Leafs Look to Adopt Defensive State of Mind

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Leafs Look to Adopt Defensive State of Mind
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As the second worst defensive team in hockey last season, the Leafs allowed 259 goals, better than three per game or 104 more than the league's best in St. Louis. If Toronto has any hope at all of challenging for a spot in the postseason, they must, in very short order, become a far superior defensive team to the one that took the ice a year ago. Any such improvement begins and ends with two central elements: Randy Carlyle and goaltending.

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