EDMONTON OILERS NOTES:
ALL-TIME RECORDS vs. TORONTO GP RECORD HOME (62) AWAY (54) GF GA
OILERS ALL-TIME vs. TORONTO 116 48-55-8-5 28-26-6-2 20-29-2-3 423 420
OILERS vs. TORONTO – 2022-23 1 1-0-0 1-0-0 0-0-0 5 2
Saturday’s game will mark Edmonton’s second of two games against the Leafs this season and the lone game in Toronto.
The last time these teams met was on March 1 in Edmonton, with the Oilers winning 5-2.
Connor McDavid leads the team with 28 career points against the Leafs and Cody Ceci has played a team leading 26 games against Toronto.
LAST 10 GAMES vs. TORONTO
GF: 22 GA: 37
2022-23 3/1/23 @ EDM 5-2 W
2021-22 1/5/22 @ TOR 4-2 L
2021-22 12/14/21 @ EDM 5-1 L
2020-21 3/29/21 @ TOR 3-2 W (OT)
2020-21 3/29/21 @ TOR 4-3 L (OT)
2020-21 3/3/21 @ EDM 6-1 L
2020-21 3/1/21 @ EDM 3-0 L
2020-21 2/27/21 @ EDM 4-0 L
2020-21 1/30/21 @ EDM 4-3 W
2020-21 1/28/21 @ EDM 4-3 L
OILERS LEADERS vs. TORONTO
Games: Ceci (26)
Goals: Kane (11)
Assists: Draisaitl (19)
Points: McDavid (28)
Penalty minutes: Kane (30)
OILERS IN MARCH
Overall – 587 GP, 287-221-39-40 – 653 PTS
2022-23 – 5 GP, 4-1-0 – 8 PTS
2021-22 – 15 GP, 9-4-2 – 18 PTS
TORONTO MAPLE LEAFS NOTES:
Score: Toronto 4 at New Jersey 3
Date: Tuesday, March 7, 2023
TOR Goals: Järnkrok, Marner (SH), Bunting, Matthews (PP)
NJD Goals: Haula (2x), Palat (PP)
TOR Goaltender: Samsonov, 30/33, .909 SV%
NJD Goaltender: Vanecek, 21/25, .840 SV%
TOR Power Play: 1-for-2
TOR Penalty Kill: 3-for-4
Player Notes: – Mitch Marner scored shorthanded for Toronto at 4:57 of the third period and posted the secondary assist on Matthews’ goal. Marner scored his third shorthanded goal of the season, tying a career-high, and posted the seventh shorthanded goal of his NHL career. Marner posted his 20th multi-point game of the season.
- Michael Bunting scored for the Maple Leafs at 15:10 of the third period. Bunting scored his 20th goal of the season, marking the second season of his NHL career to reach the 20-goal mark (scored a career-high 23 goals in 2021-22).
- Auston Matthews scored the game-winning goal for Toronto on a power play opportunity at 17:07 of the third period. With the 51st game-winning goal of his NHL career, Matthews claimed sole possession of fourth on the franchise leader board, passing Ron Ellis (50).
- William Nylander posted two assists in Toronto’s win on Tuesday. Nylander has recorded an assist in three-consecutive games (4A) and has posted 12 assists through his last 11 games. Nylander posted his 10th multi-assist game of the season and his 20th multi-point game of the season.
- Sam Lafferty recorded the secondary assist on Järnkrok’s goal. With the assist, Lafferty posted his first point as a Maple Leaf.
- David Kämpf registered the primary assist on Bunting’s goal. With his 16th assist of the season, Kämpf set a new NHL career-high in assists.
- Ilya Samsonov stopped 30 of 33 shots he faced in Tuesday’s win. Samsonov earned his 23rd win of the season, tying a career-high.
2022-23 Matchups vs. Edmonton: Second of Two
2021-22 Record vs. Edmonton: 2-0-0
Toronto Season Record: 39-17-8
Toronto Home Record: 23-6-4
The Maple Leafs return home following a five-game road trip to take on the Edmonton Oilers tonight for the second of two matchups between
the clubs this season. Toronto lost their first meeting of the 2022-23 campaign against the Oilers 5-2 on March 1st at Rogers Place. Toronto
has earned at least one point through their last four home games against Edmonton (3-0-1). The Maple Leafs kick off a four-game homestand
tonight, next facing-off against Buffalo, Colorado and Carolina. Toronto has earned a 23-6-4 record at Scotiabank Arena this season,
currently the third-best home record in the league.
TV: Sportsnet RADIO: TSN 1050
Date: Monday, March 13, 2023
Opponent: vs. Buffalo Sabres
Time: 7:30 pm ET
Broadcast Information: Sportsnet (TV), Sportsnet 590 (Radio)
March 6, 2023 The Maple Leafs recalled forwards Pontus Holmberg and Alex Steeves from the Toronto Marlies (AHL). Goaltender Joseph Woll has been loaned to the Marlies.
March 3, 2023 The Maple Leafs acquired forward Radim Zohorna from the Calgary Flames in exchange for forward Dryden Hunt.
Carl Dahlström Shoulder (LTIR)
Victor Mete Lower Body (LTIR)
Jake Muzzin Neck (LTIR)
Ryan O’Reilly Broken Finger (LTIR)
Nick Robertson Shoulder (LTIR)
ALL-TIME VS. EDMONTON OILERS:
First Matchup between Clubs: November 11, 1979 (Toronto 6 at Edmonton 3)
All-Time Record: 60-45-8-3 (116 Games)
All-Time Record at Home: 32-19-2-1 (54 Games)
All-Time Record on the Road: 28-26-6-2 (62 Games)
Last Home Win vs. Opponent: January 5, 2022 (Toronto 4 vs. Edmonton 2)
ACTIVE LEADERS VS. EDMONTON OILERS:
Games Played: Mark Giordano (70), TJ Brodie (51), John Tavares (28), Luke Schenn (28)
Goals: Auston Matthews (10), John Tavares (10), Mark Giordano (9)
Assists: Mark Giordano (28), John Tavares (19), TJ Brodie (19)
Points: Mark Giordano (37), John Tavares (29), TJ Brodie (23)
Penalty Minutes: Mark Giordano (75), Luke Schenn (23), Justin Holl (15)
Points% GF/Game GA/Game PP% PK% SF/G SA/G FO%
Toronto .672 3.38 2.66 25.4 81.2 32.1 28.9 53.3
Edmonton .606 3.85 3.27 31.6 75.2 33.4 31.7 50.5
THE MAN ADVANTAGE IN 2022-23
Power Play: 25.4%
Power Play Goal Leader: 12 – Tavares
Power Play Point Leader: 30 – Marner (7G, 23A)
2021-22 Power Play: 63/231 (27.3%)
ON THE PK IN 2022-23
Penalty Kill: 81.2%
Shorthanded Goal Leader: 3 – Marner
Shorthanded Point Leader: 4 – Marner (3G, 1A)
2021-22 Penalty Kill: 192/234 (82.1%)
Saturday games 18th of 22 (10 home, 12 road)
Back-to-Backs played 10 of 14
Record in first game of back-to-back 6-4-0
Record in second game of back-to-back 6-3-1
March games 5th of 14 (5 home, 9 road)