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The Good, The Bad and The Ugly

Thing are quiet in Toronto today. 12 games in the Leafs are 5-5-2 and this city is fully aware of the fact that being at the 500-mark 82 games in will mean no playoffs once again. Some early season thoughts:

The Good

Phil Kessel

– The most dangerous player on the ice for the Leafs night-in and night-out.

Clark MacArthur

– The only form of secondary scoring the Leafs have. He also leads the Leafs in points with 10.

Luke Schenn

– The Leafs’ best D-Man so far, no contest. Kaberle’s been solid offensively but Schenn has brought it at both ends of the ice. Not only that, he leads all Leafs’ D-men in +/- (4) and hits (42).

Goaltending

– Toronto’s goaltending tandem of Giguere and Gustavsson has been a major reason why Toronto has been in so many games this season. If they gave Gustavsson as much goal-support as they have Giguere, they’d be well above 500 right now. Want proof? The Leafs rank 12th in GA/G at 2.5.

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  Tags: bozak, giguere, grabovski, gustavsson, kessel, macarthur, phaneuf, schenn, versteeg

Leafs Notes for Tonight

Versteeg in. He will slot in on the Leafs’2nd Line with Grabovski and MacArthur.

Christian Hanson gets the call to play on the 4th line between Orr and Brown.

Gunnarsson in. Lebda out.

Look for Orr to drop the gloves with Boogaard again.

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  Tags: boogard, brown, grabovski, gunnarsson, hanson, macarthur, orr, versteeg

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