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-- Auston Matthews scored in his ninth consecutive road game to set a Toronto Maple Leafs record in a 2-1 loss to the Arizona Coyotes at Gila River Arena on Wednesday.Matthews had been tied with Daniel Marois (1989-90), Frank Mahovlich (1960-61) and Babe Dye (1920-21) at eight straight road games."I would have rather, obviously, taken the win," Matthews said. "I'm still leaving the rink a little bit sour tonight at not getting those two points."Video: TOR@ARI: Matthews scores in ninth straight road gameKarel Vejmelka made 45 saves in his fourth NHL win, and Ryan Dzingel scored twice for the Coyotes (8-23-3) after missing seven games with an upper-body injury."We're lucky we had `Vejjy' back there tonight," Dzingel said. We generated more than enough to score far more than we did but we didn't execute and find ways to make it harder on their goaltender once he got in a groove."Toronto outshot Arizona 46-18."The amount of shots and chances we had tonight, I thought we really controlled the play for the most part, but sometimes you run into a hot goalie," Matthews said.Dzingel skated to the edge of the crease and scored off Nick Schmaltz's pass from the right wing to give the Coyotes a 2-1 lead at 12:42 of the third period.Video: TOR@ARI: Dzingel taps home a nice pass for the leadDzingel, playing for the first time since Dec. 10, scored for the first time since Nov. 20.He gave the Coyotes a 1-0 lead at 14:57 of the first period by scoring off a rebound of his shot that deflected off the end boards."It's the first shot I've had in a while and I shanked one high and then I got lucky, it was a really good bounce," Dzingel said.

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