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smuncky
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Registered: Dec 2003
Location: richmond hill, ontario, canada

they aren't bad.





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- New home/road unis comparable to 1990s Gilmour-era sweaters
- Both feature current primary logo, 11-point maple leaf introduced in 1970
- Both incorporate new lace-up collar instead of V-neck
- Dual horizontal stripes return to sleeves/waist
- Outlined number font goes away in favor of solid color block numbers
- 90s-era shoulder patches (veined leaf) return
- Third jersey will remain unchanged for 2010-11


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Dior Homme
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Originally posted by ChemEnhanced
They brought back the two horizontal stripes around the waist which have been absent for the past three seasons. The veined Leaf logo is now a shoulder patch like it was from 1992 to 2000. They have also added a string lace collar to replace the V-shaped collar and the lettering and numbers are single layered again, without an outside trim.

There is no more silver in the Jersey which is great...now Detroit isn't the only two colour jersey anymore.


i know a lot of features of it are brought back but its not 'new' in the sense that we haven't seen this style before. fuck i dunno thats what we get for being an original six. really hard to break off from tradition. especially us. rangers had some change over the years.

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Registered: Mar 2005
Location: Milton, ON Canada

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i know a lot of features of it are brought back but its not 'new' in the sense that we haven't seen this style before. fuck i dunno thats what we get for being an original six. really hard to break off from tradition. especially us. rangers had some change over the years.


Personally, I don't like changing the jersey at all.....to me its just corporate greed....MLSE is the KISS of the NHL.

I still think they should've stuck with the St. Patts jersey as the third jersey.


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Brennen
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Registered: Dec 2005
Location: Toronto, Ontario

I'm happy they didn't change the 3rd jersey seeing as I got one for Christmas last year. As for the new ones they are not bad.

edit: here is some official pictures
http://mapleleafs.nhl.com/club/gallerylanding.htm?id=15999&navid=DL|TOR|home


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Registered: Mar 2005
Location: Milton, ON Canada

Meet the newest maple leafs



Dave Morrison was happy.

Heading into the NHL Entry Draft, the Toronto Maple Leafs were without first- and second-round picks. That meant Morrison and the other teams scouts would have to wait around while all the players the team coveted went elsewhere. It was expected to be a frustrating two days.

But that changed when GM Brian Burke acquired the Chicago Blackhawks second-round selection (43rd overall) in exchange for prospect Jimmy Hayes (originally drafted 30th overall in 2008). With the pick, Toronto drafted agitating forward Brad Ross, a player Morrison had coveted as a potential first-round choice.

It was a tough deal for us to make, said Morrison, the Leafs director of amateur scouting. Obviously, we like Jimmy as a prospect as well. But to get something you have to give something up. And we didnt have a player like Ross. So were really pleased.

Along with Ross, here are the six other prospects Toronto added to its organization:

BRAD ROSS 43rd
LW, Portland (WHL)
6-feet, 175 pounds
GP: 71 G: 27 A: 41 PTS: 68

The Skinny: A Darcy Tucker clone who racked up 203 penalty minutes while playing on a line with Ryan Johansen (fourth overall) Nino Niederreiter (fifth overall).

Morrison Says: Hes a special type of player. Its really tough to find a guy that can play that kind of game and score goals. This guy can play. Plus, hes in your face and he can be nasty And with him its not a case of turning it on and off. The switch is always on with him.

GREG McKEGG 62nd
C, Erie (OHL)
6-feet, 191 pounds
GP: 67 G: 37 A: 48 PTS: 85

The Skinny: Rocketed up the rankings after the OHL standout, who was player of the month in February, improved point totals from 18 in 2008-09 to 85 last season.

Morrison Says: Hes an offensive player. Tremendous improvement from his first year in junior to his last year. A very intelligent player. Thinks the game well very offensively. Were looking at him as a potential top-six forward.

SONDRE OLDEN 79th
LW, MoDo (Swe-Jr.)
6-foot-3, 172 pounds
GP: 32 G: 7 A: 20 PTS: 27

The Skinny: The native of Oslo, Norway is viewed as an off the board gamble. But European scout Thommie Bergman believes Olden could develop into a special player.

Morrison Says: Hes a real projection pick. Hes almost underage. He was born two weeks before the underage deadline. So hes young, but hes a big kid almost 6-foot-4 and he can skate and has skill. Hes going to have to get a lot stronger. But theres a lot of potential there if he can reach it. Thats always the question mark.

PETTER GRANBERG 116th
D, Skelleftea (Swe-Jr.)
6-foot-3, 200 pounds
GP: 40 G: 2 A: 7 PTS: 9

The Skinny: A defensive defenceman, Granberg looks and plays a game that is similar to Carl Gunnarsson.

Morrison Says: Hes got to get stronger, but you could say that about all the guys. Good skater, hes got size, got all the intangibles. I really like him as a person. The Euro scouts played a big role in this pick.

SAM CARRICK 144th
C, Brampton (OHL)
6-feet, 188 pounds
GP: 66 G: 21 A: 21 PTS: 42

The Skinny: The Stouffville native, who led his team in penalty minutes (96) and finished second in scoring, said, every time the Leafs turn came around, Id get a little nervous, hoping theyd pick me.

Morrison Says: Hes right in our backyard. Hes not afraid to mix it up when he has to. He has potential leadership qualities with the way he plays the game. Hes going to get a lot of ice time with Brampton in the next couple of years. Its a good place for him to develop.

DANIEL BRODIN 146th
RW, Djurgarden (Swe)
6-foot-1, 172 pounds
GP: 30 G: 2 A: 3 PTS: 5

The Skinny: The 20-year-old is probably the closest of the picks to being fully developed. He played a full season in the Swedish Elite League.

Morrison Says: Lots and lots of speed. A very competitive player. Hes going to have to work on his skills a little bit, but hes ultra competitive. Just tons of speed. He might not have the finishing ability. But he has the potential to be an energy guy.

JOSH NICHOLLS 182nd
C, Saskatoon (WHL)
6-foot-2, 174 pounds
GP: 71 G: 18 A: 30 PTS: 48

The Skinny: A two-way player, he was rated the 93rd best North American skater by NHL Central Scouting.

Morrison Says: Hes a very good skater with skill. Has size potential. Still has some wait to put on. But he has offensive ability. Hes not a finished product. Still has a ways to go weight wise. You know, my western guys really liked him, so we thought it was a wise pick at that time. The last two guys, skating ability was the big.

Read more: http://sports.nationalpost.com/2010.../#ixzz0s5NSU2WG


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Registered: Mar 2005
Location: Milton, ON Canada

So who will Burke go after in the Free Agent Frenzy?

A few players I can think of are Maxim Afinogenov, Alexander Frolov, and Saku Koivu. I also think Colby Armstrong is the exact type of player Burke is looking for and I wouldn't be surprised if he is one of the first signings Burke makes.


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crazedcanuck
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Registered: Jul 2003
Location: Red Deer, AB

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Originally posted by ChemEnhanced
So who will Burke go after in the Free Agent Frenzy?

A few players I can think of are Maxim Afinogenov, Alexander Frolov, and Saku Koivu. I also think Colby Armstrong is the exact type of player Burke is looking for and I wouldn't be surprised if he is one of the first signings Burke makes.


There is next to nothing in the UFA forward crop. Frolov is looking for $5mil a yr, and is a floater. Afinogenov is this season's Jason Blake..career yr in his 30s looking to cash in. Koivu has been a steaming pile for 2 or 3 yrs now...

So congrats, you listed 3 of the most recognizable names on the UFA list, none of which we want or need.

Armstrong is a nice grinder, but you don't overpay guys like him on the UFA market.

This team needs top 6 forwards and there simply aren't any.

Not to mention with nearly $30mil on the cap in dmen, we don't have the capspace until some trades are made providing we don't take back a comparable salary.

The UFA offseason to watch for Toronto will be 2011.

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Registered: Mar 2005
Location: Milton, ON Canada

Saku Koivu is a one year contract that fills space on a team until younger players can make the move to the big league. Maxim and Alexander are both top 6 forwards, which is what toronto needs. Toronto has tons of cap room so signing a Frolov isn't going to be a huge hit. Frolov is one of those players where some night you won't even notice him and others he will be the best player on the ice. I would be more then willing to take a chance on him....if the length of the contract is right.


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crazedcanuck
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Registered: Jul 2003
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Koivu isn't a placeholder for anyone anymore, and should frankly retire.

The team needs a #1 C to buy the kids time, not a #3 vet that will want around $3mil or more.

Sadly, the best UFA C right now is Olli Jokinen, and I doubt anyone wants a part of him after Sutter/Keenan ruined him.

Guy used to take 300+ shots on goal a yr and now takes less than half that since CGY tried to turn him into a playmaker for Iginla.

Until Jeff Finger is waived and either Beauchemin or Kaberle dealt we can't afford much for a forward and I certainly don't want Burke to make a multi-yr commitment to a UFA this yr with the RFA raises next yr and vastly superior UFA crop in 2011.

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Dior Homme
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Registered: Aug 2008
Location: Paris

I heard the rumours like a month ago and one of them came true. Kris Versteeg from the hawks for victor stalberg and 2 prospects....


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TORONTO -- The Chicago Blackhawks have unloaded another key player that helped them win the Stanley Cup, sending right-winger Kris Versteeg to Toronto in a five-player deal Wednesday night.

The Maple Leafs also acquired the rights to left-winger Bill Sweatt in exchange for forwards Viktor Stalberg, Chris DiDomenico and Philippe Paradis.

Versteeg, 24, recorded 44 points (20 goals, 24 assists) in 79 regular-season games for the Blackhawks. He added 14 points (6-8) in 22 post-season games.

The deal comes a week after Chicago shipped playoff star Dustin Byfuglien to Atlanta along with Brent Sopel and Ben Eager. The Blackhawks also recently shipped Colin Fraser to Edmonton.

Over parts of the last three seasons with Chicago, Versteeg has 101 points (44-57) and 96 penalty minutes in 170 regular-season games.

Led by young stars such as Jonathan Toews and Patrick Kane, the Blackhawks beat Philadelphia for their first Stanley Cup title since 1961, but they were hardly a two-man show.

Chicago had one of the deepest rosters in the league last season but with major salary-cap issues, changes were expected.

Kane and Toews signed contract extensions with the Blackhawks in December -- five-year deals worth US$31.5 million each. Marian Hossa, Duncan Keith, Brian Campbell and Cristobal Huet are also signed to lucrative long-term deals.

Sweatt, 21, was selected with the 38th overall pick of the 2007 NHL entry draft. He has completed four NCAA seasons at Colorado College and has 109 points (46-63) in 143 games.

Stalberg, 24, had nine goals and five assists in 40 games last season, his first in the NHL. He added 33 points (12-21) in 39 games with the American Hockey League's Toronto Marlies.

Paradis, 19, spent the last three seasons with the Shawinigan Cataractes of the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League. He had 44 points (24-20) in 63 games last season.

DiDomenico, 21, had 22 points (7-15) in 12 regular-season games with the QMJHL's Drummondville Voltigeurs. He added 21 points (7-14) in 14 post-season games.

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Registered: Mar 2005
Location: Milton, ON Canada

good pick up for the leafs....tomorrow will be interesting


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Dior Homme
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Registered: Aug 2008
Location: Paris

yes amazing trade and we still have trade bait!

toronto will do the most deals... still predicting two more for us. ill be checking my phone during the day tomorrow on the cruises/after parties lol

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