Leafs Report

ROB LONGLEY, SUN MEDIA

, Last Updated: 9:16 AM ET

MONSTER NOT RATTLED

Three goals on five shots won't go down as one of Jonas Gustavsson's more memorable moments of his rookie season in the NHL.

But after getting yanked 10 minutes into the game Saturday night against Calgary, the big Swede had a philosophical outlook.

"Sometimes you let the first three goals in and sometimes you stop 40 shots," Gustavsson said. "I'm always mad when we lose a game and when I let in three goals."

That effort allowed Gustavsson's goals against average to drift up to 3.06.

PHIL JR.?

Phil Kessel isn't the only family member with a scoring touch.

Amanda Kessel, the younger sister of the Leafs forward, has just been recruited to play college hockey at the University of Minnesota, the same school her brother played during his NCAA career.

The younger Kessel was recently named most valuable forward at the 2009 under-18 world championships when she scored six goals and 13 assists to lead Team USA to the gold medal.

LOOSE LEAFS

The Leafs are on the road for a pair of games, starting tomorrow in Ottawa followed by a trip to Carolina on Thursday ... Besides getting time on the power play in his first NHL game, Leafs rookie Carl Gunnarsson had three shots on net and blocked five shots, the most by any Leaf against Calgary ... Christian Hanson, one of the Leafs late cuts at training camp, has a share of the Marlies' scoring lead with five goals and eight assists in 14 games.


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