Tyson Barrie has now recorded a point in five consecutive games (three goals, four assists) and has scored in three straight, with all coming on the road.
The defenceman has looked rejuvenated since Sheldon Keefe was named head coach and Barrie has not left the goal column since the beginning of his tenure behind the bench. Barrie is the first defenceman in Maple Leafs history to score in three straight road games that were played consecutively. He looks like a completely different player and is now a must-start in fantasy lineups. His season totals have crept up to 12 points (three goals, nine assists) in 26 games after producing a weak five assists through the first 21 games.