The Maple Leafs gear is relatively optimized, but that may be a good thing. Forwards on the ice include Nik Antropov, Jason Blake, Andrea Deveaux, Mikhail Grabovski, Niklas Hagman, Ryan Holloweg, Nikolai Kulemin, Brad May, Jamal Mayers, John Mitchell, Dominic Moor, Alexi Ponikarovsky, Matt Stajan, Lee Stempniak and Jeremy. Williams. Defenders include Jeff Finger, Jonas Frogren, Tomas Kaberle, Pavel Kubina, Luke Schenn, Jaime Sifers, Anton Stralman, Mike Van Ryn, and Ian White. Goalkeepers include Curtis Joseph and Vesa Toskala. Members of the injured reserve list include Williams, Finger and Van Ryn.

Players in the Maple Leafs system include team forwards Brent Aubin, Alex Barry, Darryle Boyce, Joel Champagne, Christopher Didomenico, Robert Earl, Jerome Flaake, Alex Foster, Matt Frattin, Stefano Gillati, Ryan Hamilton, Jimmy Hayes, Leo Komarov, Dale Mitchell, Kris Newbury, Pierce Norton, Ben Ondrus, Chad Rau, Tyler Ruegsegger, Alexander Shinkar, Viktor Stahlberg, Jan Steber, Mikhail Stefanovich, Konstantin Volkov, and Ben Winnett. Defenders include Carl Gunnarsson, Chris Harrington, Korbinian Holzer, Staffan Kronwall, Andrew MacWilliam, Juraj Mikus, Phil Oreskovic, Richard Petiot, Maxim Semenov, Dmitri Vorobiev, and Derrick Walser. Goalkeepers include Justin Pogge, James Reimer and Grant Rollheiser.

Coaches supporting the Maple Leafs this season include head coach Robert Wilson, assistant coach Keith Acton, assistant coach Tim Hunter, assistant coach Rob Zettler, player development coach Paul Dennis, goalkeeping coach Corey Hirsch, Skating Coach, Grame Townshed, Strength and Conditioning Coordinator Matt Nichol, Team Manager Brian Paineau, Assistant Team Manager Bobby Hasting, Assistant Team Manager Tom Blatchford, and Video Analyst Chris Dennis.

In eleventh place, the Maple Leafs are not breaking any records with a score of 42, but the season is still young, so almost anything is possible. With two games remaining in January against Avalanche and Penguins, the Maple Leafs will move into February, when they will play road games against the Sabers, Canadiens, Panthers, Lightning, Rangers, Islanders and Senators. Then in February, the Maple Leafs will host games against the Panthers, Penguins, Sabers, Blue Jackets, Canucks and Rangers.

In March, the Maple Leafs will play road games against the Capitals, Senators, Lightning, Panthers, Canadiens and Sabers. Home games in March will be times when the Maple Leafs will host competitions against the Devils, Oilers, Islanders, Lightning, Flames, Capitals and Bruins. April ends the 2008-2009 season with six games for the Maple Leafs. Home games are scheduled against the Flyers, Canadiens, Sabers and Senators and the game against the Senators marks the last game of the season for the Maple Leafs on Saturday, April 11. Road games in April will be scheduled against the Flyers and Devils.

Currently, the Maple Leafs have 42 points in Eastern Conference League games with 17 wins, 22 losses and 8 OT. In the league rankings, the Maple Leafs are currently ranked 26th with only Tampa Bay, Ottawa, Atlanta and the New York Islanders falling further down the rankings. The Northeast Division standings place the Maple Leaf in fourth place behind Boston, Montreal and Buffalo.