Leafs beat Oilers to snap 11-game skid

Toronto, ON (SportsNetwork.com) – The goals kept coming, five of them in just
over a period.

The Toronto Maple Leafs snapped their franchise-worst losing streak with an
outburst of offense to beat the lowly Edmonton Oilers.

Five different players scored to lead the Maple Leafs to a 5-1 win Saturday
night, ending their 11-game skid.

The goals from Richard Panik, Phil Kessel, Morgan Rielly, Mike Santorelli and
Peter Holland gave Toronto its first win in almost a month. The 0-10-1 stretch
was the franchise’s second-longest winless streak after a 15-slump during the
1987-88 season.

James Reimer was within seconds of his first shutout of the season and second
in a row against Edmonton before Luke Gazdic buried a rebound past him. Reimer
made 32 saves in the win.