April 21 2011 03:02PM
Pictured above are two of the Leafs' leading scoring chance takers from the 2010-11 season, Phil Kessel (most taken on the team) and Nikolai Kulemin (3rd most). Kulemin had the best shooting percentage on scoring chances out of all Leaf players with at least 50 chances.
Click "Read Article" to view the Chances Taken data for all the Toronto Maple Leafs' players from this past season.
April 21 2011 02:36PM
One big positive about the possibility of the Phoenix Coyotes returning to Winnipeg is that Edmonton would no longer be perceived by players as the second-least desirable destination in the NHL, which it now is.
April 15 2011 10:52AM
This morning, on Toronto sports radio, the question came up, “Would you trade Luke Schenn for Joe Pavelski?” I almost drove off the road. Then, to sink the dagger even further, both the boneheads behind the mics said, “Yes, I would.” I had to pull over and take some deep breaths. Schenn for Pavelski? Are they nuts?
April 14 2011 09:34AM
On January 1st 2011 the James Reimer era began with a bang. Outshot 21-33 the rookie allowed a single goal to let Toronto skate with a 5-1 win against the lottery bound Senators. After that he started 36 more times accruing 3 shutouts and a .921 save percentage.
The Leafs grabbed 45 points in Reimer's 37 starts which stretched to 82 games would have given them 100 points. Unfortunately for Toronto when Reimer wasn't playing they relied on the services of Jonas Gustavsson and J.S. Giguere.
April 12 2011 07:40PM
In the last game of the season the Leafs lost to Montreal and tied the season series with them 3-3. The Leafs beat or tied every team in their division in their season series and won the season series against the Western Conference (pretty notable given the Leafs aren't great and the West dominates the East) so I wanted to see where the Leafs lost their points.