The Toronto Maple Leafs are rolling along and looking good since Sheldon Keefe has taken over.
One of the players who's benefited the most from the coaching change without a doubt has been defenseman Tyson Barrie.
Barrie has looked so good, he's even done something a Leafs' defenseman hasn't done in over 10 years.
Last night Barrie became the first Leafs' defenseman to score in three games in a row since Tomas Kaberle did it in 2006.
Tyson Barrie is the first #Leafs defenceman to score in 3 straight games since Tomas Kaberle from Oct 28-Nov 1, 2006
— Sportsnet Stats (@SNstats) November 28, 2019