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  1. In addition to that, Babcock's unwillingness to adapt and change his stubborn ways. We've seen him being outcoached by Cassidy in the playoffs and to this day, we're still seeing him making the same frustrating decisions. i.e: not shortening the bench during crucial moments of the game, chasing the match-ups, etc....
  2. Just took a gander and caught up to speed what was said in the thread, and then I came across someone suggesting Nylander being traded for sandpaper. That seriously reeks of something Cheddar Bob would do. o___o
  3. As for the topic at hand, Tie Domi comes to mind. After him, it's Lupul, Toskala, and Kostka.
  4. This picture is all that needs to be said regarding Kessel since we've been over this countless times as it is.
  5. Dismantling what took us years to assemble without first seeing what difference a coaching change would make is not a savvy move. Not guaranteeing anything, but it goes without saying, a coaching change is the first step to troubleshooting where the issues lie with the team.
  6. Nope, I couldn't be bothered to do cursive writing, lmao. My writing is the drizzling shits as it is.
  7. Here's what's equally as concerning this season. The only reason the Leafs were able to maintain its position as a top 10 team in the stands for as long as they did (which they are no longer now) is because of the points they accumulated from games that went beyond regulation. Hadn't been for that, there's no doubt in my mind they would have been further down in the standings. Another thing worth bringing up here is that the only time where the Leafs have actually won games in regulation is when they went up against lower-tier competition. If we did manage to beat anyone else, we scraped by....by the skin of our teeth. The Leafs haven't shown up against top-tier competition, have been mediocre at best against other middle-tier competition, and have only picked up decisive victories against the league's worst teams. These are unacceptable results from a team of this calibre. A change will have to happen if we are to make the playoffs this year, otherwise we end up wasting the entire season away.
  8. A small sample of the practice I've been getting in with calligraphy I've been doing in the meantime. I recently bought some new calligraphy pens/brushes and the proper paper to do it on too. I imagine it will take a lot of practice and time get it right with doing it with the brush given I have to know the proper stroke orders and such, I'm up for the challenge. I might not be someone who particularly enjoys writing, but I actually find calligraphy to be relaxing for the mind.
  9. Starting Goaltenders The Game Goalie Kasimir Kaskisuo will make his NHL debut for the Toronto Maple Leafs when they look to end a season-long four-game winless streak, against the Pittsburgh Penguins at PPG Paints Arena on Saturday. The 26-year-old, recalled from Toronto of the American Hockey League on Tuesday, will play after Frederik Andersen made 30 saves in a 4-2 loss to the Boston Bruins on Friday. Kaskisuo was 6-1-1 with a 2.13 goals-against average and .928 save percentage in eight AHL games this season. The Maple Leafs are 0-3-1 in their past four games after winning their previous three. The Penguins are winless in two straight games (0-1-1) after going 4-1-1 in their previous six. They lost 2-1 at the New Jersey Devils on Friday. Goalie Tristan Jarry could make his fourth start this season after Matt Murray made 19 saves against the Devils. Jarry is 1-3-0 with a 2.25 GAA and .929 save percentage in five games (three starts). Players to watch Maple Leafs center Auston Matthews has 11 points (three goals, eight assists) in a six-game point streak. Penguins center Evgeni Malkin has one assist in the past two games with center Sidney Crosby injured (core muscle surgery). He has averaged 1.32 points per game in 122 games with Crosby out of the lineup. They said it "It's a matter of pulling together and digging in. We've got to find a way to just make ourselves a step better and get ourselves a win so we can get back on track." -- Maple Leafs coach Mike Babcock "We're cutting down on the quality and the quantity of scoring chances against significantly, and we're generating a fair amount. So all we can do ... is control the process." -- Penguins coach Mike Sullivan
  10. Even though our chances depend on whether a serious change is made or not, my gut says "yes, as a wilcard".
  11. *does my best Babcock impersonation* Because real gud pros are players that work hard, play tough minutes, and make things happen, and real gud pros deserve real gud opportunities.
  12. Fortunately, it's top-10 protected, so if we really do hit rock bottom, our skin is saved in that regard.
  13. Play shitty for Lafreniere? ....I really don't want to be tanking at this stage if we can help it. I'd much rather do something before the season is wasted if anything.
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