Bozak and Clarke MacArthur scored 19 seconds apart in the first period for Toronto, which reclaimed first place in the Northeast Division and sent the spiraling Ducks to their seventh consecutive loss.
Goalie Jonas Gustavsson made 26 saves in his fourth straight victory for Toronto during starter James Reimer's injury absence.
Corey Perry and Francois Beauchemin scored for the Ducks, who have won twice in 18 games since Oct. 17.
Jonas Hiller made 23 saves for the Ducks, who have 16 points, the league's second-lowest total, despite the presence of reigning league MVP Perry, an All-Star goalie in Hiller and a wealth of elite talent.
Toronto's Phil Kessel, the league goal and points leader, had an assist for his 31st point.
Lupul, second in the league with 29 points, was impressive in his return to Anaheim, which dealt him to Toronto nine months ago shortly after he returned from a year's absence due to back injuries.
Rookie defenseman Jake Gardiner played more than 25 minutes for the Leafs, who acquired him in the same trade with Anaheim for Beauchemin.
game highlights: Alex Tanguay and Jarome Iginla had third-period goals to pad the Flames' lead and help stop a three-game losing streak with a 5-2 win over the host Wild. … The Blues beat the host Blue Jackets 2-1, giving coach Ken Hitchcock a win in his first game against his former club. Hitchcock, the winningest coach all time for Columbus, guided the Blue Jackets to their only playoff berth, in 2009, before being fired a season later. Hitchcock replaced fired Davis Payne in St. Louis on Nov. 6.
around the league: The Canadiens' Max Pacioretty has a hearing with the league today about the open-ice hit he put on the Penguins' Kris Letang on Saturday that broke Letang's nose. No penalty was called on the play. … Red Wings forward Patrick Eaves was scheduled to have surgery on his broken jaw today and is expected to be out six to eight weeks. Eaves was hit by a slap shot Saturday against the Predators. … The Stars put goaltender Kari Lehtonen, tied for the league wins lead with 13, on injured reserve with a groin injury sustained against the Coyotes on Saturday.
First Period—1, Anaheim, Beauchemin 3 (Selanne, Sbisa), 9:51 (pp). 2, Toronto, Bozak 5 (Liles, Lupul), 14:10 (pp). 3, Toronto, MacArthur 9 (Connolly), 14:29. Penalties—Cogliano, Ana (high-sticking), 6:18; MacArthur, Tor (tripping), 8:20; Guenin, Ana (elbowing), 12:57.
Second Period—4, Toronto, Crabb 5 (Schenn, Colborne), 2:36. Penalties—None.
Third Period—5, Toronto, Bozak 6 (Kessel, Lupul), :47. 6, Anaheim, Perry 10 (Getzlaf, Fowler), 5:38. 7, Toronto, Schenn 1 (Kulemin), 19:48 (en). Penalties—Fowler, Ana (slashing), 2:52; Koivu, Ana (slashing), 10:36; Phaneuf, Tor (high-sticking), 14:39. Shots on Goal—Toronto 10-12-6—28. Anaheim 10-7-11—28. Power-play opportunities—Toronto 1 of 4; Anaheim 1 of 2. Goalies—Toronto, Gustavsson 8-4-0 (28 shots-26 saves). Anaheim, Hiller 5-10-4 (27-23).
First Period—1, Minnesota, Clutterbuck 6 (Koivu, Heatley), 1:57 (pp). 2, Calgary, Giordano 4, 4:37. 3, Calgary, Stempniak 5 (Backlund, Butler), 6:54. 4, Minnesota, Johnson 3 (Brodziak), 8:06. 5, Calgary, Brodie 1 (Stajan, Jackman), 8:45. Penalties—Giordano, Cal (high-sticking), :28; Clutterbuck, Min (high-sticking), 8:53; Glencross, Cal (cross-checking), 12:50; Stoner, Min (roughing), 12:50.
Second Period—None. Penalties—W.Peters, Min (slashing), 2:02; Bourque, Cal (tripping), 10:48; Smith, Cal (holding), 16:12; Stempniak, Cal (holding), 19:28.
Third Period—6, Calgary, Tanguay 4, 1:39. 7, Calgary, Iginla 7 (Glencross, Jokinen), 8:26. Penalties—Minnesota bench, served by Staubitz (objects on ice), 8:26; Stajan, Cal (goaltender interference), 18:38. Shots on Goal—Calgary 15-11-9—35. Minnesota 7-10-4—21. Power-play opportunities—Calgary 0 of 3; Minnesota 1 of 5. Goalies—Calgary, Kiprusoff 9-9-0 (21 shots-19 saves). Minnesota, Backstrom 7-5-2 (8-5), Harding (8:45 first, 27-25).
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First Period—None. Penalties—Cole, StL (interference), 9:51.
Second Period—1, Columbus, Dorsett 3 (Pahlsson, Tyutin), 5:06. 2, St. Louis, K.Russell 5 (Steen, Shattenkirk), 19:52. Penalties—St. Louis bench, served by D'Agostini (too many men), 1:01; Tyutin, Clm (holding), 9:32; Steen, StL (holding), 9:40; Carter, Clm (hooking), 18:06; D'Agostini, StL (interference), 18:51.
Third Period—3, St. Louis, Backes 9 (Oshie, Arnott), 7:49 (pp). Penalties—Reaves, StL, major (fighting), 4:21; Bass, Clm, major (fighting), 4:21; Tyutin, Clm (hooking), 6:31; Cole, StL (hooking), 8:50; Tyutin, Clm (hooking), 9:54; Prospal, Clm (slashing), 14:16. Shots on Goal—St. Louis 7-10-12—29. Columbus 7-9-8—24. Power-play opportunities—St. Louis 1 of 5; Columbus 0 of 5. Goalies—St. Louis, Elliott 10-1-0 (24 shots-23 saves). Columbus, Sanford 3-1-2 (29-27).
First Period—1, Ottawa, Spezza 7 (Gonchar, Karlsson), :55. 2, Carolina, Dwyer 3 (Bre.Sutter, Gleason), 15:03. 3, Ottawa, Spezza 8 (Gonchar, Karlsson), 18:03 (pp). Penalties—Condra, Ott (interference), 3:20; Cowen, Ott (hooking), 12:27; Joslin, Car, major (fighting), 17:14; Greening, Ott, major (fighting), 17:14; Bra.Sutter, Car (boarding), 17:21; Skinner, Car (slashing), 19:36.
Second Period—4, Ottawa, Rundblad 1 (Butler, Konopka), 19:46. Penalties—Foligno, Ott (interference), 1:39; Gleason, Car (roughing), 5:57; Winchester, Ott (roughing, unsportsmanlike conduct), 5:57; Spezza, Ott (high-sticking), 14:10; Bre.Sutter, Car (holding), 17:46.
Third Period—5, Carolina, E.Staal 5 (Pitkanen, Ruutu), 6:46. 6, Ottawa, Smith 4 (Daugavins, Kuba), 12:35. 7, Carolina, Ponikarovsky 6 (LaRose), 16:49 (pp). Penalties—Spezza, Ott (hooking), :36; E.Staal, Car (tripping), 4:17; Filatov, Ott (hooking), 14:56; Smith, Ott (high-sticking), 18:16. Shots on Goal—Carolina 14-12-11—37. Ottawa 6-12-7—25. Power-play opportunities—Carolina 1 of 8; Ottawa 1 of 4. Goalies—Carolina, Ward 8-10-3 (25 shots-21 saves). Ottawa, Anderson 10-7-1 (37-34).