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(SportsNetwork.com) - With a chance to grab second in the Atlantic Division the Toronto Maple Leafs will have extra motivation as coach Randy Carlyle makes his return to the Honda Center to face his former team, the Anaheim Ducks tonight. Listen to the game live on TSN Radio Toronto 1050 at 10pm et. Carlyle served as head coach of the Ducks for six-plus seasons before getting fired on Nov. 31, 2011 and replaced by Boudreau. The Ducks won the Stanley Cup in 2007 under Carlyle, who went 273-182-61 during his time with Anaheim. The Maple Leafs currently sit third in the Atlantic Division, two points ahead of the fourth-place Tampa Bay Lightning and one point behind the Canadiens. Carlyle won his first matchup versus the Ducks since getting fired, a 4-2 victory at home on Oct. 22. Phil Kessel had a hat trick for Toronto and Dion Phaneuf notched a goal in the Leafs fourth straight victory over the Ducks. Toronto also has won eight of the previous 11 meetings overall and four of the last six in Anaheim. "Toronto is a great team," Boudreau told his clubs website. "They have the highest scoring line in the league, and they can skate. And, its Randys first trip back. Theyre going to be all pumped up. It should be an exciting game, and it should be a really tough game." Hiller made 19 saves in that October loss and is 0-4-0 in his career versus the Maple Leafs with a 4.84 goals against average. Jonathan Bernier made 23 saves and is 3-1-1 lifetime versus the Ducks with a 2.22 GAA and will start in goal tonight. Toronto is beginning a five-game road trip tonight and is just 12-12-7 as the guest compared to 22-11-1 at home. The Maple Leafs hit the road having gone 4-1-2 in their last seven games, winning two straight in overtime. That includes a 4-3 triumph over the Philadelphia Flyers on Saturday. Toronto led 2-0 after the first period and 3-2 with 6:26 left in the third period, but Philadelphia forced overtime on a goal with 2:32 on the clock. Joffrey Lupul was able to secure the extra point for his club when he scored 2:21 into the extra frame. "We dont want to make a habit of blowing third-period leads, but things are going to happen and other teams are going to make plays," said Lupul. "We stuck with it and there was a good feeling on our bench going into overtime." Mason Raymond, Nazem Kadri and Jake Gardiner also lit the lamp in the win. Troy Bodie supplied two assists and Bernier made 28 stops. The Ducks, idle since Friday, have followed up a three-game winning streak with back-to-back shootout losses, giving them 93 points on the season and a four-point edge over the San Jose Sharks for first place in the Pacific Division. However, Anaheim now sits a point behind St. Louis for the most in the league after the Blues recorded a shootout victory on Sunday. The Ducks have been defeated in consecutive six-round shootouts, first falling to the Montreal Canadiens last Wednesday before a 3-2 defeat to the Pittsburgh Penguins two nights later. In the sixth round, Pittsburghs Brandon Sutter went to the backhand and lifted it high past Jonas Hiller. Ryan Getzlaf had the last chance for Anaheim, but he missed with a backhand attempt. Corey Perry had both goals in regulation for the Ducks, while Hiller turned away 15 shots in the loss. "I thought we played a great game," said Anaheim head coach Bruce Boudreau. "Take away their power play, and I think they had 10 or 11 shots, which is great. We followed our game plan to a tee. We just lost in a shootout." Anaheim lost defenseman Luca Sbisa to a lower-body injury on Friday and he may sit out tonight when Carlyle returns to Anaheim for the first time as the coach of the Maple Leafs. Jacob deGrom Jersey . The Kelowna, B.C. rink made the announcement on their facebook page on Thursday night. Juan Lagares Jersey . The international synchronized skating competition takes place from January 31 - February 1, 2014, and features 39 teams from 10 countries, in senior, junior, and novice. http://www.metsrookiestore.com/Mets-Pedro-Martinez-Kids-Jersey/ . -- Wichita State is all alone in the record book. Gary Carter Jersey . It certainly isnt a coincidence that Dwight Howard has scored at least 20 points in each game of the winning streak. Jose Bautista Jersey .The long-haired pivot, who joined the Alouettes midway through the CFL season and put up a 9-3 record as a starter, will be listed as the top quarterback in training camp next spring.With a full training camp under his belt, the Alouettes will see if he has what it takes to get them back to the Grey Cup game after a four-year absence.With Saturdays win the Winnipeg Jets finish their season high six-game road trip at 4-2. They are back to a game above .500 on the year and back to .500 on the road. It was their 10th extra time game of the year, and only the second one that did not got to a shootout. Mark Scheifele, with his first career overtime goal, was the hero for the Jets. It was  also his third goal of the season. Scheifele scored the first goal of the trip (November 25th in New Jersey), and the last goal of the trip. The loss against Florida Thursday did not sit well with the Jets and it showed on the ice as they outshot Tampa 15-5 in the first, the only goal coming on a deflection by Blake Wheeler, his seventh goal of the season. It was Wheelers 100th career goal. It was the fourth time in the six games the Jets opened the scoring in the game. It was a shot by Jacob Trouba that Wheeler defected, with Grant Clitsome also picking up an assist. The play started with a faceoff win by Bryan Little. The first period faceoff stats very much favoured the Jets. The second period saw the Lightning start to gain momentum, especially in the second half of the period. The Jets were guilty of some turnovers, and add the long change in the middle period, it resulted in some long shifts and more time in their own end. The shots still favoured the Jets 14-12, and both Anders Lindback and Al Montoya played very well. It was Tampas 12th shot of the period that tied the game. An icing call resulted in a faceoff with 2.6 seconds on the clock. Martin St. Louis got the puck to the front of the net before the puck even settled on the ice, and Nate Thompson one-timed it home to tie the game with .2 seconds on the clock. Lindback made a terrific save off Devin Setoguchi when it was still 1-0, keeping his team just down a goal. Tampa outshot the Jets 12-6 in a scoreless third period with Montoya robbing Nikita Kucherov in the back half of the period to keep it tied at one. With 10 of the Jets 14 road games being decided by one goal, not a surprise the game went to overtime. The first good chance came from Alex Killorn as he had a partial breakaway only to hit the inside of the post. Scheifele lost his footing as he got the puck to the centre ice area, but managed to get it to Wheeler. Wheeler carried it into the Lightning zone, while Scheifele made his way to the front of the net, stick on the ice and eye on the puck as Wheeler put it to the back post where Scheifele was able to redirect it into the net to end the game at 1:04 of overtime and end the road trip with a win. Setoguchi lead the Jets witth six shots on goal tying his season high, Dustin Byfuglien had five.dddddddddddd. Little won 15 of 24 faceoffs, Olli Jokinen 11 of 20, Scheifele 7 of 12. Byfuglien again played more than 26 minutes to lead in ice time, Trouba second at more than 24, his highest total since returning from injury at the start of the trip. Trouba took a shot off the hand late in the game, left in some discomfort, but was okay. The power play went 0/16 on the trip, the penalty kill was successful on 14 of 15. The Jets are now 8-3-1 against Eastern Conference teams this season. The only game on the trip the Jets gave up more than two goals was the loss against the Panthers. Jets were again minus Evander Kane, still listed as day to day with a lower body injury. In his absence Chris Thorburn set season highs for ice time and also had success in the faceoff department. It was a good trip for him, including a two assist game against the Rangers. “We really had a good first period,” said coach Claude Noel post-game. “They had a good second and the late goal could have unnerved us but we came back and played good in the third. We had a solid game. 3-3 would not have felt very good, 4-2 on the trip is a lot more comforting.” With the Jets dominating the opening period it made for a tough game for Montoya with not a lot of shots. “He was really strong and a tough game,” continued Noel. “The late goal in the second would have been tough on everyone if we had lost. We caught a break in overtime with the goal post.” The Jets now return home for three division games against St. Louis Tuesday, Colorado Thursday  (both TSN Jets, TSN 1290), and Dallas Saturday afternoon (TSN 1290). Then its back on the road for two, with back-to-back games in Columbus and Buffalo.Wheeler finished the trip 2-3-5 in the last five games with two points in the final game, giving him 2-10-12 in his last 14 games overall. Trouba had three assists in his last three games, plus the Ranger game where he had eight blocked shots. Scheifele 2-2-4 on the trip and 2-3-5 in his last seven games. Other notes from the trip – Ondrej Pavelec started the trip with his 100th career win, Wheeler played his 400th NHL game, Jokinen scored against two of his former teams, getting two in New York and one in Florida. He has two, two goal games as a Jet, both at Madison Square Garden. Mark Stuart had his first goal of the season against the Islanders, and John Albert scored his first NHL goal in his first NHL game, that coming against the Rangers. Setoguchi was 3-2-5 on the six-game trip. 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