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Marner helps Campbell count to 10 after setting Maple Leafs record

Goalie was mobbed by teammates for setting Toronto consecutive wins mark

by Pat Pickens @Pat_Pickens / NHL.com Staff Writer

Marner, Campbell celebrate win

MTL@TOR: Marner counts number of wins with Campbell

Mitchell Marner celebrates with Jack Campbell, as Campbell sets a franchise record with his 10th consecutive win to start a season

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Mitchell Marner can count on Jack Campbell. Literally.

The Toronto Maple Leafs forward counted to 10 on Campbell in acknowledgment of the goalie's win streak that set a new team record after their 3-2 win against the Montreal Canadiens.

Campbell made 32 saves, improving to 10-0-0 and also setting an NHL record for most consecutive victories to start a season. Aside from Marner's unique celebration, the Maple Leafs mobbed Campbell to congratulate him for the accomplishment.

Marner then took to Twitter to give his goalie some more love.

Tweet from @Marner93: BEAST! https://t.co/INBUVpPpJW

Campbell, selected by the Dallas Stars in the first round (No. 11) of the 2010 NHL Draft, has endured a tumultuous ride on his way to Toronto. That has made seeing his teammates' joy over his success that much sweeter.

"It's been a long journey," Campbell told Sportsnet while also appearing to choke back tears. "Just to have their support every single guy, it's crazy. It's a dream come true. Something I worked very hard for, and there's not a day I don't thank the lord for putting me in Toronto with these amazing guys."

Tweet from @Sportsnet: ���You don't go to 10-0 without a great group."Jack Campbell was emotional speaking to @ShawnMcKenzieSN about his franchise record 10th straight win to start the season and the bond he has with his @MapleLeafs teammates. pic.twitter.com/NWfrgLJzdi

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