Fifteen victories and 30 points for the Maple Leafs.

And no, it’s not the end of the abbreviated 2012-13 season, but just the halfway point.

Anyone see that coming? If you answered yes, we’ll let the little blue-and-white lie go.

The Leafs continued to prove they are serious about satisfying their playoff itch, beating the depleted Ottawa Senators 5-4 at the Air Canada Centre on Wednesday night.

The Leafs are 15-9 through 24 games of the 48-game schedule and, if they keep this up, Randy Carlyle will be in the running for the Jack Adams Award as NHL coach of the year.

But Carlyle, who guided the Anaheim Ducks to the Stanley Cup in 2007, has no time for that kind of talk. There were several tense moments during the Leafs’ latest victory, as they held leads of 3-0 and 5-2 and had to hang on at the end to beat the Sens.

“We won the hockey game and we got two points,” Carlyle said. “Was it a masterpiece? You be the judge.”