrence Pilut
  • 19:34 - 2nd (3-4)
    Shot on goal by Lawrence Pilut saved by Curtis McElhinney
  • 19:30 - 2nd (3-4)
    Shot missed by Andrew Oglevie
  • 19:29 - 2nd (3-4)
    Timothy Liljegren credited with hit on Casey Mittelstadt in defensive zone
  • 18:46 - 2nd (3-4)
    Shot missed by Toronto Maple Leafs
19:57
Casey Mittelstadt shot blocked by Martin Marincin
3-4
19:47
Vladimir Sobotka won faceoff in offensive zone
19:47
Penalty to Josh Jooris 2 minutes for Tripping Lawrence Pilut
19:35
Josh Jooris won faceoff in defensive zone
123T
Sabres2103
Maple Leafs3104
2nd Period
10:55Chris Mueller (1)
Unassisted
34
6:08Tage Thompson (1)
Unassisted
33
1st Period
11:28C.J. Smith (1)
Assists: Nicholas Baptiste
23
3:42John Tavares (3)
Assists: Timothy Liljegren, Mitch Marner
13
1:11Pierre Engvall (1)
Assists: Colin Greening, Josh Jooris
12
0:48Ron Hainsey (1)
Unassisted
11
0:30Andrew Oglevie (2)
Assists: Casey Nelson
10

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