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Maple Leafs2.513.0917.31%
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Three wins in their last five might have hurt Toronto's lottery chances, but it at least showed some life from a team that didn't appear to have any for months. The lineup is salvagable, but there should be massive organizational overhaul coming.
A Battle of Ontario win in overtime on Saturday night provided a few hours of fun after months of garbage. Only a few more weeks before the offseason overhaul can begin in earnest.
With only six wins in 32 games, these final eight contests are going to feel like an extended version of the end of 'Old Yeller.' This might even be more sad, though.
Phil Kessel told reporters after Toronto's drubbing at the hands of the Oilers that it was one of his lowest points in hockey. With 11 games remaining, they might yet find out if there is anything below rock bottom.
The Leafs haven't completely quit on the season, but unrest has become the norm in Toronto. From off-ice distractions, to missed meetings, to barking back at the media, there's so much negativity surrounding this club.
The Maple Leafs could be considered trade deadline winners. They shed David Clarkson's contract, got a first-round pick and a good prospect out Cody Franson. They'll have more work to do in the offseason, but they've got their rebuild starter kit set.
Two wins in 18 games is shockingly bad. Say what you will about their possession woes, but there's enough talent on this squad where two in 18 should be impossible.
Over their last 15 games, the Leafs have lost 14 times. They shed two solid players in Cody Franson and Mike Santorelli and are expected to trade away more. There's a good chance they'll be worse before the season ends.
The Maple Leafs set a record for the longest losing streak in franchise history, and they've been around a long time. It was stopped with some help from the lowly Oilers and we're still waiting for that fire sale that seemed imminent.
The Maple Leafs are in the midst of a nine-game losing streak over which they have scored just seven goals. So, anybody know when the fire sale starts in Toronto? Asking for 29 friends.
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The six-goal outburst against the Rangers showed what the Maple Leafs can look like when they play with pace and aggressiveness. They weren't as good as the scoreline suggested, but were so much better than their first two games.
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