Sheldon Keefe shakes up lineup despite win over Lightning.

Sheldon Keefe shakes up lineup despite win over Lightning.

The head coach of the Toronto Maple Leafs continues to tinker with his lineup early in the season.

Jonathan Larivee

The Toronto Maple Leafs pulled off a big comeback win over a tough opponent when they faced the Tampa Bay Lightning on Saturday, but in spite of that success head coach Sheldon Keefe remains unsatisfied with what he is seeing from his forwards this season.

On Monday, Keefe once again tinkered with his lineup when he changed all 3 of his top lines in an effort to find the right mix this season. Although Keefe has only moved one player from each line it will give the team a different look when they next hit the ice on Tuesday to face off against Alex Ovechkin and the Washington Capitals.

Keefe has bumped forward Tyler Bertuzzi off of the team's top line down to the second line where he will be replacing Matthew Knies who himself has been bumped down to the third line. Perhaps the most notable change is that Calle Jarnkrok, who played on the team's third line on Saturday, is being bumped up to the top line where he will play alongside Auston Matthews and Mitch Marner.

Here is how the new lines look from today's morning skate:


Fraser Minten was once again wearing an extra's jersey at practice on Monday which would appear to be another sign that his run with the Maple Leafs may be coming to an early end.

Keefe made no changes at all on the blue line so you can expect the same defensive pairings for Tuesday's game against the Capitals:


Last but certainly not least, Keefe has previously announced that Joseph Woll will be getting the start in goal on Tuesday, no surprise given that Ilya Samsonov has allowed 14 goals in his 4 starts thus far this season.