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Wayne Simmonds scored a goal 7:13 into the third period to put Toronto up by a score of 3-2. Although Calgary would tie the game less than three minutes later, the Maple Leafs would eventual prevail 5-3, proving Simmonds' goal was essential to the team's victory.
The last time Simmonds had scored was back on February 6 against the Vancouver Canucks. He actually scored two goals that night. His injury and a recent scoring slump are the reasons for this lengthy period of time without a goal. In 21 games played he has six goals and seven points.
Wayne Simmonds potted a power-play goal 4:42 into the first period to give Toronto a 1-0 lead Saturday. He then followed it up with another goal 3:16 into the third to make it 5-0 in favor of the Maple Leafs.
Simmonds has now found the back of the net in four of his last six contests. He has a total of five points (all strictly goals) in 12 games played this year.
Wayne Simmonds scored a power-play goal 7:56 into the third period to help Toronto regain their lead at 3-2 against Edmonton. They would eventually pull through with a 4-3 regulation victory.
Simmonds has now scored a goal in each of his last three contests played. He has three goals in nine games played.
Wayne Simmonds buried a goal 3:44 into the first period to give the Maple Leafs a 1-0 lead over the Calgary Flames Tuesday night.
This is the second straight game where Simmonds has managed to put the puck past a Calgary goaltender. He has two goals in eight games played.
Wayne Simmonds buried his first career goal as a Maple Leaf with 32 ticks remaining in the second period to give Toronto a 2-1 lead over Calgary. The Leafs would proceed to win the contest 3-2 in regulation Sunday.
Simmonds recorded his first ever career point with the Maple Leafs. After bouncing around from New Jersey and Buffalo the last two seasons, Simmonds has now found his new home north of the border. Hopefully he will find better success here similar to his time in Philadelphia unlike his last two destinations.