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EASTERN CONFERENCE QUARTERFINAL GAME RECAPS

DO OR DIE
Since the best-of-seven format was introduced in 1939, the Maple Leafs have played in 20 Game Sevens. The Leafs have a record of 11-9 (5-8 on the road and 6-1 at home). Toronto has a 5-4 record in Game Sevens since the 1993 playoffs (1-3 on the road and 4-1 at home).

GAME SEVEN OVERTIMES INVOLVING TORONTO
April 9, 1950 Leo Reise of Detroit scored in overtime to defeat Toronto 1-0 (at Detroit)
April 29, 1978 Lanny McDonald scored in overtime to defeat the New York Islanders 2-1 (at New York)
May 1, 1993 Nikolai Borschevsky of Toronto scored in overtime to defeat Detroit 4-3 (at Detroit)

SOARING EAGLE
Ed Belfour became just the 12th goaltender in NHL playoff history to register three shutouts in one playoff series with his third shutout April 16 vs. Ottawa. He also becomes just the fourth Toronto goaltender to accomplish the feat joining Frank McCool, Turk Broda and Felix Potvin.

MOST SHUTOUTS, ONE PLAYOFF SERIES

GOALTENDER YEAR OPPOSITION SHUTOUTS
Ed Belfour
Nikolai Khabibulin
Martin Brodeur
J.S. Giguere
Patrick Lalime
Brent Johnson
Martin Brodeur
Felix Potvin
Turk Broda
Frank McCool
Dave Kerr
Clint Benedict
 
BACK-TO-BACK SHUTOUTS BY TORONTO GOALTENDERS IN THE PLAYOFFS
Ed Belfour is just the sixth Toronto goaltender to record back-to-back shutouts in the playoffs since 1929.
Frank McCool is the only Toronto goaltender to record three consecutive shutouts in the playoffs since 1929.

TO THE POINT
Mats Sundin and Gary Roberts rank among the top 10 in franchise history in points per playoff game. Sundin ranks fifth with 64 points in 71 games and Roberts ranks eighth with 33 points in 40 games.

POINTS PER PLAYOFF GAME RANKING IN FRANCHISE HISTORY
(minimum 20 games played)
PLAYER  
Doug Gilmour
Darryl Sittler
Max Bentley
Tom Fergus
Mats Sundin
Gary Leeman
Glenn Anderson
Gary Roberts
Ian Turnbull
Lanny McDonald

IN THE BLUE AND WHITE
Mats Sundin ranks third (tie) in franchise history in playoff goals, fourth in playoff points and sixth in playoff assists (tie). Sundin needs three goals to tie Dave Keon for second on the all-time goal list and one point to tie Daryl Sittler for third on the all-time point list.

TORONTO ALL-TIME PLAYOFF POINT LIST PLAYER POINTS
Doug Gilmour
Dave Keon
Darryl Sittler
Mats Sundin
Wendel Clark
Ted Kennedy
George Armstrong
Frank Mahovlich
Red Kelly
Syl Apps
SEVENTH HEAVEN
Ed Belfour has the best record of any goaltender in NHL history with a 5-1 record in Game Sevens. He registered his fifth Game Seven win April 20 vs. Ottawa

BEST RECORDS IN GAME SEVENS (minimum five decisions)
GOALTENDER   W L PCTG
Ed Belfour   5 1 .833
Harry Lumley     4 2 .667
Grant Fuhr 4 2 .667
Martin Brodeur   5 3 .625
Mike Vernon      3         2 .600
Terry Sawchuk                  3 2 .600
Kirk McLean        3 2 .600
Glenn Hall   3 2 .600


MAKING HISTORY
Toronto became the first team in NHL playoff history to score the first goal in each game of a seven game series in their Eastern Conference Quarterfinal versus Ottawa. The previous marks was six out of seven games which has been accomplished several times.

SOARING EAGLE
Ed Belfour became just the 12th goaltender in NHL playoff history to register three shutouts in one playoff series with his third shutout April 16 vs. Ottawa. He also becomes just the fourth Toronto goaltender to accomplish the feat joining Frank McCool, Turk Broda and Felix Potvin.

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