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10/13/2013

A win over the Edmonton Oilers gives Maple Leafs best start since 1993-94 season

Richard Lautens, @rlautens & Steve Russell, @RussellPhotos - Staff Photographers

 

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STEVE RUSSELL - Jonathan Bernier and the Leafs get ready to take to the ice.

 

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RICHARD LAUTENS - Toronto Maple Leafs took on the Edmonton Oilers at Air Canada Centre in Toronto.

 

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STEVE RUSSELL - Toronto Maple Leafs' Dion Phaneuf gets away from Edmonton Oilers center Ryan Nugent-Hopkins.

 

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RICHARD LAUTENS -  Edmonton Oilers left winger Taylor Hall is stopped by Jonathan Bernier.

 

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RICHARD LAUTENS - Edmonton Oilers defenseman Anton Belov checks Joffrey Lupul.

 

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RICHARD LAUTENS - Edmonton Oilers goalie Devan Dubnyk can't catch up to the Toronto Maple Leafs Nazem Kadri shot in the top right corner for a goal in the first period.

 

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RICHARD LAUTENS -  Toronto Maple Leafs center Nazem Kadri (second from left) celebrates his first period goal.

 

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STEVE RUSSELL - Colton Orr checks Andrew Ference.

 

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Toronto Maple Leafs left wing James van Riemsdyk scores on Devan Dubnyk.

 

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RICHARD LAUTENS - Former Marlie coach and now Oiler coach, Dallas Eakins.

 

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STEVE RUSSELL - Joffrey Lupul scores on Devan Dubnyk in the second period.

 

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RICHARD LAUTENS - Toronto Maple Leafs centre Jay McClement has a fan club rinkside.

 

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STEVE RUSSELL - Edmonton Oilers goalie Devan Dubnyk makes a glove cave in front of James van Riemsdyk and Ryan Smyth.

 

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STEVE RUSSELL - Morgan Rielly gives Taylor Hall a stick sandwich.

 

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RICHARD LAUTENS - Late in the second, Toronto Maple Leafs goalie Jonathan Bernier peeks around Ryan Smyth.

 

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RICHARD LAUTENS - It is not the Leafs and Oilers, it is barefoot hockey during the second intermission.

 

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RICHARD LAUTENS -  Jonathan Bernier is beat in the third period.

 

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STEVE RUSSELL - James van Riemsdyk slips the puck past Devan Dubnyk.

 

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STEVE RUSSELL - Toronto Maple Leafs goalie Jonathan Bernier sits on the ice after the Oilers go up 5-4.

 

ONE BIG SAVE - TWO ANGLES

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RICHARD LAUTENS - With time winding down and the Leafs down 5-4, Jonathan Bernier dives across the crease to make a key save.

 

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Morgan Rielly has a great view of Jonathan Bernier's huge save late in the third period.

 

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STEVE RUSSELL - Bernier's save seemed to inspire the Leafs, Joffrey Lupul, right, scores to tie the game at fives in the last minute of the third period.

 

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STEVE RUSSELL - Toronto Maple Leafs centre Dave Bolland celebrates his overtime goal with Mason Raymond. Leafs win 6-5.

 

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