Maple Leaf sits at the top of the North Zone and is currently in serious trouble. He has conceded five consecutive goals.
On Thursday night (7pm), at the Toronto TVA Sports Center, its goalkeeper will have the opportunity to visit Winnipeg’s jets to break his own bad situation.
Reeves coach Sheldon Keefe told the Daily Sun: “I worry about our goalkeeper. We have to solve this problem. I don’t worry about our team. I believe in our team.” Just like the night before, we played well enough to win. However, we need better goalkeeper performance to build confidence in the club.”
Campbell and Rititch added: “Compared with the recent situation, both can do better.”
And, if you know Toronto’s offensive power, it would be an understatement to say that Toronto will need a large goalkeeper against the jets.
If they win, Winnipeg may enter the first place in this section within two small points of Maple Leaf.
Who will prevail? We will get the answer in a few hours…