Toronto Maple Leafs; Hockey's Most Disappointing Team Ever?
Disappointing "failing to meet expectations" -Merriam Webster Dictionary The latest epoch of Toronto Maple Leafs playoff performances has been fraught with disappointment. Since the debuts of Auston Matthews and Mitch Marner in 2016/17, Toronto has been an outstanding regular season team. Over those seven seasons, the Leafs have 684 points in 536 games for a points percentage of .638. However, this regular season success has failed to translate to post-season results, seeing as it took the Leafs until their SEVENTH try to even win one round in the playoffs. During those seven playoffs, they have played to a won/loss record of 19-27 for a Winning Pct of .413. That, one would say, is disappointing. The Leafs have played .638 hockey (a 105 point pace) over seven seasons, and have one playoff round to show for it. Could the current iteration of the Toronto Maple Leafs be the most disappointing team in history? Being a supposedly quality team with inept playoff results over su