The Maple Leafs beat the Flyers last night, and William Nylander has made his mark on the Maple Leafs rookie record book.

When Nylander scored his power play goal last night, he reached 9 on the season, and now sits tied for first on the Leafs rookie record books for power play goals in a rookie season - tied with Dan Daoust, Alexander Steen, and Walt Poddubny. One more and he sits alone on that list.

I mentioned these in the preview yesterday, but here are the Maple Leafs rookie records, along with where the kids stand:

Most goals:
1 - Wendel Clark - 34
3 - Auston Matthews - 31
3 - Daniel Marois - 31

Most Assists:
1 - Gus Bodnar - 40
3 - Mitchell Marner - 37
3 - Steve Thomas - 37
3 - Bob Nevin - 37

Most Points:
1 - Peter Ihnacak - 66
6 - Auston Matthews - 55

Most Power Play Goals:
1 - William Nylander - 9
1 - Alex Steen - 9
1 - Dan Daoust - 9
1 - Walt Poddubny - 9

Most Short Handed Goals:
1 - Zach Hyman - 3

Most Game Winning Goals:
1 - Auston Matthews - 6

It looks like we’re having a record breaking season. Now can we make the playoffs please?

Thanks for for the info.

Here are your links:

Frederik Andersen Has Been Put To The Test - Editor in Leaf
Just make sure it’s not world history.

Morgan Rielly knows he has doubters – and he is ready for them - The Athletic
Learned a lot from Kessel & Phanuef.

What Rest of Toronto Maple Leafs Season Holds - Last Word on Sports

Al Iafrate's glorious mullet - Vintage Leafs

Jack Eichel is the NHL’s best transition player - Die By the Blade
He’s ok.

The NHL's expansion list debacle, and what it can tells us about a league gone wrong
Revenge scenarios to watch as the season winds down
- DGB With some reading about hockey.

The Growth of Matthew Tkachuk: The Penalty Box Has Been In The Rear View Mirror Lately. - Mitchsticks & Gasoline
He’s still a shit weasel.

Old School Fourth Line Mentality Costing Nashville Points - On the Forecheck

Swedish Ice Hockey Federation wants NHL GMs to keep their prospects in Sweden rather than the AHL - Cup O Chowdah

Checking in on Jordan Eberle - That Oilers blog...whatever it’s called.

There are links. Read links.