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What the Leafs, Caps and Jets teams could do at the Trade Deadline

Toronto Maple Leafs: The Leafs are in the market for a center and possibly a defensemen. It’s possible they won’t have to add on defense if Jake Gardiner proves he can stick around this time and make a difference. But the Leafs definitely are thin at center and could use help there, especially if they want to get back to the Stanley Cup Playoffs for the first time since 2004. One name being floated in Toronto is Mike Ribeiro, but it’s not clear what the Washington Capitals want to do with him. He is due to become an unrestricted free agent in July.

Are you surprised that Mike Komisarek cleared waivers with all of the teams looking for help on D.

Komisarek
Are you surprised that Mike Komisarek cleared waivers with all of the teams looking for help on D.

Another Luongo to the Leafs rumor

 

Which player do you think the Leafs should go after?

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Who do you think the Leafs should go after?

The Maple Leafs have placed Mike Komisarek on waivers.

The Toronto Maple Leafs have placed Mike Komisarek on waivers.

Nonis on trade deadline: “We’re going to be in the mix”

 

Maple Leafs’ Mikhail Grabovski in coach Randy Carlyle’s doghouse

For Randy Carlyle, the problems facing Mikhail Grabovski can’t be measured in numbers.

The struggling Maple Leafs centre found himself on the third line on Monday at practice, and though that could change before the Leafs entertain the Tampa Bay Lightning on Wednesday, it’s clear that Grabovski has some work to do to unleash himself from Carlyle’s doghouse.

And the quickest way for Grabovski to do that? Start putting forth a better effort.

Leafs interested in Ribero?

 

Corey Perry’s name is the name that has surfaced on talk surrounding the Leafs with regards to trade or off-season moves.

But another name making the rounds around the Leafs is Mike Ribeiro, a top-six centre.

Toronto Maple Leafs: Three things they can do to turn it around

Here’s a look at three ways they can break their slump and bolster their drive for a playoff berth:

Goaltending

Give James Reimer the task of leading the team over the remainder of the schedule.

Both Reimer and Ben Scrivens have improved this season. But the season is now at a desperate stage, and every team in the Eastern Conference seems to have elevated its game.

Time to trade?

Corey Perry’s name is the name that has surfaced on talk surrounding the Leafs with regards to trade or off-season moves.

But another name making the rounds around the Leafs is Mike Ribeiro, a top-six centre.

The Leafs are said to be interested in adding a centre and a top-four defenceman.

No more excuses

Toronto will be hard-pressed to hang onto a playoff berth if it allows defensive coverage lapses to continue.

They must prevent disasters like that four-goal second period Saturday night against Winnipeg. Good teams, playoff teams, manage those blips down to a goal or two at most. Toronto has to start looking like a playoff team defensively; it certainly has the offensive weapons to make a serious post-season bid.

http://www.thestar.com/sports/leafs/2013/03/17/toronto_maple_leafs_three_things_they_can_do_to_turn_it_around.html

Leafs still in market for D upgrade and a big 2nd\3rd line centre

 

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