Maple Leafs Face Bad Bounces and Questions To Be Answered

Posted: 18th November 2009 by Louis Pisano in NHL
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By Louis ôKing of Roncesvallesö Pisano Again the Maple Leafs gave up the first goal of the game, this time against Ottawa last night, marking the 17th time in 19 games. Still a ways to go to break AtlantaÆs record of 57 of 82, but certainly on their way toward itùdefinitely one record we donÆt want to own in Toronto. Why is it that the Leafs canÆt seem to stay focused for a whole 60 minutes? Do they have ADD? How many times can the expression ôbad bouncesö be used in conjunction with the Toronto Maple Leafs? Almost every game, seemingly, as the first goal was due to a bad bounce and a flutter ball over the glove of Vesa Toskala. The battle of Ontario is certainly alive and well, as there were a number of fisticuffs in last nightÆs gameùfour, to be exactùand Colton Orr sure let M ...

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