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FTB: Maple Leafs quiet summer continues but our Top 25 is getting louder

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Today we reveal number 23 on our Top 25 Under 25. Who will it be?

Perhaps someone in this photo?
Christian Bonin/TSGphoto.com

Our Maple Leafs Top 25 Under 25 rolls on today with number 23.

In case you missed it, we revealed yesterday that Garret Sparks was ranked at number 24.

Also yesterday, Kevin Papetti took a look at Patrick Marleau and how he will fit in with the team.

Matthews can be even better for Maple Leafs, says Babcock - NHL
Coach believes there's room for center to improve after 40-goal rookie season.

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The Leafs aren’t the only team having a quiet summer. Matt Duchene is still a member of the Avalanche and everyone is wondering why Joe Sakic hasn’t been able to move him.

The Avalanche were by far the NHL’s worst team, and they haven’t done much about it - SBNation.com
Is there enough urgency in Colorado after a disastrous season?

You would think someone would pick him up at least for his magical offside goal scoring abilities.

Letter to My Younger Self - Mike Bossy (Players Tribune)
Dear 14-year-old Mike, I write to you today as a 60-year-old man, and I have some news from the future that you probably aren’t going to believe.

Granlund, Minnesota Wild agree to 3-year, $17.5 million deal - Hockey Wilderness
Mikael Granlund cashes in on his breakout season and avoids arbitration.

A look back on the acting career of Eric Lindros - Broad Street Hockey
The ‘90s were a weird time, man.

Hurricanes sign Pesce to six-year, $24 million contract extension - Canes Country
Another long-term piece of the Hurricanes’ puzzle is signed. Brett Pesce is on contract through 2024.