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Bobby McMann caps off 3-point night against Oilers with epic mic drop comment


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Ryan Smitheram
March 24, 2024  (3:55 PM)
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McMann finished with two goals and one assist in last night's win
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Last night was supposed to be a highly contested game between the Toronto Maple Leafs and Edmonton Oilers, but for the first fifty minutes, it was anything but that, thanks to Leafs forward Bobby McMann.

The Leafs stormed out to a 5-0 lead that chased Oilers goalie Stuart Skinner to start the third period and it wasn't until midway through that period the Oilers finally got on the board. The game ended closer than expected, but thanks to a pair of goals from Pontus Holmberg and the aforementioned McMann, the Leafs escaped with the win.
Following the game, McMann was asked about the third period push from the Oilers that followed a very strong two periods from the Leafs. He capped off his three-point night with a mic drop comment.
"We came out with an attitude that we know we're a better team, and we want to dictate the play from the start... Proud of us for that. Yeah, they have some skilled players, and they pushed back a little bit. But we took it to them enough that it didn't matter."

McMann, who almost scored his third of the game on a shorthanded rush, but rang one off the iron, now has 4 points in his last two games. He has been thriving with the increased ice time on the second line and will look to continue his streak as the Leafs take on the Carolina Hurricanes tonight.
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Bobby McMann caps off 3-point night against Oilers with epic mic drop comment

Do you think Bobby McMann is capable of playing in a top six role for the Leafs in the playoffs?

Yes, he's been excellent29373.1 %
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