Toronto Maple Leafs: Luke Schenn Isn’t Going Anywhere, All Is Well

August 17th, 2010 by Cale Loney Leave a reply »
Welcome to this week's edition of Bleeding Blue and White.

In case you were stranded on a desert island this past weekend, Tomas Kaberle is still a Toronto Maple Leaf. While many in Leafs Nation found this to be a dreadful, gut-wrenching surprise, I always understood that Kaberle would most likely remain a Leaf (If you don't believe me, read my past columns).

To my surprise, on Monday morning it appeared as if Kaberle had sent a series of events leading to the destruction of the Toronto Maple Leafs. Kaberle started the downward spiral by not going out and seeking his own trades to get Leafs Nation the biggest return possible (See Bobby Ryan).

The constant need to have someone on the headman's block is a very big problem for Leafs Nation. The two newest heads on the block being Luke Schenn and Francois Beauchemin. Schenn is a very promising young defenceman, while Beauchemin is a veteran presence who's trade value is at its worst after an off year.

Not exactly two pieces of the puzzle you want on the market.

In a recent Steve Simmons article in the Toronto Sun, Burke has some very good reasons for Leafs fans to be optimist ...

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