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Last night the Leafs got it done by repeatedly coming back against the Boston Bruins to force OT and later a shootout where Nazem Kadri did what he does best, besting Tim Thomas with a sick shootout move. This moves the Leafs up to 82 points on the season with 4 games left to play. In the span of those four games, I have four things I'd like to see the Leafs accomplish before the season ends.

1) I want Phil Kessel and Mikhail Grabovski to each get their 30th goal. This would extend Phil's 30 goal streak to 3 seasons, leaving the door open for Jarome Iginla like comparisons in the future. And for Grabbo it might finally shut up his detractors and those saying the Leafs don't have a #1 center.

2) I want Clark MacArthur and Grabovski to reach the 60pt mark. Why? So the Leafs can boast having three 60 point players, the hallmark of a good team.

3) I want Keith Aulie to finish as a plus player. Right now, he sits at a -1 due to a poor showing the first go around and has been much better since. He's going to be a stalwart on the blue line for years and I don't want his playing on a poor Leafs team to tarnish his record.

4) I want the Leafs to win all of their remaining four games.

Your Leafs links after the jump.

Leafs Links

MacArthur Intent on Shattering Doubts

Eat.Sleep.Leafs lets us know that MacA is serious about playing some good hockey.

Player Performance Before, Under, and After Wilson

A look at how former Leafs have done over at MLHS.

Leafs Stay in Hunt

Game recap and more at the G&M

Leafs Beat Bruins 4-3

Game recap at The Hockey News.

Leafs Legend Bob Baun Get New Commercial

History was made baby.

Kaberle in a Healthier Place, but Will He Make a Difference?

VLM looks at Kabby's situations in Boston.

Other Links

Learning to Disrespect Your Opponent

Bourne on why the way of the samurai is not the best way for hockey.

You Are What You Shoot

I'm apparently soft wristers from the blue line :(