With the All-Star break here, there is no better time for general managers and coaches to reevaluate their teams during the season. Part of reevaluating an NHL team is looking at the team leaders in certain statistical categories, plus their act on and off the ice as a person.
The Toronto Maple Leafs have had many good moments, such as two 4-game winning streaks and multiple three of four stretches, as well as low moments, such as goalless streaks and losing 11 of 12 early in the season.
During the entire season, Leafs players have also faced their own good and bad moments, most notably Phil Kessel and Mikhail Grabovski, both of whom are listed below.
Without further adieu, here are my choices for the 2010-2011 NHL awards, Maple Leafs style.
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