Colaiacovo and Kronwall Recalled
Antropov - Sundin - Ponikarovsky
Tucker - Allison - Czerkawski
Steen - Stajan - O'Neil
Domi - Lindros - Kilger
I love the 1-2-3 lines, although I feel bad for Lindros. If I had my way, I'd replace Kilger with Wellwood, and all would be good. Although Domi is known mostly as a pugalist, he does have some decent speed, and scored 15 goals a few years ago. The Steen/Stajan/O'Niel is flying right now. Antropov, Tucker, and O'Neil have been the best Leafs in the preseason, so it's nice to see balance in these lines. The SkyLine is huge - Sundin 6'5 Antropov 6'6 Ponikarovsky 6'4. The Tucker/Allison/Czerkawski line has the most pure offensive talent.
Until Klee is ready to play, the defense is going to have too much inexperience. Something like this:
Injured: Klee, Belak, Berg
Overall, I think the Leafs might have the best offensive lineup in the league, when you consider that McCabe, Kaberle and Khavanov will probably all finish in the top 40 in league defensive scoring. The biggest weakness is on defense, where the Leafs will likely continue their trend of giving up 30+ shots a game. If Belfour can still play at a high level, the Leafs should play well enough to finish with near 100 points, and a 4th-5th placing in the Eastern conference.