For the second time in three games, the Detroit Red Wings and the Toronto Maple Leafs faced off against each other and again the result was the same as Toronto beat Detroit 4-1 at Maple Leaf Gardens Saturday night. Detroit (17-7-7) losers of their last three games, opened the scoring at the 15:27 mark when Niklas Kronwall put the puck in the upper corner of the goal on the power play for a 1-0 lead. Exactly one minute later though, James van Riemsdyk tied the game on his power play goal. Toronto (17-9-3) then took the lead for good in the second period when Richard Panik scored with 2:10 left in the period. The Maple Leafs then capped off their scoring in the third with an early goal by Morgan Rielly and an empty net goal from Nazem Kadri to secure their fourth win in a row. Jonathan Bernier was in goal for the Leafs and stopped 27 Red Wing shots and Petr Mrazek was in goal for Detroit and made 37 saves. Detroit returns home on Tuesday night when they face the suddenly hot Columbus Blue Jackets who have won five in a row. Puck drops in Hockeytown at 7:30pm