Toronto Maple Leafs Pittsburgh Tickets
After a disappointing 2014 season, Toronto Maple Leafs have finally stepped up and started their rebuilding phase. In the upcoming draft the team has the option of eight picks and the brain trust of head coach Mike Babcock, head of hockey operations Brendan Shanahan and general manager Kyle Dubas will use it to turn the franchise around. The Leafs will be looking to load up their farm system in a draft that’s considered a deep one since the 2003’s megadraft. Although the team recently traded their star player Phil Kessel to Pittsburgh Penguins, they still have Jonathan Bernier, Tyler Bozak and Dion Phaneuf in the lineup who can give any opposition a tough time. Right now the Maple Leafs are getting ready for a faceoff against the Penguins that will take them to the latter’s home ground, Consol Energy Center. Ardent supporters have already bought their Toronto Maple Leafs Pittsburgh tickets.
A Look at the 2015 Lineup and Biggest Needs to Address
Some of the players who have already been signed up for the 2015 season include the Centers, Tyler Bozak, Casey Bailey, Leo Komarov and Peter Holland. Players James van Riemsdyk and Joffrey Lupul will resume their roles as Left Wingers, whereas Phil Kessel will protect the Left Wing. On the defense, Dion Phaneuf, Stephane Robidas, Jake Gardiner, Roman Polak, TJ Brennan and Morgan Rielly will take control. James Reimer has been with the Leafs since 2006 as the goaltender.
Bozak and Nazem Kadri have shown some great promise but Toronto Maple Leafs need another offensive minded player in the center who can add depth to the lineup. The management will definitely have this in mind during the draft pick. Another thing on priority should be adding a dynamic winger as Riemsdyk and Kessel can only do so much.
2015 Season Outlook
The Leafs made some quality moves during the offseason, signing hometown forwards Daniel Winnik and Shawn Matthias. These two players allow Toronto Maple Leafs a lot of versatility and Coach Babcock can use them virtually on any line, enforcing a tough and two-way hockey as a result. 2015 prospects look great for the Leafs and fans are eager to attend their live games. Toronto Maple Leafs Pittsburgh tickets are in great demand for their upcoming matches against the Penguins and the organizers can expect a full house at the Consol Energy Center.