How the Leafs are putting the past behind them

While Leafs fans may still be suffering from nightmares after last season's playoff collapse against the Bruins, Toronto head coach Randy Carlyle wants his team to focus on what lies ahead instead.

Toronto suffered epic Game 7 playoff collapse against Bruins

Toronto Maple Leafs aren't dwelling on collapse in Game 7 vs. the Bruins. 2:15

It's been several months, but some Toronto Maple Leafs fans are still reeling from the team's epic Game 7 first-round playoff collapse last year against the Boston Bruins. 

But while supporters of the Blue and White may still be suffering from nightmares, Leafs head coach Randy Carlyle doesn't want to hear about it. Instead, he wants his team to focus on the upcoming season and not the past. 

Click the above video to find out how Carlyle's team — and fans alike — plan on moving forward from their heartbreaking defeat to Boston.


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