Maple Leafs' top stars shine in entertaining victory over Canadiens
Summary of 3 articles · Updated Jan 18, 2014
TORONTO - There weren't 100,000 people in the building, nor did the Toronto Maple Leafs and Montreal Canadiens play with snow falling from the sky. But with the Leafs wearing their Winter Classic jerseys Saturday night, they put on a show of even more entertaining hockey at the Air Canada Centre than 17 days earlier at Michigan Stadium. They traded scoring chances and goals back and forth until James van Riemsdyk scored late to give the Leafs a 5-3 victory. With the seconds ticking down on the Montreal power play, Gallagher watched defenseman Andrei Markov's shot bounce off Bernier and hit Max Pacioretty.