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Defenseman Jake Gardiner has signed a five-year contract with the Toronto Maple Leafs, the team announced Tuesday.


Financial terms were not disclosed, but it is worth $20.25 million (an average annual value of $4.05 million), according to multiple media reports.


Gardiner, a restricted free agent, scored 11 points (two goals, nine assists) in the final 14 games last season to finish with 31 (10 goals, 21 assists) in 80 games. He was second in scoring among Maple Leafs defenseman behind Cody Franson's 33 points and his average ice time of 21:04 was second behind Dion Phaneuf (23:34).

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I don't like this. The Leafs last 4 decisions (Dubas, Booth, Winnik, Gardiner) have all been well thought out, sensible, and forward thinking decisions with great value. They have enough bottom 6 forwards that Orr/McLaren won't need to be on the NHL roster.

I'm scared.

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I don't like this. The Leafs last 4 decisions (Dubas, Booth, Winnik, Gardiner) have all been well thought out, sensible, and forward thinking decisions with great value. They have enough bottom 6 forwards that Orr/McLaren won't need to be on the NHL roster.

I'm scared.

Look at their goalies,,, Bernier and Reimer, and throw in Poof on D,. I'm not scared. :)

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http://www.tsn.ca/nhl/story/?id=459279

Leafs doing something classy????? I'm in shock. :blink:

I love the comments :lol:

"I would love to get my black and white photo signed by the team
Are they going to show the ring ceremony on TV in black & white?
Weak jester for a weak team. Probably be highlight of the year
So what. This team has been living in the past for years. It's all we have.
Do they even know how to do a ring ceremony in Toronto? Wonder if they are gonna do a ring ceremony every year to keep their fans distracted?
I guess it's easy to continue to celebrate your past when your future is as bright as a dead star "
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I love the comments :lol:

"I would love to get my black and white photo signed by the team
Are they going to show the ring ceremony on TV in black & white?
Weak jester for a weak team. Probably be highlight of the year
So what. This team has been living in the past for years. It's all we have.
Do they even know how to do a ring ceremony in Toronto? Wonder if they are gonna do a ring ceremony every year to keep their fans distracted?
I guess it's easy to continue to celebrate your past when your future is as bright as a dead star "

Hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha!

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  • 2 weeks later...

Im sure this is getting blown way out of proportion because its the leafs, but its still awesome:

LEAFS' SPOTT DISCUSSES CHALLENGES WORKING WITH KESSEL

"Spott said Carlyle's attitude was that we're fired before (Kessel is) out of here, the hierarchy doesn't want to deal with Phil," one of the attendees told The Star.

"He scores 30 (goals) a year and that's all they want. (Spott said) Phil hates coaches. He hates Randy. He hates me and I don't even know him yet."

:):):):)

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Further to this:

ESPN The Magazine has released its “Ultimate Standings” for 2014, ranking MLB, NBA, NFL and NHL franchises according to a variety of on- and off-field categories. And the Toronto Maple Leafs ranked dead last at 122.
The overall standings are based on rankings in eight categories: affordability, coaching, fan relations, ownership (honesty and loyalty), players (effort and likability), stadium experience, bang for the buck (wins per fan dollars) and title track (championships won or expected).

The standings frowned on most Canadian NHL teams, actually. Only Montreal landed in the top half of the list. Here are the rest of the seven teams’ rankings:

• Montreal Canadiens — 55

• Calgary Flames — 89

• Ottawa Senators — 92

• Winnipeg Jets — 97

• Vancouver Canucks — 112

• Edmonton Oilers — 115

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