With our trip down to Bellevue this past weekend, the husband and I didn't do our weekly grocery shopping last week. As it's now Thursday, there is a dearth of food in our house. However, one important thing that we had to buy while in the States was a lot of cereal. Three boxes of it. First, we had to get Fruity Pebbles, then there were Cocoa Pebbles, and finally the best, Cookie Crisp. So twice already this week, my dinner has been Cookie Crisp. So if my brain isn't functioning as well as normally, it's possibly because I've been eating way more sugar than usual. But they sure are yummy.
You'll find this morning's Leaf Links below the jump, to go with your own selection of breakfast cereal.
Tomas Kaberle Trade Ideas For Brian Burke To Ponder
The Hockeycentric team takes a look at a few trade scenerioes Burke could consider in regards to Tomas Kaberle.
Meeting Brian Burke: Hope for Haiti at the Kings Game
jrwendelman regales us with his recent encounter with Brian Burke.
Leafs' Mayers requests trade
Mirtle has coverage on the news about Mayers yesterday.
Pony, not Stajan, one to trade for
The Hockey News believes that Poni would be a better deadline acquisition for a team than Stajan. He wonders what role, exactly, Stajan would be suited for on a contending team.
The Poni Debate
MLHS makes the case for keeping Poni. Yay or nay?
Sorting Through The Trade Talk
MLHS also compiles some of the trade talk surrounding the Leafs as we approach the Olympics.
Things I Never Want To Hear Again
Pamplemousse reviews some things that happened to the Leafs that he'd like to forget. He has vidoes so that you can see for yourself.
Howard Berger’s flip flops…
Hockey Analysis.com reviews some of the things Berger has written and comes to the same conclusion as the rest of us: Berger doesn't have a clue what he's talking about.
Six Canadian teams in action on CBC's Hockey Day In Canada
The NHL would like you to know that the CBC will spend Saturdayday broadcasting from Stratford, Ont., as the network celebrates all things hockey in the game's home country.