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All bad things come to an end There are many franchises in professional sports that have finally lifted off the veil of misfortune from their teams After ending a seven year playoff drought last season the Toronto Maple Leafs are certainly one of those teams The Maple Leafs will have another successful season based on these three factors their newly developed roster how they mimic past years of achievement and the financial stability of their franchise Since the past few seasons the Leafs have produced a more competitive and skillful roster of players Nearing the end of their failed 2011-12 campaign the Maple Leafs hired veteran coach Randy Carlyle Before his tenure with the Leafs Randy Carlyle coached the Anaheim Ducks for seven seasons leading them to a conference final in 2006 and a Stanley Cup the year later Accolades like these are the reason why the Maple Leafs hired him So far Randy Carlyles winning pedigree has been evident as he guided the Leafs in breaking their playoff drought but he will lead them to more fortunes next season The resurgence of defense within the Maple Leafs will be another vital part of the teams upcoming success Ever since acquiring key defensemen such as Mark Fraser and Jake Gardiner the Toronto Maple Leafs have jumped up from being 28th in the penalty kill in 2012 to becoming 3rd in 2013 This boost in defense propelled the Leafs to make the playoffs and it will contribute to a consecutive playoff run The Leafs goaltenders James Reimer and newly acquired Jonathan Bernier will be the most responsible for bringing success to the young roster Vancouver also had a crowded net that contained goaltenders Roberto Luongo and Cory Schneider These two net minders helped the Canucks win the Presidents Trophy for two straight years 2010-11 and 2011-12 and gave the team the distinction of having the fewest goals allowed during both of those seasons Being
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