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It’s been 87 years since an NHL team had a group of rookies on par with Toronto’s.
Power-play opportunities have reached their lowest level since at least the 1968-1969 season, according to Stats LLC. The 6.27 average opportunities per game are a far cry from the high of 11.7 in the post-lockout 2005-2006 season, which saw major rule changes meant to increase scoring and generally improve the game.