Dwayne Roloson Wanted in Connection with Robbery at “The Hanger”

November 24th, 2009 by Eric Warren Leave a reply »
The Toronto Maple Leafs lead the league in "shots per game" with an average of 34.7 shots on goal. That doesn't include those that missed.

Dwayne Roloson absolutely stole the show last night for the visiting Islanders, as the Leafs peppered 61 shots on the visiting goal tender in a 4-3 OT loss at the ACC.

While Roloson, now 40, is enjoying a resurgence of sorts in the Big Apple, we aren't here to recap last nights game.

As I stated before, the Toronto Maple Leafs lead the league in shots on net per game, with an average of 34.7 per. However, they are near the bottom when it comes to goal per game, sitting in 23rd place with an average of 2.54 goals per game.

If we were talking New Jersey Devils , that number would be spectacular. (The Devils are actually in 20th at 2.62 per game.)

The obvious issue isn't the amount of shot's the Leafs are taking, nor is is really the amount of goals they are scoring, a good defensive team can win with those kind of numbers.

No, my friends, the issue is, the Leafs can't seem to keep the puck out of their own net. With a GA/PG average of 3.64, good enough for last in the N ...

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