NHL: TORONTO (14-19) at CAROLINA (17-17) <h3>Maple Leafs look for better result against Hurricanes</h3> <div class="pre">Toronto (14-13-6) at Carolina (17-14-3) 7:00 pm EST</div> RALEIGH, North Carolina (Ticker) - The Toronto Maple Leafslikely remember the last time they played the CarolinaHurricanes. In Toronto on October 9, seven different players scored forCarolina in a 7-1 rout. Center Matt Cullen, left wing CoryStillman and right wing Justin Williams each had a goal and twoassists and the Hurricanes went 4-for-8 on the power play. Toronto will be looking for a better showing when it visits theHurricanes on Tuesday. This will be the third of a seven-game road trip for Toronto,which dropped to 1-1-0 on the trip with a 4-1 loss at Montrealon Saturday. It was tough loss in more ways than one - defensive anchor BryanMcCabe broke his left hand when he was checked into the boardsby Andrei Kostitsyn in the third period and will be out up totwo months. Veteran center Mats Sundin continues to pace the Maple Leafs,7-7-1 on the road, with team-high totals of 16 goals and 24assists. Carolina's 6-5 shootout victory at Philadelphia ended athree-game losing streak for the Southeast Division leaders.Rod Brind'Amour netted the winning goal in the shootout.