Toronto Maple Leafs: Is Brian Burke Leaving Too Much To Chance?

September 16th, 2010 by Eric Warren Leave a reply »
Leafs fans everywhere are for the most part optimistic about the upcoming 2010/2011 season and so they should be, there is over all more depth in the organization than there has been in a great many years.

More to the point, there there is more potentially talented depth in the organization that there has potentially ever been.

With goaltenders like Jonas Gustavsson, Jussi Rynnas, Ben Scrivens, James Reimer and Andrew Engelage, the Leafs future between the pipes is in the very least, promising.

The defensive corps is as stacked as any NHL club's system has ever been and the potential emergence of youngsters Jesse Blacker and recent rookie tournament standout Simon Gysbers just adds to an already impressive stable of youth in Carl Gunnarsson, Luke Schenn, and Keith Aulie.

The forward position may be where the Brian Burke and the Toronto Maple Leafs still have the most work to do.

In what may or may not be the short-term future, fans of the Leafs could see the emergence of one or two pieces to the puzzle in Nazem Kadri and Jerry D'amigo.

Mike Ulmer of recently had this to say about the two most likely can ...

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