Lack of flow, poor shots, shaky goaltending, and early suspect defending. All of these narratives were rewritten in a vitally important win by the Leafs over the Red Wings. Here’s why:
Replacing Hyman is clearly not as simple as it seems on paper as the Maple Leafs’ in-house gamble has helped stymie one of the NHL’s most dynamic attacking units. Time for a change, Babcock.