The Toronto Legion snuck into the playoff in the last week of the regular season and would end up playing the Quebec City Meute in the wildcard round. Not many expected the Legion to win BUT GUESS WHAT. They won. Wait what, no they didn't they lost as expected but it was a successful season over all because the Legion were seen as missing the playoffs at the beginning of the season and in the off-season when they traded for some Davos players.
In the playoffs, Shawn Brodeur made 49 saves on 56 shots, as the Legion lost by a combined score of 7-4 over the two games. It wasn't a bad playoffs at all for the legion as they lost 3.5 to 2 goals on average per game. It was not the best playoffs for the Legion but it wasn't the worst. In the end, the Legion look forward to building in the new year as now Sebastian Ironside will be moving on as well as Brodeur moving into his last season of VHL eligibility. The Legion have Helsinki's 1st round pick so they will get a lottery pick despite making the playoffs which is always great.