The Maple Leafs can’t stop scoring beautiful goals on the Red Wings

Toronto won in style over the Red Wings on Saturday night.

It looks like it’s just going to be one of those years for the Toronto Maple Leafs, who have managed to alternate between moments good and bad like few others this season. While negative attention continues to swirl around certain aspects of the team, it racked up some impressive goals in a 4-1 win over the Detroit Red Wings on Saturday.

Tyler Bozak looks to be on pace for a career-high in points after scoring his seventh and eighth goals of the season, the first coming on a gorgeous shorthanded finish off a Detroit turnover.

That score split a 1-1 tie and put the Maple Leafs ahead before Peter Holland fired a shot past Jimmy Howard for some insurance after another Red Wings miscue:

Here’s a closer look at how the breakaway opportunity for Holland came together:

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The first Toronto goal of the night came on a close range shot from Leo Komarov in the first period. Bozak’s second score came with an empty net to effectively put the game away and end the scoring for the night.

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