Toronto Maple Leafs: Slew of Bad Decisions Lead To 1 Win in Last 9 Games

November 7th, 2010 by Cale Loney Leave a reply »
The Toronto Maple Leafs started off the season drastically different from last year.  Winning the first four games is a great way to put some money in the bank for tougher times, something that coach Ron Wilson himself stated to the media.

"We're happy we got off to this start, especially in our division," Wilson said when asked about the Leafs great start. "This is money in the bank for us when we hit hard times."

Who knew those hard times would come only a month later?

The Leafs were on fire to start the season but after being reminded of the past, the Leafs decided to honour last year's team. In 2009-2010, the team only won one of their first nine starts. In tribute, this year's Leafs took upon themselves to win only one in nine games early in the season.

After losing the past two games in the shootout, the Leafs have lost two valuable points that would have them sitting at seventh spot in the eastern conference opposed to eleventh. Though it could be worse, it's not like the Leafs have had shootout troubles in the past...

The key differences between the team that went went 4-0 and the current team is decision mak ...

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