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  1. #241
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    I made it back but definitely didn't want to leave. A really great city and I'll definitely be going back again. The amount of beautiful women up there is just ridiculous! The Jays games were a great experience and they actually won 1 of 3 so that was a bonus. Also went to the Exhibition and that is quite the massive event. But 3 days in TO just wasn't enough.

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    don't know where to put it

    but Marlies signed Paul Ranger to a contract. Hopefully he can bounce back to his old self and we have a top 4 D. Probably wishful thinking, but who knows?



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    Ranger's a low risk/decent reward if he can get back into form. With Holzer on a 1 way deal now there was a hole to fill on the Marlies anyways. Not a bad signing.. can't really hurt.

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    Ryan Hamilton - Joe Colborne - Nic Deschamps
    Carter Ashton - Mike Zigomanis - Keith Aucoin
    Brad Ross - Greg McKegg - Jerry D'Amigo
    Sam Carrick - Jamie Devane - Greg Scott
    Spencer Abbot, Colton Orr, Andrew Cresensci, Kenny Ryan, Tyler Brenner, Will Acton

    Mike Kostska - Jesse Blacker
    Mark Fraser - Korbinian Holzer (NHL?)
    Simon Gysbers - Paul Ranger
    Dylan Yeo

    Jussi Rynnas
    Mark Owuya
    Ben Scrivens (NHL?)

    If there's no NHL, we'll most likely see Gardiner, Frattin and Kadri all playing there as well. Eakins will have a great team to work with this year.



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    Let's go Marlies!

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    I wonder if cbc will show ahl games

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    In season 2015 of my NHL 12 dynasty Joe Colborne has a 94 overall and 3 60-goal seasons thus far.

    Boys, i think we found or #1 centre. Also Percy becomes pretty good.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ktownguy31 View Post
    I wonder if cbc will show ahl games
    in 2009 CBC and the Marlies had a 1 year deal where CBC broadcast 7 games. They might do it again.

    However i think Snet will end up doing it first.
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  9. #249
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    I just meant if there is no nhl is that the hockey we will get to see

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    It's something to talk about...

    http://www.torontosun.com/2012/08/23...ing-a-facelift


    Randy Carlyle hasn’t yet made his mark on the Maple Leafs, but hopes to do so by putting his imprint on the Air Canada Centre dressing room.

    After replacing Ron Wilson as coach for the final 18 games of last season — too late to stop a seventh consecutive year out of the playoffs — Carlyle thought the club’s quarters needed a makeover.

    When, and if, the 2012-13 season commences, Carlyle and some interior design experts will have a say in many “cosmetic changes” to the sprawling facility. Always a coach protective of his dressing room and its environs — from his AHL days with Winnipeg and later with the Stanley Cup champion Anaheim Ducks — Carlyle sees a link between atmosphere and attitude.

    “I just thought the room looked dark and tired in places,” Carlyle said on Wednesday in a phone interview. “A lot of things had to be updated, such as the carpets, but we’ve also added some art work (murals and photos). It’s going to be partly a nostalgic tribute to the past of this team, but there will also be some changes to things such as the stalls that a modern day player in Toronto is going to appreciate.”

    The Leafs room was largely unchanged since the team moved from Maple Leaf Gardens in February of 1999. Plaques commemorating Leafs teams since 1917 were placed around the ACC room, but there were no eye-catching pieces that spoke to the franchise’s 13 Stanley Cups and many Hall of Famers. Carlyle played at the historic Gardens under coaches Red Kelly and Roger Neilson and certainly knows the allure the place holds for players and fans.

    “We called in some design people and talked to a lot of those around the team about what they wanted to see,” said Carlyle. “But I don’t want to let the cat out of the bag, yet.”

    Bob Hunter, executive vice-president for venues and entertainment for Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment, says new ceilings, lighting and carpets are part of the changes, but the project is at least a couple of weeks away from completion.

    It’s expected Carlyle will include some personal motivational messages on the walls throughout the two change rooms, player lounge, medical room and coaches offices.

    The Leafs have used ‘Defeat Does Not Rest Lightly On Their Shoulders’ in bold letters in the main room, going back to the Conn Smythe era, though The Price of Success Is Hard Work popped up, as well.

    At both Winnipeg Arena, the new MTS Centre and the Honda Center in Anaheim, Carlyle had a list of messages that included:

    “Maintain a positive attitude, expect a lot of yourself and only expect your best.”

    “Don’t sulk or point fingers, stay positive when things get tough.”

    “Every player is a leader in his own way.”

    “Play with self-disciplined aggression. Control emotions when playing aggressively or you will be controlled by opponents or situations.”

    “Avoid making excuses. Admit mistakes, errors, lapses in discipline, accept defeat without excuses. Learn from mistakes, focus on improvements.”
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    General Discussions - not thread worthy

    If season lost or during time of a lockout would leafs have to pay tuckers $1 million buy out...is it attached to cba or completely individual compensation.

    4 mil over 4 yrs = $1 mil per and off cap Wonder if he would still get paid during lockout or if it continues after or it's lump sum

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    Sooooo any news on the cba today¿

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    Quote Originally Posted by ktownguy31 View Post
    Sooooo any news on the cba today¿
    Owners are reportedly giving up a little more hrr. The players will like that if true.
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    PA is responding this afternoon. Rumour has it they'll give the league a flat out "no" on their new proposal.

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