The Maple Leafs and Flyers met four times during the season, with Philadelphia winning the series 3-1-0. The Flyers outscored the Leafs 17-5. Here is a glance at the matches between the teams:
NOV. 1: FLYERS 7, MAPLE LEAFS 1
In their initial meeting after the Flyers clubbed the Leafs in the seventh game of the opening round of the 2003 playoffs, Philly humiliated the Leafs at the Air Canada Centre and pumped seven goals past Ed Belfour on only 22 shots.
JAN. 16: FLYERS 4, LEAFS 1
In a stranger-than-fiction occurrence, Ed Belfour was chased from the nets after allowing three goals on 12 shots. Afterward, Leafs coach Pat Quinn wondered aloud where his players' minds were during the game at the Wachovia Center.
JAN. 17: FLYERS 4, LEAFS 0
The Flyers completed a home-and-home sweep with a Robert Esche shutout at the Air Canada Centre. The Leafs had a no-finish attack with 34 shots, and a lack of muscle down low in their own zone contributed to the Flyers' success.
MARCH 18: LEAFS 3, FLYERS 2
In a game that Toronto led 3-0 with under five minutes to play, Brian Leetch scored his first two goals for the Leafs. Defenceman Tomas Kaberle, who struggled mightily against Philly in the playoffs last year, was a healthy scratch for the first time since his rookie season.
Leafs vs. Flyers
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