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Maple Leafs GM Brian Burke touched on a number of issues at a media availability preceding a charity golf tournament this morning, but was hesitant to elaborate on questions pertaining to the expected NHL lockout, scheduled to commence on Saturday.
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In an interview with the National Post, Toronto Maple Leafs GM Brian Burke spent 99.9% of the interview talking about the possible NHL lockout and where the Leafs are head. The other 0.01% was spent responding to the Maple Leafs finishing last among professional franchises in ESPN’s Ultimate Team Rankings.
To be fair, the rankings are mainly put together based on feedback from...
Not only is the city of Toronto, Canada currently one of the most inept in the world when it comes to professional sports teams, ESPN has named the Toronto Maple Leafs as the worst franchise in North America. The NHL team came in dead last in a recent survey by ESPN Magazine, which means they [...]
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By Tony Ambrogio (@SNTonyAmbrogio)
Here’s what we learned from the Toronto Maple Leafs charity golf tournament on Monday — rounded up into some Toronto Maple Leafs offseason notes:
Brian Burke hates ESPN
Nazem Kadri – facing a critical season ahead – is in the best shape of his career thanks to a former Maple Leaf.
Joffrey Lupul is thinking about playing in Europe if there...
Every year, ESPN rolls out their Ultimate Fan Rankings, which causes a lot of debate among fans across the country. This year, the worst team ranked was the Toronto Maple Leafs, and general manager Brian Burke wasn't too pleased with that.
“I don’t think ESPN knows a single thing about hockey. I think their hockey coverage stinks. I don’t think they know anything...