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TORONTO ON - AUGUST 18:  The NHL tests a wider blue line during an on-ice session at the 2010 NHL Research Development and Orientation Camp fueled by G Series on August 18 2010 in Toronto Canada.  (Photo by Matthew Manor/Getty Images)
TORONTO ON - AUGUST 18: The NHL tests a wider blue line during an on-ice session at the 2010 NHL Research Development and Orientation Camp fueled by G Series on August 18 2010 in Toronto Canada. (Photo by Matthew Manor/Getty Images)
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We're just days away from the most boring hockey month of the year! So close!

That said, Vintage Leaf Memories is musing about some less common discussions. Today's post covers individual awards. When was the last time a Leaf won one? Is any current Leaf capable of winning one?

When it comes to individual awards, I recall that Gilmour won the Selke in the early '90s, but I think we have to go all the way back to the 1965-’66 season to come up with a Leaf who won a major NHL award.

That season, Brit Selby was named rookie of the year.

VLM also discusses the end of year All-Star teams and asks if any current Leafs is good enough to win a major individual award. Worth a read.

Mike Brown started his Movember prep really, really early

Puck Daddy on the bearded one.

5 reasons why the Panthers should trade for Luongo

#6: watching Leaf fans flip their shit on twitter. A solid post from Litter Box Cats.