Matthews and Nylander led Maple Leafs 4-1 against Wild

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The New York Islanders go to Toronto, Ontario, Canada, to take on the Toronto Maple Leafs on Saturday at the Scotiabank Arena.

Auston Matthews had a goal and an assist, Pierre Engvall scored, and Mitchell Marner had two assists for the Maple Leafs (24-14-5), who are 9-0-1 during the streak. Winnipeg actually out-shot Toronto but Frederik Andersen survived the barrage by stopping 45 of 48 shots.

Toronto faced two-goal deficits in each of its past three games, yet rallied to beat Carolina and New Jersey, before losing in overtime to the New York Rangers.

Semyon Varlamov had 20 saves for the Islanders, losers of five of their last seven (2-4-1).

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Keefe said before the game that if Hutchinson didn't get the start against the Islanders, there likely wouldn't be another chance to rest Andersen over a seven-game stretch before the National Hockey League all-star break starting on January 24.

Nylander's 18th goal of the season at 3:24 of the first period gave him at least one goal in each of his past five games.

Winnipeg had a power play midway through the opening period, but Andersen stopped Laine three times, including a snapping glove save. Now, the game was a bit of a snoozer early on.

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After a scoreless first period, Hutchinson stepped up in the second, facing 16 shots.

Dermott poked in a loose puck in the crease at 9:02 and Engvall scored 35 seconds later to make it 4-2. Compensated by fans who supported the visitors, Matthews completed a flawless tic-tac-toe passing game with Nylander and Mitchell Marner to make it 3-0 to the power game in the middle of the second period.

Suter scored the 3-1 draw later in the second half in the power game.

Connor McDavid has recorded 65 total points while scoring 23 goals and totalling 42 assists for the Oilers. Kasperi Kapanen had a goal and an assist and now has four points in the last four games. After defenceman Justin Holl dug the puck out of the boards behind Toronto's goal, he passed to Matthews who sent it over to Marner, who in turn found a streaking Hyman.

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