|Nov. 20 10:21 AM PT11:21 AM MT12:21 PM CT1:21 PM ET18:21 GMT2:21 AM 北京时间11:21 AM MST1:21 PM EST22:21 UAE13:21 ET - Kessel also broke out of a mini-slump, scoring a pair of goals Tuesday.
Analysis: They were Kessel's first goals in five games. He had just one point in his past seven.
|Nov. 18 8:42 PM PT9:42 PM MT10:42 PM CT11:42 PM ET4:42 GMT12:42 AM 北京时间9:42 PM MST11:42 PM EST8:42 UAE23:42 ET - Kessel missed Monday's practice with the flu.
Analysis: It's unclear if he'll play Tuesday against the New York Islanders.
|Nov. 9 7:53 AM PT8:53 AM MT9:53 AM CT10:53 AM ET15:53 GMT11:53 PM 北京时间8:53 AM MST10:53 AM EST19:53 UAE10:53 ET - Kessel scored a beauty in regulation and James van Riemsdyk got the shootout winner Friday night as Toronto beat the New Jersey Devils 2-1.
Analysis: Kessel's 10th goal, which opened the scoring, came on a solo rush as the Leafs forward skated through two Devils in the defensive zone before beating Cory Schneider between the legs at 8:12 of the third period. It ended a Toronto scoreless stretch of almost 110 minutes.
|Oct. 30 10:31 AM PT11:31 AM MT12:31 PM CT1:31 PM ET17:31 GMT1:31 AM 北京时间10:31 AM MST12:31 PM EST21:31 UAE13:31 ET - Kessel had two goals and two assists on Tuesday and the Maple Leafs won their second game in a row, defeating the Edmonton Oilers 4-0.
Analysis: The 26-year-old winger has seven goals and 10 points in his past four games to move into a tie for second place in the NHL's point-scoring race.
|Oct. 27 2:23 PM PT3:23 PM MT4:23 PM CT5:23 PM ET21:23 GMT5:23 AM 北京时间2:23 PM MST4:23 PM EST1:23 UAE (+1)17:23 ET - Kessel scored his fifth goal in three games in a win over Pittsburgh on Saturday.
Analysis: Kessel has five goals on his last 10 shots after previously scoring twice on 36 shots.
|Oct. 23 10:47 AM PT11:47 AM MT12:47 PM CT1:47 PM ET17:47 GMT1:47 AM 北京时间10:47 AM MST12:47 PM EST21:47 UAE13:47 ET - Riding Kessel's three-goal performance, Toronto recovered from a poor start to defeat Anaheim 4-2 Tuesday night and deny the Ducks a club-record eighth straight win.
Analysis: Kessel, whose offense has been sporadic this season, upped his goal total to five with the hat trick. The Leafs star came into the game with two goals on 36 shots. He left with five on 40.
|Oct. 11 1:03 PM PT2:03 PM MT3:03 PM CT4:03 PM ET20:03 GMT4:03 AM 北京时间1:03 PM MST3:03 PM EST0:03 UAE (+1)16:03 ET - Kessel had a goal and two assists to help Toronto defeat Nashville 4-0 on Thursday.
Analysis: Kessel has gotten off to a productive start with two goals and four assists in his first five games.
|Oct. 1 8:17 AM PT9:17 AM MT10:17 AM CT11:17 AM ET15:17 GMT11:17 PM 北京时间8:17 AM MST10:17 AM EST19:17 UAE11:17 ET - The Maple Leafs and Kessel have agreed to terms on a $64-million, eight-year contract extension.
Analysis: The deal was signed just hours before the Maple Leafs' opener in Montreal on Tuesday night. Kessel had one season left on his previous deal at $5.4 million. Kessel had 20 goals and 32 assists in 48 games last season.
|Sep. 26 9:39 PM PT10:39 PM MT11:39 PM CT12:39 AM ET4:39 GMT12:39 PM 北京时间9:39 PM MST11:39 PM EST8:39 UAE0:39 ET - The Maple Leafs caught a bit of a break on Tuesday when the NHL suspended Kessel only for Toronto's final three preseason games for slashing Buffalo Sabres tough guy John Scott.
Analysis: Kessel had a telephone disciplinary hearing on Tuesday regarding his actions in Sunday's game. Kessel slashed Scott twice and gave him a spear, resulting in his ejection from the game. That sparked the bench-clearing brawl that led to David Clarkson's long regular-season ban. Kessel's clean record and the fact that Scott wasn't injured determined the suspension, according to NHL vice president of player safety Brendan Shanahan.
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