GM Brian Burke is confident his Toronto Maple Leafs will be participating in playoff hockey come April for the first time since 2004, but a number of changes will have to occur in order for that to happen.
Enter new coach Randy Carlyle, who won a Stanley Cup Championship with Burke in Anaheim in 2007.
The tough-nosed Carlyle started his tenure in Toronto the preferred way, by defeating the Montreal Canadiens 3-1 on Saturday night.
Whether or not he guides his new team to the postseason this year remains to be seen, but Carlyle's arrival in the hockey mecca of the world will bring sweeping changes to a fragile team that desperately needed a shakeup.
This list takes a quick look at what those changes will be.