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Videos- Talking To The Media After A 4-2 Loss To Toronto

11/28/2022 at 10:45pm EST

Derek Lalonde up first.

Below find Dylan Larkin, the game highlights and Mickey Redmond.


A longer version of both Larkin and Lalonde.


from Ted Kulfan of the Detroit News,

There's little doubt the Toronto Maple Leafs have some world class offensive players, and they certainly showed it Monday against the Red Wings.

Many of the Leafs' stars got on the scoresheet as Toronto rolled to a 4-2 victory over the Red Wings.

The loss ended the Wings' four-game winning streak, while Toronto (14-5-5) has won four straight.

"We had a lot of chances, we just didn't get the puck in the net," said captain Dylan Larkin, noting the Wings' 43 shots on net. "Credit to the way they played and (goaltender Matt) Murray in net, we had looks. In the slot, all around. We didn't capitalize, and they capitalized on their chances."

Moritz Seider opened the scoring with his second goal, 4 minutes, 45 seconds into the game, but the Leafs roared back with four unanswered goals.

Adam Erne cut the Leafs lead to 4-2 at 12:41 of the third period with his third goal, deflecting Seider's shot past goaltender Matt Murray. But the Leafs held on late.

"I liked our game," coach Derek Lalonde said. "A couple plays we left out there, a couple of misplays, but you put in in perspective their first shot was a goal midway through the first (period). It's one of those nights the puck just did not go our way, which is going to happen.

"Our guys hung in there, they played the right way for the most part. But it's just the way it went tonight."


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