The Leafs welcomed Patrick Marleau back to Toronto last night, and served his San Jose Sharks up a loss as a thank you for his service to the Blue and White. If the message Marleau had for his current teammates going into the game was "they can score in bunches, so always be ready" then he was spot on. With the score even at one a piece with just over 5 minutes left, Morgan Rielly broke the tie and the Leafs went on to add another two goals, winning the game 4-1. They'll need to score in bunches again tonight if they want to win. Especially considering back up goaltender, Michael Hutchinson, is winless on the year and sports a 4.02 GAA, coupled with a 0.890SV%. Toronto misses McGoalie. It would also be nice to see the Leafs' insane amount of talent score on the power play. They went 0/5 against the Sharks last night and have just 1 power play goal over their past 5 games. They have 8 goals on the power play this season, and their 21.6% conversion rate ranks 12th in the league. With the