Things To Think About As Toronto Maple Leafs Set Record for Futility

Posted: 25th October 2009 by Derek Harmsworth in NHL
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Another night. áAnother loss. áAt least we can say in this one we saw a glimpse of heart. After controlling the bulk of the play in the second and third period, the Leafs still couldnÆt find a way to solve Roberto Luongo (few can) and the result, a 2-1 loss at GM place at the hands of the Canucks. The Leafs are now off to their worst start in franchise history, and this week isnÆt looking kind to them schedule wise. áThere is, however, some good news on the horizon. It looks as though ôThe Monsterö Jonas Gustavsson will be ready to take on Brian BurkeÆs old team, the Anaheim Ducks, this coming Monday night. áIt would also appear that sniper Phil Kessel will be ready to go by Nov. 3, but as noted earlier this week, the Leafs will certainly exercise caution in getting Kessel back in ...

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