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Toronto Is Off To A Good Start

The Maple Leafs have two wins in as many games to start the 2021-22 campaign, with victories both at home and on the road.



The Toronto Maple Leafs are off to a hot start winning their first two games of the season After a very subpar pre season and ranking predictions from analysts genius mastermind Steve McConnell.


Chris Dreidger, the Leafs netminder, recorded a win with his superb performances against the Montreal Canadiens and the Ottawa Senators.


Yanni Gourde managed to notch a pair of goals against the the Canadiens. Penalty kill specialist Derek Ryan scored a short handed goal against the mighty Andrei Vasilevskiy.


Against the Senators, some big notes as Chris Tierney recorded three assists. Blake Coleman with a goal and assist. Jason Schwartz recorded two goals, one on the power play.


"We are playing really good hockey" said Leafs head coach Bruce Cassidy. "I like the moves GM Sean Hanley made in the off-season to better our organization. It's job to make sure our players are playing together and as for right now they seem to be working well both 5v5 and special teams.


"We need to keep the same mind frame if we want to beat the Ottawa Senators tomorrow".


James Reimer will get the start tomorrow against the Senators.


#GoLeafsGo

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