The Maple Leafs leapt out to a two-goal lead in the very first 12 minutes of the opening duration.

Justin Holl completed a give-and-go with Mikheyev at the top of the left circle to set up the scoring opportunity. Holl moved a pass through Jacob Trouba and found Engvall alone in the slot. It was Engvall's second objective given that making his NHL debut on Nov. 19 against the Vegas Golden Knights.

Toronto doubled its first-period advantage when Nylander taped his 12th of the season at 11:52. Trouba was caught seeing the puck as Nylander cleaned up a rebound in front uncontested. Kasperi Kapanen assisted on the play.

Mikheyev scored his seventh of the season at 16:23 of the 3rd duration when Georgiev couldn't snag the puck with his glove.

William Nylander and Mitchell Marner each scored their 2nd goal of the video game early in the third duration to help the Toronto Maple Leafs beat the New York Rangers 6-3 on Friday night.

Pierre Engvall and Ilya Mikheyev likewise scored, and Frederik Andersen made 19 conserves as Toronto won its 3rd straight.

Brady Skjei, Ryan Strome and Pavel Buchnevich scored for New York. Alexandar Georgiev made 34 saves as the Rangers' losing streak reached 3 games.

Nylander scored a third-period, consent objective when he sent a wrist shot previous Georgiev at 2:10 of the final period, giving Toronto a 4-3 lead.

Less than a minute later on, Strome had a terrible turnover that Marner profited from. The 22-year-old forward pushed the Leafs result in 2 with his 8th 'objective of the season at 2:57.

Buchnevich snapped a nine-game goal drought when his wrist shot went through the legs of Andersen at 5:27 of the second period, connecting the game at 3-all. Tony DeAngelo picked up his 17th assist of the season on the play and leads Rangers defensemen in points with 24.

When he scored a power-play objective on a two-man benefit, Marner provided Toronto a 3-2 lead at 2:50 of the second duration. Skjei attempted to separate a pass meant for John Tavares, but rerouted the puck past Georgiev.

New York recovered from a slow start with 2 goals in the 2nd half of the very first duration to knot ball game at 2-2.

When a stopped working deke from the top of the crease dripped past Andersen, Skjei inadvertently notched his fifth of the season. Mika Zibanejad taped his 100th help as a member of the Rangers on the play and Chris Kreider got credit for the other assist.

Strome evened the score with an easy tap-in 3:47 after the Skjei goal. Artemi Panarin picked up the main assist as he extended his individual point streak to six video games. He has discovered his way onto the rating sheet in 23 of the previous 27 video games. Buchnevich likewise helped the Strome objective.

Brady Skjei, Ryan Strome and Pavel Buchnevich scored for New York. Marner provided Toronto a 3-2 lead at 2:50 of the second duration when he scored a power-play objective on a two-man advantage. Strome evened the score with an easy tap-in 3:47 after the Skjei goal. He has discovered his method onto the rating sheet in 23 of the previous 27 video games.