For the second day in a row, we have to endure the Ottawa Senators. Not just the Ottawa Senators either, but a watered down, preseason version that could still probably beat the regular Ottawa Senators.
Unfortunately, for the second day in a row as well, the Leafs lost to the Ottawa Senators. I’d say it’s not a good look, but it’s preseason. Who really cares, except for Sens fans.
Regardless, the game was still played, and as boring as it was (seriously though, even when the Leafs dominated the third, it still wasn’t interesting in the slightest), I still have to come at you with some takeaways, and thankfully, there were still quite a few, so let’s get started.
The Leafs lost in the most Leaf way possible, not only losing to the Ottawa Senators, but also seeing all four goals come because of a former Leaf. A Ron Hainsey power play assist, a Connor Brown assist that became a goal, a Tyler Ennis goal, and a Brown empty net goal all contributed towards a 4-3 loss to the Sens. But, at least Matthews got a couple of goals in Ottawa, he likes …
Author: Scott Maxwell / The Leafs Nation