The Leafs have improved since Brian Burke has taken charge of the team. The current team can not be blamed for past failures.
The longest serving leafs are Nikolai Kulemin and Luke Schenn. Both of whom just finished their third season in the NHL.
The fact is the Leafs have not made the playoffs since the lockout, and in a market like Toronto that is a problem.
The Leafs came close to the playoffs this year but still missed out. This offseason is shaping up to be likely the most important offseason since Burke took over.
Will the Leafs get the final pieces they need to make the playoffs? Or will fans be forced to watch another season where the Leafs fall short?