2009/2010 Toronto Maple Leafs II: Black October

Posted: 28th October 2009 by Jeremy Wanless in NHL
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A vortex of broken goaltenders and misplaced blame imploded spectacularly Monday night, equalizing the black hole that was the Toronto Maple Leafs' win column and sending palpable shockwaves through the hockey universe. Having increased their point total 200 percent, a veritable scramble for group identification swept across the continent, either to voice their undying support for their beloved franchise or to scathingly remind the masses that other NHL teams win all the time. But already the collective breath had been exhaled, as Leafs fans looked at each other or within themselves as though Brian Burke had spoken directly to their hearts: ôIt's over, now forget it already.ö á It will never be debated that, although statistically not the most terrible stretch in team history, MLSE is ...

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