Nazem Kadri had a nice takeaway followed by a good dish to David Clarkson, who scored his fourth goal of the season. Otherwise? It was ugly. Tom Gilbert and Jesse Winchester had scored two before Clarkson, while Shawne Matthias and Marcel Goc would seal the game afterwards. Here's your game in six:
The Leafs weren't credited with their first shot on goal until 7:19 had elapsed in the first. Florida had 48 shots on goal over the course of the game. It's hard to win a game when you're spending the whole time in your own zone - hey, if you see Greg Cronin in a hallway today, make sure to ask him if the Leafs got outpossessed last night. It was all Florida from the puck drop.
Jonathon Bernier made 44 saves on those 47 shots (there was an empty netter). Against Florida. Jonathan Huberdeau, Scottie Upshall, and Matthias all had great 1-on-0 opportunities. Matthias' short side goal did not look good on Bernier, but he had plenty of strong saves through the game. At least someone had flashes of brilliance - the most notable action by the Leafs' forwards involved the steal-pass-shoot between Kadri and Clarkson, and the Mason Raymond power move that may have been the only time Tim Thomas really needed to wake up.