Missed opportunities, a battle-weary goalie and a final assault by nemesis Phil Kessel steamrollered the Ducks and their seven-game winning streak Tuesday night.
The Toronto Maple Leafs, on a 10-1-1 run of their own, leaned on a 40-save effort by former Kings goalie Jonathan Bernier and dealt Anaheim a 6-2 defeat that matched the Ducks' most lopsided setbacks of the season.
"Weird game. We had chances — chances and chances — we bury those chances, the game's over," Ducks center Ryan Kesler said.
But after out-shooting Toronto, 31-16, through two periods only to trail by a goal, the Ducks' mounting frustration of repeatedly missing an open net or...