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Toronto Maple Leafs

Venue: Air Canada Centre | Coach: Randy Carlyle
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Maple Leafs2.662.9719.70%
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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.
Six straight losses have had the jerseys raining down to the ice and the Maple Leafs seriously considering just how much of a rebuild is going to be required to make Toronto respectable again.
Things have gone from bad to worse since firing Randy Carlyle. The team is 1-6-0 under Peter Horachek. That's not necessarily an indictment of the head coach, so much as it is the lack of response from the Leafs players after the coaching change.
The coaching change could work as Peter Horachek has already made some noticeable changes. The systems and lineups have looked different, but it's hard to know just yet if they'll be successful. The Leafs are three points back of a playoff spot.
The Maple Leafs' recent tailspin cost head coach Randy Carlyle his job. With the team still in playoff position, however, a regime change might give Toronto a better chance to hang on. There are plenty of lineup issues, but this roster is certainly salvageable if they find the right coach.
The Leafs have had trouble holding leads and are at .500 over their past 10 games. They lead the NHL in goals scored (124), which continues to make make them a threat.
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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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