Solutions to Toronto Maple Leafs' Biggest Problems Early in 2013-14

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Solutions to Toronto Maple Leafs' Biggest Problems Early in 2013-14

The Toronto Maple Leafs, despite some early-season problems, are off to a very good start in 2013-14. To be second in the Eastern Conference with an 8-4 record and 16 points must be considered a success given the injuries and major suspension to offseason acquisition David Clarkson.

The Leafs have been productive in the offensive zone with winger Phil Kessel playing some inspired hockey in leading the team with 14 points, including seven goals.

The goaltending duo of Jonathan Bernier and James Reimer has been brilliant on almost every night, and the team's sparkling save percentage of .928 is fifth-best in the NHL.

Despite many other good signs, there have been some ongoing issues. Let's take a look at the Leafs' biggest problems in 2013-14 and some possible solutions to these concerns.

 

All stats can be found on nhl.com unless otherwise noted.

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