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3/13/16 Maple Leafs vs. Red Wings

game recap

Maple Leafs' Bernier blanks Red Wings

Toronto goalie makes 38 saves for third shutout

by Paul Harris / NHL.com Correspondent

Bernier's 38-save shutout

TOR@DET: Bernier records shutout vs. Red Wings

3/13/16: Jonathan Bernier comes up big vs. the Red Wings, recording 38 saves in the Maple Leafs' 1-0 win

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DETROIT - Jonathan Bernier made 38 saves for his third shutout of the season in the Toronto Maple Leafs' 1-0 win against the Detroit Red Wings at Joe Louis Arena on Sunday.

Michael Grabner scored for Toronto (23-34-11). It was the Maple Leafs' first regulation win since Feb. 25; they are 2-6-1 in their past nine games.

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Situation Room

Video Review: TOR @ DET - 19:30 of the Second Period

Puck entered Detroit net in legal fashion prior to the net being displaced - Good goal Toronto

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Situation Room: TOR vs. DET

Situation Room: Maple Leafs awarded goal after review

3/13/16: An official review overturns the original call on the ice to a goal, credited to the Maple Leafs' Michael Grabner in the 2nd period

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At 19:30 of the second period in the Maple Leafs/Red Wings game, video review determined that the puck entered the Detroit net in a legal fashion prior to the net being displaced. According to Rule 78.4 "The goal frame shall be considered in its proper position when at least a portion of the flexible peg(s) are still inside both the goal post and the hole in the ice." Good goal Toronto.

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Video Review: TOR @ DET - 3:06 of the Second Period

Glendening batted puck in with hand - No goal Detroit

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Situation Room: TOR vs. DET

Situation Room: Challenge overturns Glendening's goal

3/13/16: The Maple Leafs challenge Luke Glendening's goal and, after review, the call is overturned because the puck touched Glendening's glove

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At 3:06 of the second period in the Maple Leafs/Red Wings game, video review determined that Detroit's Luke Glendening batted the puck into the Toronto net with his hand. According to Rule 78.5 (i) "Apparent goals shall be disallowed when the puck has been directed, batted or thrown into the net by an attacking player other than with a stick." No goal Detroit.

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Video Review: TOR @ DET - 12:58 of the First Period

Video review supported referee's call on ice - No goal Toronto

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Situation Room: TOR vs. DET

Situation Room: Smith no-goal stands after review

3/13/16: An official review determines the call on the ice stands, as Ben Smith used his shoulder to bat the puck into the net

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At 12:58 of the first period in the Maple Leafs/Red Wings game, video review supported the referee's call on the ice that Toronto's Ben Smith batted the puck into the Detroit net with his shoulder. According to Rule 78.5 (i) "Apparent goals shall be disallowed when the puck has been directed, batted or thrown into the net by an attacking player other than with a stick." No goal Toronto.

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Red Wings without Kronwall against Maple Leafs

Defenseman will reportedly miss 1-3 weeks with slight knee sprain

by Paul Harris / NHL.com Correspondent

MAPLE LEAFS (22-34-11) at RED WINGS (34-23-11)

TV: 7:30 p.m. ET; NBCSN, SN

DETROIT -- The Detroit Red Wings will continue their push for the Stanley Cup Playoffs without defenseman Niklas Kronwall when they face the Toronto Maple Leafs on Sunday at Joe Louis Arena.

Kronwall is expected to miss 1-3 weeks, general manager Ken Holland told MLive.com, after he sustained a slight knee sprain in the middle of the second period Saturday. He was helped off the ice by teammates after the injury and had a MRI after the game.

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injury

Kronwall out 1-3 weeks with knee sprain: report

Red Wings defensemen injured against Rangers on Saturday

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Kronwall shaken up on play

NYR@DET: Kronwall shaken up on play in front of net

3/12/16: Niklas Kronwall gets into a collision in front of the net, shaking him up and forcing him from the game in the 2nd period

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Detroit Red Wings defenseman Niklas Kronwall has a slight knee sprain and is expected to miss 1-3 weeks, general manager Ken Holland told MLive.com Sunday.

Kronwall was injured in a 3-2 win against the New York Rangers on Saturday. He was helped off the ice in the middle of the second period after getting his right leg stuck and twisted between Detroit goalie Petr Mrazek and New York right wing Jesper Fast during a goal-mouth scramble.

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