Report: Babcock not satisfied with blowout win over Jets, makes changes to lineup

Not even a 7-2 win is enough for one of hockey's best coaches!

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Off the heels of an absolutely thumping of the Winnipeg Jets by a score of 7-2, Mike Babcock is already making changes to the Toronto Maple Leafs lineup.

The Leafs took a whopping 8 penalties in the win - starting goalie Frederik Andersen bailed them out on multiple occasions. The score could have been much different had he not.

Babcock wants to see his team commit to "playing the right way", and that means playing well on both sides of the puck. Responsible two-way play that limits power plays for the opposition will only further cement this team as a contender.

Dominic Moore and Calle Rosen will draw in for Eric Fehr and Andreas Borgman. Rosen was called up today from the Marlies after it was announced that defenseman Martin Marincin cleared waivers. He will likely skate with Connor Carrick Saturday night against the New York Rangers. Moore will take Fehr's spot on the fourth line.