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With free agency and the draft wrapping up in early October, the focus shifted to the start of the 2020-21 season.
And on Oct. 18, TLN writer Michael Mazzei broke down what the Leafs lineup could look like.
It was the ninth most-read article this year.
Projecting the Leafs Opening Night Lineup for the 2020-21 Season
Here’s the lineup that Mazzei projects and how he summarized it:
Extra: Sandin-Bogosian, Marincin
The most significant changes to the lineup will be in the bottom half for both forwards and defencemen. While top-six should likely be untouched, the amount of quality forwards at Keefe’s disposal should present him with challenges in how to properly adjust the lines and get the most out of his depth.
Barrie and Cody Ceci’s departure opens the door for three new arrivals to help buff up the blue line that was in desperate need of improvements. Goaltending remains virtually unchanged apart from the addition of a third-string netminder. Special teams also see minimal adjustments with the exception of the …
Author: Zach Laing / The Leafs Nation