It’s now up to the Leafs to end this series Sunday afternoon and not have to go back to Boston to try and depend on one game to win.
The last remaining Canadian team, the Leafs will hopefully last longer than just a couple days past the Jets and Flames’ elimination.
It’s been 15 years since the Leafs have been able to get out of the first round, but they just might be able to do the thing and make history in several hours.
If the Leafs were to win the series in six or seven games, they will face the surprising Columbus Blue Jackets in what might be a highly-entertaining series. As we already know — after defeating the historic Lightning team — this Columbus team is full of surprises and anything can happen.
Leafs lines at morning skate
Hyman-Tavares-MarnerJohnsson-Matthews-Kapanen Marleau-Nylander-Brown Ennis- -MoorePetan
Rielly-Hainsey Muzzin-Zaitsev Gardiner-Dermott Rosen-Marincin Holl-Ozhiganov
— Mark Masters (@markhmasters) April 19, 2019
The Leafs will be going with the same lineup as Friday night. Both Zach Hyman and Patrick Marleau were possibly out for this afternoon’s match but both will be playing.
The third line of Marleau-Nylander-Brown were increasingly impressive throughout Game 5. Without a lot …
Author: Thomas Williams / The Leafs Nation