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4-0 honeymoon is over for Leafs Nation

Sports can be funny sometimes. It’s pretty clear now that the Leafs aren’t as good as they seemed after jumping out to a 4-0 start to the season. I also feel, however, that their 1-3-1 slide in their past five games is not indicative of this team on the whole.

Yet, amidst this pursuit of determining who the Buds are and where they should stand based on their collective abilities, we get a 5-3-1 team that is probably fairly close to an accurate depiction of what to expect from these guys.

Let’s get to the thoughts.

An expected issue…

The Leafs’ frustration offensively (seven goals in the past five games, including just four in the four losses) has stemmed largely from being unable to get shots on net. Some criticism has been levied against Dion Phaneuf for being unable to make accurate use of his blistering slap shot, but this issue comes down to the expectedly weak play of the club’s supposed playmakers down the middle. None of Tyler Bozak, Mikhail Grabovski or Tim Brent boast the offensive creativity to set up a dangerous attack in the opponent’s zone, so in shades of last season, Phil Kessel is relied upon to create his own scoring chances more often than not. GM Brian Burke has spoken recently of trade chatter picking up, so perhaps a capable pivot is on his way.

And an unexpected issue

Just because Phaneuf’s slap shots aren’t finding the net doesn’t exonerate the Leafs captain from some poor play over the past five games. Phaneuf is a team-worst -5 on the year (no other blue liner is worse than -1), which would be understandable if he was logging significantly heavier minutes than his teammates. However, he lags slightly behind Tomas Kaberle (+4 on the year, by the way) in average ice time (23:40 per game vs. 23:38) and doesn’t lead Francois Beauchemin (23:18) or Luke Schenn (22:52) by much. Phaneuf should be leading by example, but instead continues to seek the big hit over the simple play and has struggled with the puck in his own end. Thought to be the defensive anchor, the former Flame is in danger of making the whole unit a liability.

Can we ease up on the Kessel-Seguin talk?

I know it’s no use to try and rein in talk of the Kessel-for-Tyler Seguin and other picks trade, since it is sure to come up every time Toronto and Boston meet. But who seriously thinks that any kind of rational result can be determined now? ‘Kessel has seven goals, to Seguin’s one – that must mean the Leafs won the trade. Oh wait, Seguin scored against the Leafs while Kessel couldn’t muster any offence – that must mean the Bruins won it.’ If it isn’t tiring yet, it’s going to get there in a hurry, long before there can be any reasonable analysis of the whole deal several seasons from now (remember, it’s not just Kessel and Seguin that have to be compared, but also Boston’s second round pick Jared Knight and their first rounder next year). That being said, I will admit that the chants of “Thank you Toronto” among the Bruins faithful after Seguin’s goal were pretty funny.

Injuries highlight lack of depth

We already know that Colby Armstrong is out for 4-6 weeks after undergoing surgery to repair a “finger injury” and now Kris Versteeg is day-to-day with back woes. Without the two newcomers, the Leafs forward corps resembles that of last year’s club – and that’s not a good thing. With Burke building the team from the back end out, the forward unit is still a work in progress. However, the injuries to Armstrong and Versteeg highlight how far the team still has to go to reach a point where they’re ready for a deep play-off run.

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  1. Luke Oct 29 20105:39 pm

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    Seguin’s goal and Kessel’s no-goal performance drew the fans to the Garden and quite the excitement especially being at home. The fans are still bitter over the non-negotiable Kessel demanding to be traded. Why? Oh because he wanted more money. And why not try? Still, that never sits well with many fans. I do hope to buy a t-shirt shortly that has that “Thank you Kessel” slogan written on it. lol!

    P.S. – Nice read by the way

  2. Marty Oct 30 20106:47 am

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    Leafs:

    They will do no better than last year maybe one position higher.

    Wilson need to go as the coach.

    If they do not make the playoffs this year which they will not then Burke need to go.

  3. tom Oct 30 20102:48 pm

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    Thr Bruins get Torontos 1st round pick next year donkey.

  4. Ben F Oct 30 20103:18 pm

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    Thanks for the comments, guys!

    Luke – The B’s fans came out big on Thursday for sure, and Kessel definitely seemed rattled given how defensive he got when asked about the chants after the game. Gotta give the Bruins faithful their due for that one.

    Marty – I think the Leafs are in a mix of about 6 mediocre teams that will vie for the last two play-off spots in the East (along with Tampa, Atlanta, NYR, Montreal, Ottawa and Carolina). If they don’t make it, I agree that changes are – and should be – in store. While I’m fully on board with Wilson getting the heave if the Leafs are golfing come April, I think Burke deserves more time.

    Tom – ok, so firstly, I did mention that Boston gets the Leafs 2011 first rounder (sorry if I wasn’t clear with my wording). Secondly, I fully expect (and deserve) to get called out and ridiculed if I say something stupid, which I’ve done more than once in the past. I even figure on taking my share of shots for my opinion. But donkey, really? That’s some weak sauce.

  5. Wings Fan Oct 30 20103:32 pm

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    You can not compare the Kessel for Sequin trade; primarily because if the Leafs would have held onto the second pick they would have picked some undersized European player that would play less than 100 in the NHL over 10 years.

    I really wanted Sequin to go to Pittsburg.

    Sequin the Peguin !

    That would be awesome.

  6. Taylor Oct 30 20103:39 pm

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    If 5-3-1 indeed reflects what to expect from the Leafs this season, then congratulations: you can look forward to a 100 point season, best since 03/04. Last year, that point haul would have had the Leafs sitting atop the Northeast division, third in the conference. Please tell:: does anyone not popping prescription anti-depressants like sour cherry Skittles see Toronto doing that this year?

    I do agree that without Versteeg and Armstrong the Leafs indeed look a lot like 2009/2010′s last-place team… minus 7 of their top 10 scorers (i.e. Hagman, Ponikarovski, Stajan, Stempniak, Blake, White and Stahlberg).

    Supremely under-appreciated Pavel Kubina might well be a great, complete defenseman, but he can’t make up for an otherwise ponderous and unfocused defensive corps. Burke-style truculence might well win WWE matches and set Cherry and McGuire salivating, but in the NHL, it’s speed that kills.

    To talk regretfully that the Leafs won’t make a long playoff run just yet is a little bit much: they will be life and death just to make the playoffs. That said, here’s sincerely hoping that the only way the Bruins get the 1st overall pick is by finishing dead last.

  7. Ben F Oct 31 20108:03 pm

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    Wings Fan – just what the rest of the league needs, another Pens forward with insane skill! I do agree on the name thing, though. And somehow I don’t think Burke would have passed up Hall or Seguin for an undersized Euro if he kept the pick.

    Taylor – well said, and I certainly deserve to be put in my place on alluding to the Leafs expected to a) be a 100-point team and b) be comfortably in the postseason. The 5-3-1 (now 5-4-1) start I suggested was appropriate refered more to a team with sufficient talent so as to win more games than they lose, but not by much. Their current record puts them in a tie for eighth with the Rangers, close to where I see them through 82 games.

  8. John Nov 1 20104:56 pm

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    Leafs fan here and all y’all can bite me! lol BTW Taylor…um ponderous? Did you mean “porous”? And um…Kubina is not on the Leafs – sheesh!

    As for the B’s fans booing Kessel it seems misdirected – he is on record SEVERAL times saying he DID NOT ask out – he simply wanted to be paid what he’s worth which ia bout what the Leafs gave him. The B’s wanted him to take less because of their cap issues – is that his fault? Not saying I would or wouldn’t make the deal in hindsight but where would the Leafs be without his offense? Likely 0-10.

    1. Taylor Nov 1 20105:31 pm

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      @John: My bad. I meant Kaberle, not Kubina. Kaberle’s a fine, skilled D-man worth his weight in gold. Burke naturally wants to trade him for a Neanderthal.

      BTW, here’s the definition of “ponderous”:
      1. Having great weight.
      2. Unwieldy from weight or bulk.
      3. Lacking grace or fluency; labored and dull.

      In hockey language: “big and slow.” But you’re right. They’re also porous.

      Also, don’t worry about cranky Bruins fans. They should be thankful to Kessel for the goals he scored for them and the return he got them in trade. If they think they have cap issues now, imagine if he had stayed.

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