Hey, you know when you start doing something and then stop and come back to it and think you're done but you really aren't and then you pretend that you intended to do a second part all along? Yeah, me neither. So without further ado, some more Leafs plying their wares elsewhere. Let's start with the most recent exiles from Leafs Nation:
|2008 - Alexander Steen||10||1||3||4||-2||2||1||0||0||0||19||5.3|
Those are Steener's numbers as a Blue so far this season. Do the Leafs miss that kind of production? Not really. Do the fans miss having his potential to talk about? I do a little. I had (have?) high hopes for Steen but they never gelled once he wasn't given the opportunity needed to exploit the full range of his abilities. Then again, the PK is doing great now...
|2008 - Carlo Colaiacovo||10||1||4||5||-3||6||0||0||0||0||16||6.3|
These are also the St. Louis statistics. The uptick in production is a function of Carlo getting powerplay time on the top unit. These two will probably be missed the most out of this entire group.
See the rest after the jump!
|2008 - Andrew Raycroft||5||240||3||1||0||0||14||3.50||87||73||.839||0|
Don't those three wins just make your blood boil? Can Penaltyshots see these stats? Does this look like they are better than Toskala's? Anyway, he is slated to play against the Red Wings so look forward to the next installment of the Raycrap Report some time tomorrow as Eyebeleaf tears apart the only Leaf player he has ever hated.
|2008 - Darcy Tucker||20||4||3||7||-4||21||1||0||1||1||29||13.8|
Look at the intensity in that face! That's the kind of intensity that got Tucker a big contract with the Leaf and it's lack is what got Tucker bought out. Injuries played a big part in sapping some of that intensity as well and the problems have continued this year. I am sure that we're all looking forward to the Leafs game against the Avalanche to see these two former buds in action.
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HAHAHA you have to wonder what John Davidson was thinking when he decided to pick up Andy Wozniewski. If he had just asked any semi-coherent Leafs fan about Wozniewski he might have seen how happy we were to let him go.
|2008 - Mark Bell||25||3||9||12||-6||20||N/A||N/A||N/A||N/A||N/A||N/A|
So much for coming into camp ready to take advantage of his new lease on life. I guess Ron Wilson just has too long of a memory. Well, he'll be off the books this July 1 and we can finally put this JFJ error behind us. Until the picks he gave up get inducted into the Hall of Fame.
|2008 - Boyd Devereaux||24||5||2||7||-7||10||N/A||N/A||N/A||N/A||N/A||N/A|
Devereaux fell victim to having an identical clone on the roster that scores more points. I am sure at some point he'll go after Dominic Moore for stealing his life but until then he's been providing veteran leadership on the Marlies.
I'll have Edition Three on Wednesday probably.