Through two games, the Toronto Maple Leafs have shown all their fire power is still there from last year, no sophomore slumps to start the season.
The team dominated the Winnipeg Jets in their season opener on Wednesday by a score of 7-2. Forward Auston Matthews has no opened up his first two NHL seasons with at least three points on the stat sheet.
Even though the Leafs gave fans a scare last night when they blew their 5-1 lead, the team pulled together and had Leafs fans leaving the Air Canada Center happy in their home opener with a 8-5 win.
With the team putting up 15 goals in their first two games, the young Leafs rookies have found themselves in the all time record books.
While they might not have been able to claim the number one spot, those 15 goals are the second highest total through the franchise's first two games in team history. The number one spot is held by the 1917-18 edition of the Leafs who opened up with 20 goals through the first two games to start their season.
What makes the feat even sweeter, is the balanced scoring received from across the board.
Nazem Kadri, Auston Matthews, William Nylander, Mitch Marner, Jake Gardiner, Leo Komarov, Tyler Bozark, Patrick Marleau, James van Riemsdyk, Zach Hyman, Nikita Zaitsev and Dominic Moore have all been able to put the puck in the net to start the season.