From The Branches

I have been inundated with name suggestions but have not found the right one so think something up for me. The post's title is the best one I have received. Also, if you come across any interesting articles or blog posts or write your own e-mail them to me and I'll try to include them. Anyway, here is today's installment:

  • Mark Zwolinski paints a nice picture of the Leafs' youth movement. Let's give it more than one game before we start putting the franchise saviour tag on Robbie Earl. Besides, it's on Pogge right now anyway.

  • Rick Westhead reports that Bob Lindquist, one of the famed Hounds of Bay Street, is going to audit the finances of the 30 NHL teams. Time to fish out those receipts owners. This will not end well.

  • Greener didn't like Bob Cole's work Saturday night. Welcome to the club.

  • Tim Wharsnby reports on another Emery incident. His $9M+ contract extension looks awesome now.

  • Steve gives some lessons learned from Saturday's game. Number four is the biggest one.

  • The Muppet takes a look at some interesting newspaper clippings.

  • Howard Berger has a source tell him that the next Leafs President and GM will get written autonomy just like Bryan Colangelo. I'll file that under "I'll believe it when I see it". But a guy can dream right?
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