He alludes to it but not enough focus. I've been harranging him about Anderson for two seasons now.2. He states that he doesn't think goaltending will be a decisive factor in this series. Which may or may not be true.....but he fails to mention that goaltending WAS a decisive factor in each team's regular season. In other words, if suddenly goaltending is even now, then that actually swings the series significantly in the leafs' favor, and it should not be as close as the regular season records indicate.
Very similar, but Quinn did it more by gut instinct while keefe has much more hard data to give more structure to his system imo.Memory lane for pretty much all of us:
We look back at the last time the Maple Leafs won a playoff series, during the most recent installment of the Battle of Ontario.theathletic.com
I keep seeing a lot of Quinn in Keefe. Keefe is a lot more systematic in his approach but I hope and think that he might just have some of that Pat motivational magic.
I think they're being overrated. They are far and away the easiest, let's say, first round opponent this team has faced. I do think it's a tough match up for the Leafs though, as their game is precisely the type the Leafs have the most difficulty playing against. Time to rise up.gotta say that we did pick a tough first round opponent. Going through all the teams in all these play ins, the leafs are imo either the best or 2nd best of the 16, but the BJs are at least top 5 too.
how so? I see a team that can’t score; only the dead wings scored less in the conference.gotta say that we did pick a tough first round opponent. Going through all the teams in all these play ins, the leafs are imo either the best or 2nd best of the 16, but the BJs are at least top 5 too.