The big news is the Maple Leafs have a settlement on a fixed number with term! Tyson Barrie has repertoedly chosen his number. That’s probably not the one you wanted to hear about but it’s still pretty neat. He’s going to use the number last worn by Sergei Berezin.
Looks like Tyson Barrie will be rocking #94 next season. Sergei Berezin wore the number from 97-01 👀 pic.twitter.com/f0as1XZ0UV— Yahoo Sports Canada (@YahooCASports) July 22, 2019
Now, Mitchell, if Barrie can work with the Leafs to pick a number, why can’t you?
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In a U20 friendly today, FIN beat SUI 8-1. CAR prospect Puistola scored twice, TOR prospect Kokkonen with 3 points.— Corey Pronman (@coreypronman) July 22, 2019
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