No doubt about it: Dwayne Roloson who stopped 58 of 61 shots.
The game’s first star, Roloson still drew polite applause from Air Canada Centre patrons stunned by the outcome.
Roloson stopped 20 shots in the first, 14 in the second, 21 in the third and three in overtime.
Lee Stempniak had a strong game for the Blue and White on Monday. Since recording four points against Anaheim on October 26th Stempniak has been a steady performer for the Leafs.
Stempniak had an assist on Wayne Primeau's third period goal, he had eight shots, one hit, 20:39 of ice-time including 4:02 on the power play.
Heading into Monday's game, the Leafs averaged 33.5 shots a game which is the second most in the NHL. That trend continued in a huge way against the Islanders.
The Leafs' total on Rolson tied a team record (since 1955-56) for shots in a game which was first done on February 25, 1976 against the Red Wings in an 8-0 win.
Ron Wilson on the standout performance of Islanders netminder Dwayne Roloson:
"Rollie was unbelievable. He was a little lucky at times but he played great. What can you say? ... Rollie made some spectacular saves... This is what stealing a game is from a goaltender's point of view when he makes 59 or 60 saves whatever it happened to be (it was 58), that's when a goalie stole a point."
Wednesday November 25 vs. Lightning 7:00PM ET (TSN, AM640)
Game Notes: The Maple Leafs begin a two-game Florida road trip when they take on Steve Stamkos and the Lightning.
This is the second meeting of the season between the two teams. The Lightning won the first game at the ACC 2-1 in overtime in Phil Kessel's Maple Leafs debut.