The Leafs will play nine of their next 10 games on the road beginning with tonight’s encounter in Carolina against the Hurricanes.
For the Leafs who’ve gone 10-1-1 since that momentous loss to Nashville, this contest can surely be described as the proverbial trap game.
The Hurricanes have lost six straight, not scored more than a goal in either of those six losses, and currently are the top contender for Connor McDavid with an NHL worst 19 points.
That said however games in Carolina are never a given for the Leafs. They’ve not […]