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What’s wrong with Nikolai Kulemin?

Nikolai Kulemin

Over the past few season, Nikolai Kulemin has been among the most consistent Leafs forwards. But through 28 games of the 2011-12 campaign, he’s been among their most disappointing.

Kulemin was held pointless in the Leafs’ 3-2 loss to the New Jersey Devils on Dec. 6, extending his goalless drought to a career-high 20 games. After showing steady improvement over his first two seasons in the league, Kulemin’s production has dropped off the map. Why?
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Well, this is pretty genius

Bruce Boudreau meets The Mighty Ducks. Highly enjoyable. Some bleeped language.

(Benstonium via Puck Daddy)

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Heart, soul and history: Farewell to Maple Leaf Gardens

The thing about dealing with death is that sometimes, it’s easier to handle if it comes suddenly.

You might not get a chance to say all your proper goodbyes, but at least you’re spared the process of watching a loved one wither away before your eyes.

Perhaps a sudden death would have made what is going on in Toronto right now easier to deal with: After ten years in bureaucratic purgatory, Maple Leaf Gardens is set to be redeveloped.

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