TORONTO — Frederik Andersen made 35 saves as the Maple Leafs downed the Wild 4-2 on Wednesday."I've seen Freddie make better saves, but he was good," Wild coach Bruce Boudreau said. "He won them the game."Nazem Kadri, Patrick Marleau, Connor Carrick and Connor Brown scored for the Maple Leafs.Jason Zucker scored twice for the Wild, who have lost three in a row. Devan Dubnyk stopped 15 shots in defeat.Leafs coach Mike Babcock shifted Marleau to the middle with star center Auston Matthews out day to day with an upper-body injury. Matthews was scratched for the first time since being drafted in 2016, playing in 98 straight games, including all 82 last year in his Calder Trophy-winning season.Andersen was solid for Toronto in the second period, most notably when the Maple Leafs took three straight minor penalties, including two tripping calls on defenseman Andreas Borgman.First Andersen made a big save on Matt Cullen with his right pad to keep the score tied before the Maple Leafs rushed the puck up the ice for their second goal. Then he robbed Tyler Ennis from in close after a turnover midway through the period to hold the lead.Carrick gave the Leafs some breathing room 3:40 into the third period with his first of the year when his point shot deflected past Dubnyk for a 3-1 lead. Game highlights: Jimmy Vesey scored twice in 29 seconds in the first period and the host Rangers went on to beat the Bruins 4-2. Vesey joined Alexander Kerfoot of the Islanders as the only players to score a pair of goals in 30 seconds or less this season.