New additions fuel Leafs’ win in Philadelphia

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Updated: October 2, 2013

Philadelphia, PA (SportsNetwork.com) – Dave Bolland scored twice, including
the winner early in the third period, and Jonathan Bernier stopped 31 shots as
the Toronto Maple Leafs took down the Philadelphia Flyers, 3-1, on Wednesday.

Bolland, whose last tally was the Stanley Cup-winner for Chicago late in
regulation of the deciding Game 6 in Boston, was shipped north of the border
in a draft-day deal for two picks in 2013 and one in 2014.

Bernier made his first start for the Leafs, after being acquired from Los
Angeles in late June for two players and a draft pick.

Phil Kessel added a score and Joffrey Lupul picked up a pair of assists for
the Maple Leafs, who won both of their back-to-back road games to begin
their 2013-14 schedule.

Steve Mason made 22 saves in defeat for the Flyers, who received a first-
period power-play strike from Brayden Schenn but came up empty on six other
opportunities.

Vincent Lecavalier earned his first Philadelphia point with the primary
assist.