On a roll: Brandon Pirri, left, is congratulated after scoring in the second period, his first of two goals against Toronto on Thursday night.
On a roll: Brandon Pirri, left, is congratulated after scoring in the second period, his first of two goals against Toronto on Thursday night. Frank Gunn AP
On a roll: Brandon Pirri, left, is congratulated after scoring in the second period, his first of two goals against Toronto on Thursday night. Frank Gunn AP

Florida Panthers beat Toronto Maple Leafs, gain ground in standings

March 26, 2015 11:29 PM

UPDATED March 26, 2015 11:45 PM

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