The Toronto Maple Leafs are a team that confounds many. There are some talented forwards in Hogtown, but in terms of puck-possession numbers, the team was dominated for long stretches in 2013-14. It finished dead last in five-on-five Corsi percentage.
The team continues to lack a dominant No. 1 centre, but the top line was the least of head coach Randy Carlyle's worries last season where the forward corps was concerned.
General manager Dave Nonis had to upgrade the club's bottom-six group during the offseason, and he appears to have done just that by bringing in Leo Komarov, Petri Kontiola, Daniel Winnik, Matt Frattin and Mike Santorelli.
Let's take a look at the biggest question for each Toronto Maple Leafs line in 2014-15.