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Ennis records 1st hat trick, Toronto beats Calgary (5th Mar 19 at 10:22am UTC)
Tyler Ennis made a return to his home province a night to remember.

Ennis recorded his first career hat trick to lead the Toronto Maple Leafs championship rings to a 6-2 victory over the Calgary Flames on Monday night.

Zach Hyman had two goals for Toronto. Mitch Marner had a goal and two assists, giving him 10 points (three goals, seven assists) in the last four games.

Matthew Tkachuk and Derek Ryan scored for Calgary Flames championship rings for sale, which has dropped two in a row after a seven-game winning streak. The Flames' lead atop the Pacific Division remained three points over San Jose.

Ennis, who was scratched in Toronto's previous game, opened the scoring 9:50 into the first on a power play. He got the puck skating through the low slot and sent a backhand shot into the top corner.

After scoring again late in the first on a carom, Ennis completed his big night by sending a shot from the side boards that slipped past David Rittich for his 12th goal. The fans littered the ice with over 100 hats.

The custom Toronto Maple Leafs championship rings moved within one point of second-place Boston in the Atlantic Division.

Frederik Andersen made 35 saves and won his fifth straight, improving to 32-13-3.

Rittich had 26 stops and slipped to 22-6-5. It was Rittich's second regulation loss since mid-December. He entered the game 11-1-4 in his last 16 games championship rings for sale.

Andersen was excellent in the second period, drawing chants of "Freddy, Freddy" from the crowd.

Early in the second, he snapped Mikael Backlund's shot from close range. Late in the period, he stopped a shot off the stick of Johnny Gaudreau.

Andersen's blocker save off Austin Czarnik on a breakaway preserved the Leafs' 1-0 lead. Toronto struck twice immediately after.

Ennis' second, making it 2-0 at 17:15, was a fluke as his shot hit the skate of Rasmus Andersson in the slot and tumbled high in the air, eventually going over Rittich's shoulder and landing in the net stanley cup rings.

At 18:51, Backlund's giveaway in the offensive zone enabled Marner to race away on a breakaway. Rittich stopped the initial shot, but the rebound went in off Hyman's skate.

Toronto made it 4-0 at 4:11 of the second when Marner neatly set up Hyman's second goal of the game.

Calgary Flames championship rings got on the scoreboard late in the second, needing just 10 seconds to convert their first power play of the night. Gaudreau's wraparound bounced around the crease and crossed the line.

"They got a lucky bounce on the second one and chasing the game against them is tough, man. They have a lot of skill over there and they make you pay for little mistakes," said Calgary captain Mark Giordano.

But there's no panic in the Flames room yet.

"We're still in a good spot. There's no need to start freaking out or anything, we're still first in the West," Tkachuk said. "We're fine. We just need to go out and take care of business on this road trip."
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