For the 11th consecutive win, Devils defeat Maple Leafs

For the 11th consecutive win, Devils defeat Maple Leafs

TORONTO Yegor Sharangovich Scored 57 seconds into overtime Vitek Vanecek Made 25 saves and the New Jersey Devils Beat the Toronto Maple Leafs They won 3-2 on Thursday night to secure their 11th consecutive win.

Sharangovich scored his fourth goal on the season after rebounding. Jack Hughes The puck was stolen by the goalie Matt Murray. Nico Hischier And Jesper Bratt New Jersey's score was also improved to 14-3-0

For the third time, the Devils have won 11 consecutive games for the franchise's history. The streak of 11 consecutive victories is tied for the second longest in franchise history (2005–06). 13 consecutive games were won in 2000-01, which was the longest streak.

New Jersey ended an eight-game losing streak to Toronto from April 2018 and won at Scotiabank Arena in its first game since October 2017.

Auston Matthews Toronto had an assist and a goal. William Nylander Murray was also credited with a goal and made 30 saves.

Mitch Marner added another assist to extend his points streak to eleven games, making it the longest active streak in the NHL. Murray was left on the bench to provide an additional attacker. Nylander tied the game with his eighth goal on a shot which hit Devils' defenseman Jonas Siegenathaler at 2:09 in regulation.

This report was based on information from The Associated Press.

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