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Lighting beats Maple Leafs in overtime

Ryan Malone's goal is the difference in Tampa Bay's 2-1 win.

November 04, 2009|Associated Press

TORONTO — Ryan Malone scored at 2:21 of overtime, giving the Tampa Bay Lightning a 2-1 victory over the Toronto Maple Leafs on Tuesday night.

Malone tapped in an awkward shot that bounced over Jonas Gustavsson moments after John Mitchell nearly won it for the Maple Leafs on a pretty rush, with the puck nearly taking another funny hop into the goal. Malone's goal stood up after a video review.

Vincent Lecavalier also scored for the Lightning (5-4-4), who won their first road game of the season (1-4-1). Ian White replied for the Maple Leafs (1-7-5), who have lost four straight games in extra time.

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