Not the most inspiring win- hopefully we're much better after the break, because I don't like what I've seen from this team in the past few games. Maybe time to take Holzer out and put back in a vet like Komi or Liles.
Great effort by Kadri though, here's hoping that this is only the beginning.
Wow. I was checking in my phone but quit looking at the score after it was 4-2. Sucks to give a point up to anyone in the east but at least we got the win. Now I can watch the game over again on game centre 24 hours from now. Sounds like a missed a defensive gem. Lol
The Leafs definitely won't be playing playoff hockey if they don't turn their game around. They have looked incredibly flat / disinterested for a number of games now and have gotten away from a defensive system that will allow them to be competitive in the East this year.
C'mon Randy, gotta try to get that confidence in them again.
I was thinking, again, why they don't ever try playing Kulemin with another center. This guy has been exclusively on Grabovski's wing for two seasons now. It's ludicrous.
They said that about Macarthur too, it's an excuse, Mac wasn't the problem it's the black hole of a Center. Mac is doing well with Kadri, you couldn't get him back with Grabo if you paid him a million dollars.
The Leafs have been scouted and the lack of a true puck mover on the back end somebody who can skate the puck out of the D zone with the puck is hurting them. Teams are cheating on the wall Montreal did it all game long last night knowing full well what the game plan is to get out of the D zone and they need the element of a true puck mover to keep the opposition honest.
It's time Liles gets back in the line up or better yet CLEAR A DAMN ROSTER SPOT for Gardiner.
Just wanna remind everyone joining the Kadri bandwagon now, I was on this guy before anybody. I became an HFboards member the year we drafted Kadri to better follow him. I am the happiest guy on here for what he's turning into. Kid is gonna be a star! My boy!
Ok we're reminded. You must be very proud to have discovered him when no one else recognized his talent.