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Maple Leafs 11, Oilers 9

January 9, 1986

TORONTO (AP) _ Miroslav Frycer scored four goals and Russ Courtnall and Steve Thomas added two each as the Toronto Maple Leafs outscored the Edmonton Oilers 11-9 in a National Hockey League game Wednesday night.

Brad Smith, Wendel Clark and Dan Hodgson also scored for the Leafs.

The 20 goals represented a Maple Leaf Gardens record for most goals by two teams. The previous high was 18 in a 10-8 Toronto victory over Chicago, Oct. 16, 1983.

Edmonton captain Wayne Gretzky scored his 29th, 30th and 31st goals - his third three-goal game this season and 37th of his career - and assisted on three other Oiler goals.

Glenn Anderson added two goals and Raimo Summanen, Kevin McClelland, Paul Coffey and Jari Kurri, who had five assists, one goal each.

The Oilers started Andy Moog in goal but he allowed five goals on 11 shots and was replaced by Grant Fuhr with three minutes left in the first period. Tim Bernhardt was the winning goaltender. Toronto outshot Edmonton 39-31.

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