Leafs hang on to edge Sens

Leafs' Fraser McLaren flattens David Dziurzynski of the Senators during a first-period fight in...

Leafs' Fraser McLaren flattens David Dziurzynski of the Senators during a first-period fight in Wednesday night's game at the ACC. The Leafs won 5-4. (Dave Thomas, Toronto Sun)

TERRY KOSHAN, QMI Agency

, Last Updated: 11:00 AM ET

TORONTO - Fifteen victories and 30 points for the Maple Leafs.

And no, it’s not the end of the abbreviated 2012-13 season, but just the halfway point.

Anyone see that coming? If you answered yes, we’ll let the little blue-and-white lie go.

The Leafs continued to prove they are serious about satisfying their playoff itch, beating the depleted Ottawa Senators 5-4 at the Air Canada Centre on Wednesday night.

The Leafs are 15-9 through 24 games of the 48-game schedule, and if they keep this up, Randy Carlyle will be in the running for the Jack Adams Award as NHL coach of the year.



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