Eight games into the 2018-2019 season, the Toronto Maple Leafs have stumbled to a slightly rocky start. The team, which entered this year’s campaign with such high hopes, has nine points on four wins, three losses and one overtime loss that came via shootout. It’s not exactly the start the team and its fans were hoping for, but it’s still very early on in the season. Toronto got some bad news this week, too, when it was announced that team captain John Tavares will be forced to miss at least two weeks of action due to a broken finger his suffered during a game against the Washington Capitals. Tavares will be re-examined by doctors in two weeks, at which point, they’ll come up with a plan for his playing time. Being out two weeks would mean Tavares would miss at least six games.