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|Last 10 Games|
|Leafs' Kadri: Working To Improve Shot Release |
|(8/31/14) Nazem Kadri has been working on his shot over the summer and is looking to put up a lot more points this season, reports Sportsnet.ca. "Every single year I like my production to go up and up, so I want to get better [in terms of] goals, points, assists, plus/minus, time on ice," he said. "These are all things I think about and can improve on."|
|Leafs' Kadri: 20th Goal Of Season; Hits 50 Points |
|(4/5/14) Nazem Kadri was gifted with his 20th goal of the season -- a power-play marker -- in Saturday's loss to Winnipeg. The goal came when goalie Ondrej Pavelec coughed up a puck from behind the net and passed it to Kadri in the crease, who drilled it into an empty net.|
|Leafs' Kadri: Power-Play Assist |
|(3/25/14) Nazem Kadri picked up a power-play assist Tuesday in a loss to the Blues. It was his 30th assist of the season.|
|Leafs' Kadri: Six Points In Last 14 Games |
|(3/22/14) Nazem Kadri equalled his career goal mark of 18 with a power-play marker in Saturday's loss to Montreal.|
|Kadri's Two Assists Help Power Leafs |
|(3/14/14) Nazem Kadri dished out a pair of assists -- one on the power play -- in Thursday's 3-2 win over Los Angeles.|
Core Values: Can Phil Kessel lead Maple Leafs' resurgence?
The Toronto Maple Leafs are a puzzling bunch, but there's some dynamic talent at the top of the lineup in Phil Kessel and James van Riemsdyk. Now the organization has to find a way to build up the team more sensibly.
Leafs' Kadri: Working To Improve Shot Release
Kadri has been working on his shot over the summer and is looking to put up a lot more points this season, reports Sportsnet.ca. "Every single year I like my production to go up and up, so I want to get better [in terms of] goals, points, assists, plus/minus, time on ice," he said. "These are all things I think about and can improve on."
VIDEO: Maple Leafs' Randy Carlyle accepts former players' challenge
Randy Carlyle finally accepted the hilarious Ice Bucket Challenge from Mikhail Grabovski and Nikolai Kulemin, with some assistance from sometimes rumored doghouse dwellers Jake Gardiner and Nazem Kadri.
|Will Nazem Kadri's growth continue? The hype machine was on full display after he delivered 44 points in 48 games in the lockout-shortened 2012-13, but he couldn't carry that kind of production into last season. He did establish new career bests in goals (20) and points (50), including 18 on the power play, but he had just nine points - including five goals - in 22 games after the Olympic break. He's still a wild card - his plus-minus last season was horrible (minus-11) and he hasn't found a way to produce when the games get tough late in the season. Still, he's the Leafs' undisputed second-line center who'll see ice time on the second power-play unit. He'll toss his weight around and bring you respectable numbers in PIMs and hits, but don't be afraid to trade him to a Leafs' fan if he gets off to hot start. We fully expect him to settle into a 58-63 point groove for the next few years, but a Leafs' fan might overpay, thinking he's a 70-point stud. (Updated 8/13/14) |