The Toronto Maple Leafs have consistently been at the top of the NHL under Sheldon Keefe.
For three seasons, since Mike Babcock was fired, they have flirted with a .700 points percentage, which is the very definition of consistent.
Matthews scores a goal per game, roughly.
The Leafs pound opposition into the ground with their relentless attack, and even when they lose games to bad teams, the stats almost always show them as the best team.
Whatever you want to say about the Leafs performance in the last two Playoffs, the fact is that it’s far more important that for 180ish games , this team has been nearly unbeatable than it is that they lost two series over 12 games where they were the better team in 11 of them.
It usually takes an incredible goalie performance for any team to beat the Leafs, and no matter how you break down the numbers, they are the very model of consistency.