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Toronto Maple Leafs News & Notes: November 6, 2013

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The Toronto Raptors lost to the defending NBA Champion Miami Heat by a score of 104-95 at the Air Canada Centre last night. The LeBron James vs. Rudy Gay matchup was hyped to no end before the game, and unsurprisingly, Gay lost. He shot only 3-for-10 from the field for 13 points, while James went 13-for-20 for 35 points. Dwyane Wade added 20 points for a Heat team that still managed to win this one comfortably without Chris Bosh in the lineup.

So when does Rudy Gay get traded? It’s gonna happen sometime this season, right?

Wait, what were we talking about again?

Mirtle: Are these Maple Leafs better than last year’s team?

It’s obviously still very early in the season, but the Leafs’ issues from last season are recurring. From James Mirtle of The Globe and Mail.

Maple Leafs: Lupul lines up for shot at No. 1 centre’s job

Who needs centres, anyway? In fact, let’s just do away with positions altogether. Just line up three wingers and let them run rampant. From Kevin McGran of the Toronto Star.

David Clarkson: Money Well Spent or Waste of Money?

I don’t think David Clarkson has played poorly at all, but I don’t think he’s ever going to live up to that contract. From Robin Clark of Tip of the Tower.

Bruins Refuse to Slander Seguin

Rec’d. From Chemmy of Pension Plan Puppets.

Leaf Report Podcast

The latest from Jonas Siegel and James Mirtle.

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