The Toronto Maple Leafs have had some good offensive play from their attacking lines in 2013-14. The team has felt the effects of injuries to Nikolai Kulemin, James van Riemsdyk, Frazer McLaren and a suspension to offseason acquisition David Clarkson.
The club has responded well for the most part, but defensive play from many of the young players (and, at times, the veterans) has not been great.
Randy Carlyle has moved players around a lot, not only from game-to-game, but in games themselves. Nazem Kadri has probably moved the most so far, but for our purposes we'll have him on the second line.
Here are the early grades for the Toronto Maple Leafs lines in 2013-14.
All stats are from NHL.com unless otherwise noted.