With the Olympic break upon us, the Toronto Maple Leafs continue to be in a playoff spot despite some obvious warts.
The bottom line is that the Leafs have been winning by scoring a lot of goals and getting great goaltending.
They've done this despite some significant injuries to key players over the past few months and their team defence has been lousy, with their goals-against average (3.03) putting them 25th in the NHL in that category.
Centre Dave Bolland looks to be on the mend, which should have a positive impact on the team. David Clarkson has also returned to the team.
General manager Dave Nonis and head coach Randy Carlyle have not really had the chance to assess their full roster working as a complete unit given the injuries and Clarkson's early-season suspension.
Clarkson has yet to find any traction in Toronto, with many fans quick to write him off as a failed Leaf with just 37 games played.
There has been some turmoil in Hogtown despite the team holding down a playoff spot. Here are five of the biggest questions surrounding the team heading into the Olympic break.