Toronto Maple Leafs Morgan Rielly: "We're Not Done"

The Toronto Maple Leafs impressive took down the Tampa Bay Lightning in six games and stopped the Lightning's streak of three consecutive Stanley Cup Finals. The Maple Leafs were led by their core five of Auston Matthews, Mitch Marner, John Tavares, William Nylander and Morgan Rielly. The same group many called overpaid and couldn't be capable of winning.

Rielly, the veteran of the group who has been with the Leafs the longest, enjoyed the moment getting past the Bolts but knows, this team is far from finished this spring. Rielly met with the media and had this to say:

It's a mix of being relieved, being extremely happy, being grateful, and all that stuff, but also, you want more. You want to keep going, you want to keep building, you want to keep pushing for more. That's the great thing about our group. We're looking forward to the challenges that are ahead. We're proud of the effort, but, ultimately, we want to keep playing. It's a hard question to answer because there's no one thing that's different, it's just a cumulative group that has really worked hard and learned a lot over the years and has grown together. We want to win, we're desperate to win, and again, we're not done.

Rielly was in absolute beast mode against the Lightning, scoring some of the team's biggest goals of the series. The Maple Leafs now take on the Florida Panthers in round two and have home ice advantage.

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