Toronto finding right chemistry
Toronto's veteran-laden lineup is playing with the poise you'd expect of a team makes more than $63 million.
Everything except one long-unfulfilled wish, that is. A lot more hockey remains to be played until June when we'll see if the Leafs are good enough to win their first Stanley Cup since 1967. This is the furthest into the season the Leafs are first overall since 1962-63, when they won the second of three consecutive Stanley Cups.
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