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Team, play and statistical analysis of the Maple Leafs, their opponents and the NHL as a whole.
For the Toronto Maple Leafs, the series against the Florida Panthers has had a much different arrangement than the one against the Tampa Bay Lightning. I have two points to make around this. My shorter point is I think the Leafs prepared well for the Lightning defensively with their specialized
Last offseason was the summer of the Leafs goalie. Up front, the Leafs got obvious fit Zach Aston-Reese. They tried a couple of others who didn't work out and they rolled to the trade deadline with mostly last year's team, as expected. It was the goalie moves that mattered for the regular season.
Who played well, who didn’t, and who does it matter for?
Toronto and Boston have identical records heading into tonight. How did they get there?
Give the Toronto Maple Leafs some credit, playoff results notwithstanding, every year since 2016 the team has found ways to improve themselves and come back a better, more complete team. This season, Kyle Dubas has surrounded his Big Four with a forward cast that would make Connor McDavid and Leon
Who was bad, right? That’s all that matters.
There is a clear contingency plan in place.