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DAVID BOOTH RUMORS & GOSSIP

Will David Booth make his mark with the Leafs?

Left winger David Booth is still in the prime of his career at age 29, and the six foot 210 plus pound winger could still regain his form once healthy. Prior to joining the Vancouver Canucks in 2011-12 he had two seasons of 20 or more goals and one season of 30 or more goals through five seasons in the NHL. Unfortunately his game seems to have been in decline since suffering a concussion...
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November 16, 2014  |  Discuss

Maple Leafs news: David Booth heads to Toronto

The Toronto Maple Leafs have announced they signed free agent David Booth to a one year deal. Loxy!!-Wikimedia CommonsAccording to reporter James Mirtle of the Globe and Mail, David Booth's contract is worth 1.1 million dollars for the year. Booth has struggled the past three years. It lead to his former team, the Vancouver Canucks to use a compliance buyout to buyout his final...
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July 23, 2014  |  Discuss

David Booth’s epic wedding photo

David Booth may have one of the most epic wedding photos of all time. We’re not sure which we like better, his wedding photo or his hilarious slack lining fail. Here's to no more groin injuries. Best photographer ever @devmanphoto best suit ever @ephapparel pic.twitter.com/iabIiAfGhL — David Booth (@D_Booth7) July 12, 2014
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July 12, 2014  |  Discuss

Why the Canucks Should Have Kept David Booth

So long, Booth The 2013-14 NHL season may have come to its conclusion with the L.A. Kings Stanley Cup victory over the New York Rangers, but that doesn’t mean the fun stops. That’s hardly the case, as a matter of fact. The window for teams to buyout players began this Monday and will continue until after the NHL draft, which ends June 28th. The festivities started with former...
Via NorthWest Sports Beat
June 20, 2014  |  Discuss

Video: David Booth tries slacklining, hilariously injures himself

The NHL playoffs are still being played and it’s clear Vancouver’s David Booth is already pretty bored this summer. In a video uploaded to Instagram, Booth tries a bit of slacklining. The results are as painful as they are hilarious. Make sure your sound is on for this one: Booth’s balance is actually really impressive, but that ending looks so painful.
Via Puck Drunk Love
June 05, 2014  |  Discuss

David Booth’s Slacklining Attempt Has Especially Painful Ending (Video)

The Vancouver Canucks might not currently be playing hockey, but that doesn’t mean forward David Booth isn’t still taking a beating. For the first time in six years, the Canucks didn’t reach the postseason, so Booth’s summer vacation started much earlier than normal. The winger has certainly had some time to kill this offseason, and that led him to try his hand at slacklining...
Via NESN.com
June 05, 2014  |  Discuss
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