Overall, the Leafs just looked like they wanted it more. They beat the Flyers to loose pucks, they fought harder, and they beat the Flyers in just about every aspect of the game. That's a concern, and the fact that Coach Stevens said in his post-game news conference that he "liked the effort" is slightly disturbing.
It wasn't all bad last night, though. Danny Syvret, an outside shot at making the Flyers and, most certainly the number one or two defenseman on the Phantoms, had a solid game in his old home rink (he also played junior hockey in London). James van Riemsdyk played well again, and Blair Betts continued to show how badly he wants a spot on this roster.
The bright spots are something to build on, but the game is something to forget.