ST. LOUIS -- When Toronto's top goalie James Reimer went down with an injury, the Maple Leafs looked for someone to step in and pick up the slack. Ben Scrivens was ready, willing and able Thursday night. Scrivens, making his third NHL start, thwarted the St. Louis Blues on three shootout attempts and stopped 37 shots through overtime to help the Maple Leafs snap a two-game losing streak with a 3-2 win over the Blues. ``It's a double-edged sword,'' Scrivens said. ``They don't know much about me. Also, I don't know much about them. So I just tried to get out there and stay big and try and track the puck and force them to beat me with a good move or a good shot.'' For more on the game Click Here.