Maple Leafs down Sens in rescheduled game

Ottawa, ON ( – Mike Santorelli’s short-handed goal in the
second period was part of three unanswered scores and put the Toronto Maple
Leafs ahead for good en route to a 5-3 win over the Ottawa Senators on Sunday.

The rivals met for the first time this season after the original game date
was postponed back on Oct. 22 when Cpl. Nathan Cirillo was tragically shot and
killed while standing guard at the National War Memorial on Parliament

Peter Holland scored a goal with an assist, while James van Riemsdyk, Josh
Leivo and David Clarkson each lit the lamp for Toronto, which has won two
straight on the heels of a two-game skid. James Reimer made 37 saves in the

Mike Hoffman, Kule Turris and Mark Stone supplied Ottawa with a goal apiece,
and Robin Lehner was saddled with the loss after saving 25-of-30 shots.