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Tampa tries to keep down stumbling Leafs

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The walls of the Atlantic Division standings are closing in on the Toronto Maple Leafs, who will look to get back on track in the Sunshine State over the next two days.

Toronto (28-15-2) won six of seven games to open the season, but a recent spell of bad play has put the pressure on the Maple Leafs, who open a back-to-back set in Florida against the Lightning in Tampa Bay on Thursday. They then move farther south to face the struggling Florida Panthers on Friday.

The Maple Leafs lost a tough home game against Colorado on Monday, and it wasn't the Avalanche's star-studded line of Gabriel Landeskog, Nathan MacKinnon, Mikko Rantanen that did in the Maple Leafs.

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Goals
Rank Player G
1 A. Ovechkin, Was33
2 J. Skinner, Buf30
3t C. McDavid, Edm29
3t B. Point, TB29
3t J. Tavares, Tor29
6t J. Gaudreau, Cgy28
6t G. Landeskog, Col28
8t C. Atkinson, Cls27
8t P. Kane, Chi27
8t N. MacKinnon, Col27
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Save Percentage
Rank Player Sv%
1 J. Campbell, LA.930
2 R. Lehner, NYI.928
3 A. Vasilevskiy, TB.925
4 A. Khudobin, Dal.923
5 F. Andersen, Tor.922
6 B. Bishop, Dal.922
7 C. DeSmith, Pit.921
8 J. Halak, Bos.920
9 T. Rask, Bos.919
10 J. Gibson, Anh.918
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