Toronto Maple Leafs Regular Season+ Playoff Grades

Toronto Maple Leafs Regular Season Grades
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Joseph Woll Grade: A+

With Woll, I think it is only fair to grade his performance before his injury. He did make four regular season stats since returning from the high ankle sprain, but I do not think he was at 100% yet playing these games.

Before the injury, Woll ranked seventh in goals saved above expected per 60 minutes, ninth in save percentage and eighth in high-danger save percentage among goalies who made 10 starts before December 7th when Woll went down with the injury.

I think Woll was phenomenal before the injury. Hopefully he can stay healthy for the entire season next year so we can see what he can really do. He stole several games for the Leafs and was amazing when called upon in the playoffs.

Martin Jones Grade: C

Jones had a great run around New Years when the Leafs went on a West Coast Trip and had to rely on him. But even with that hot streak he barely broke .900.

He finished the year, with a 2.87 goals-against-average and a .902 save percentage, while it was a somewhat small sample size, both of these numbers are the best he has posted in a season since 2017-18.

(All stats for this article from, and Some info from Capfriendly,com).


I think he did a great job coming in and making some big saves for the Toronto Maple Leafs at a time when they were really starting to struggle, but the lower grade is for not being good enough to take over from Samsonov, who he should have had no trouble stealing the net from.