Something something progress isn’t linear.
Obviously the Leafs weren’t going to win every single game for the rest of the season, but a game against the Kings both seemed very winnable, but it also seemed like a trap game. It ended up being the latter as the Leafs played relatively well, but ran into the problem of poor officiating, getting goalied by *shudders* Jonathan Quick, and the Kings capitalizing on their mistakes.
It’s a random game on a Monday night in November, it sucks to see the winning streak end, but it probably won’t matter come playoff time.
Third Star: Tobias Bjornfoot
The former first round pick had another solid night on the backend, something the Kings needed with a depleted blueline. He didn’t quite stand out, but he definitely didn’t hurt the team either, and that’s all you can ask from a defenseman.
Second Star: Carl Grundstrom
Grundstrom helped ignite the scoring for the Kings tonight with an underrated job of hanging onto the puck from Michael Bunting before handing it off to Trevor Moore for the opening goal.
First Star: Trevor Moore
Speaking of Moore, his goal was pretty …
Author: Scott Maxwell / The Leafs Nation