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Count–Up Clock Since The Last Toronto Maple Leafs Stanley Cup Victory.

Oh, the shame of it all, it’s been  since the Leafs last Stanley Cup victory on May 02, 1967.

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« on: June 07, 2007, 05:14:47 AM »

So far Fergie has signed Nik Antropov, Boyd Devereaux, Anton Stralman, Nikolai Kulemin, Phil Oreskovic, Poni has an extension, Stajan will have a deal in place and Sundin is on the way.

The team would essentially look like the team did last year.

If I were Fergie I think I'd try to move McCabe.  He has that silly no-trade clause but as someone else mentioned elsewhere....  Maybe a deal to Long Island could work out.  That would make Kaberle and Kubina the Leafs top pairing plus Gill while opening more icetime for Carlo and White and one other Marlie grad ...  Possibly Kronwall, Stralman or even Pilar.  The Leafs blueline needs d-men who can make that first pass and perform defensive duties.  Bryan McCabe doesn't do any of that.

Up front the forward lines need a shake up.  If need be trade away Tucker for some picks and a player for the Marlies and go after an available free agent to play on the first line with Mats Sundin. 

For this upcoming season to be a success a playoff berth needs to be attained.  Only a delusional fool would have dreams of a Stanley Cup parade in 2008, but if the correct building blocks are laid in place now then there is no reason not to believe a Cup contender can be achieved in 3 years time.  About the time that all Fergies 5 year deals come due.
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« Reply #1 on: June 20, 2007, 04:34:24 AM »

So far Fergie has signed Nik Antropov, Boyd Devereaux, Anton Stralman, Nikolai Kulemin, Phil Oreskovic, Poni has an extension, Stajan will have a deal in place and Sundin is on the way.

The team would essentially look like the team did last year.

If I were Fergie I think I'd try to move McCabe.  He has that silly no-trade clause but as someone else mentioned elsewhere....  Maybe a deal to Long Island could work out.  That would make Kaberle and Kubina the Leafs top pairing plus Gill while opening more icetime for Carlo and White and one other Marlie grad ...  Possibly Kronwall, Stralman or even Pilar.  The Leafs blueline needs d-men who can make that first pass and perform defensive duties.  Bryan McCabe doesn't do any of that.

Up front the forward lines need a shake up.  If need be trade away Tucker for some picks and a player for the Marlies and go after an available free agent to play on the first line with Mats Sundin. 

For this upcoming season to be a success a playoff berth needs to be attained.  Only a delusional fool would have dreams of a Stanley Cup parade in 2008, but if the correct building blocks are laid in place now then there is no reason not to believe a Cup contender can be achieved in 3 years time.  About the time that all Fergies 5 year deals come due.


What? No Stanley Cup for the Leafs in '08?  I BE-LEAF it could happen!!! Yah Right  Ok I lied...I don't really..but how I wish.  Tongue I'm glad Mats got signed for another year though.  Now all I'm waiting to hear is that the Leafs have gotten big-E back!  Wink
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