Toronto Maple Leafs: What Has to Change After All-Star Break

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The Toronto Maple Leafs have ten days off.

After a loss to the Blackhawks Saturday night, the Toronto Maple Leafs get a chance to recharge during the NHL’s all-star break / union mandated bi-week.

It is now at the point of the season where we relax and watch the best NHL players compete in the All-Star competitions as well as the All-Star game.

Although, some teams may want to take this time off to evaluate themselves and try for a better second half, teams like the Toronto Maple Leafs.

It has been quite the rollercoaster ride for the Toronto Maple Leafs this season, from injuries to the firing of Babcock to more injuries, this team cannot catch a break.

They have seen themselves go on a 10 game point streak to now losing five of their last six games.

Something needs to change when the resume play after the NHL All-Star weekend, and that begins Monday January 27th against the Nashville Predators.

Here are the things the Leafs will need to do post-break in order to ensure a successful season.

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