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And so, history’s winningest regular-season edition of the 101-year-old Toronto Maple Leafs will pack their belief and one round of playoff lessons and board a jet south next week (destination TBD) feeling good about themselves and their opening-night playoff lineup, which was unveiled in Saturday’s 4-2 cruise over the Montreal Canadiens.

Memories of the Leafs’ 14-game losing streak against Montreal felt as distant as Carey Price’s dominance or Shea Weber’s health on a night when the Leafs polished off a perfect 4-0 record versus their nemesis in 2017-18.

“We’ve played pretty hard and gotten better and played quicker,” said Mike Babcock, head coach and constantly tinkering craftsman of his starting 18.

“Part of it is we’ve got good depth and you add people to your lineup and you keep everybody on their toes a little bit that way.” Having slapped a padlock on the Atlantic Division’s third seed since back when the Sedins were still on the fence, Toronto has used its time and space — hockey’s most coveted commodity — in the standings to hold extended tryouts on the fourth line and third defence pairing, to rent a much revered depth centre from their eldest rival, to stoke the irons of its fearsome power play, and, above all, to strut into the spring dance healthy, rested and ready to rock.

“We believe in one another,” says Morgan Rielly, one of different Maple Leafs who put a bow on a 40-point campaign. We’ve proven over the course of this season that we’re capable of beating anybody.

We’ve beat the best teams in the league.” Here is what Babcock’s bunch looked like on Saturday and how it should look Thursday night when the playoff curtain opens in Tampa or Boston, both of whom sent a scout to spy on this one: Hyman-Matthews-Nylander Marleau-Kadri-Marner van Riemsdyk-Bozak-Brown Komarov-Plekanec-Kapanen Rielly-Hainsey Gardiner-Zaitsev Dermott-Polak Andersen Mc Elhinney “If we were starting today, this is how we’d be starting,” Babcock said.

Aside from its sturdy backbone and minute-munching top defence pairs, it’s a collection that has been so in flux that only Auston Matthews’ top line mirrors the Leafs’ opening night lineup of Oct. After spending shifts on all four units, Mitch Marner has ascended from the doghouse to Nazem Kadri’s second line and finishes as the club’s leading scorer (69 points). Dominic Moore and Matt Martin have joined Josh Leivo on the black aces.

Babcock knew Connor Brown wouldn’t last long on the fourth line, where he began the fall, and true enough, Brown has grinded his way to Marner’s old spot alongside Tyler Bozak and James van Riemsdyk, two veterans likely heading into one last run in blue and white. The big thing about it is, we don’t have to worry about next year. Let’s dig in and see what we can get done.” The finicky fourth line has been stripped apart and overhauled. And excitable March call-up Andreas Johnsson may be next man up if speed demon Kasperi Kapanen or trustworthy Leo Komarov get exposed. Ron Hainsey will be expected to kill every Leafs penalty.

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