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VIDEO: THN Puck Panel - Why aren’t Toronto and Montreal scoring?

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Last season the Montreal Canadiens and Toronto Maple Leafs finished tied for 25th in league scoring, averaging 2.56 goals per game. The two teams’ inability to find the back of the net is rearing its ugly head again this year, as both teams are below last year’s average.

In this edition of the THN Puck Panel, host Ryan Dixon is joined by writers John Grigg and Ryan Kennedy to discuss the lack of scoring in hockey’s holy cities.

PRODUCER: Ted Cooper

The THN.com Puck Panel will appear regularly throughout the season.

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