After dropping off Boston Bruins early, the Toronto Maple Leafs spends most of Game 1 (so far) that effectively defends every chance of scoring their opponents have earned. The Leafs are now taken to the point where they have replaced the strong defense of some of the marvelous offenses.
The best example of this game game came late in the second season. The Bruins defenseman Matt Grzelcyk went for a quick pass to his teammate near the goal, much to the crowd's failure at home, and sent the puck straight to a bunch of players. After some jostling, the puck found the way to Nazem Kadri, who sent an insanely accurate pass across the ice to streaking Swede William Nylander. 22-year-old found the smallest creases in the Tuukka Rask's five holes in the slot for one goal.
The goal is given Toronto is a 3-1 lead over Boston which means Leaf fans everywhere can relax. I mean, when there's a 3-1 lead that's been a hockey problem before?