The last week of the season arrives with the Leafs still in position to cause some ruckus in the Eastern Conference.
Toronto takes on the Philadelphia Flyers on Tuesday in the last home game of the season, with the Rangers hoping Toronto can do them a favour, before New York plays the Leafs at home on Wednesday.
The Leafs' chances to moving up higher than 29th involve winning all three of their remaining games, including Saturday's finale in Montreal and getting a lot of help in order for Tampa Bay, Florida or both to fall back.
BEAUCHEMIN'S BIG IDEA
Defenceman Francois Beauchemin says he'll go back to being the net presence on the power play if coach Ron Wilson asks him as he did on Saturday.
"That's one thing we don't do well, like (Tomas) Holmstrom and (Johan) Franzen in Detroit," Beauchemin said. "I know how hard it is to stay in there (with a defenceman whacking away at you) and get a stick on the puck. I did that job once, but not in the NHL."