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Toronto Maple Leafs 'a little ahead' of expectations with Auston Matthews showing 'complete player' potential: GM Lou Lamoriello

TORONTO — Maple Leafs general manager Lou Lamoriello likes to say that when it comes to managing an NHL team, there’s a five-year plan which changes daily. 801 more words

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Toronto Maple Leafs GM Lou Lamoriello taking a wait-and-see approach to team's core

Just so we’re clear, Lou Lamoriello, will you or won’t you try to improve the Maple Leafs via trade if the club is knocking on the playoff door at the NHL trade deadline on March 1? 851 more words

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Toronto Maple Leafs management preaches patience as players fall short of Mike Babcock's point standards

As his youthful team progresses, Maple Leafs general manager Lou Lamoriello knows the importance of patience quite well.

But he doesn’t find it overly enjoyable. 869 more words

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The state of the Toronto Maple Leafs: GM Lou Lamoriello encouraged by play of electrifying youngsters

MONTREAL — Lou Lamoriello’s plans have encountered an unforeseen roadblock.

It is a sun-splashed Saturday in downtown Montreal and the Maple Leafs general manager is in a cab heading back to the team hotel from the Bell Centre, where his team has just completed its morning skate. 1,443 more words

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Toronto Maple Leafs accept 'Lou's Rules,' forgo long hair and ZZ Top beards: 'It’s about team unity'

TORONTO — They negotiated term and they negotiated salary. But when Matt Martin sat down to sign his contract with the Toronto Maple Leafs on July 1, the free agent forward was told that length was non-negotiable. 881 more words

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Clark thinks Leafs finally on right track

The Chicago Cubs are World Series champions after waiting since 1908, and you can almost hear Wendel Clark’s eyebrows raise on the other end of the telephone as he anticipates the incoming question. 669 more words

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Edmonton Oilers GM Peter Chiarelli has long been Kris Russell fan

Peter Chiarelli says moving Nail Yakupov’s $2.5 million salary to St. Louis wasn’t the impetus to free up money to sign defenceman Kris Russell.

“It didn’t have anything to do with the cap. 319 more words

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