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by Paul on 01/31/10 at 07:53 PM ET
from Mark Whicker of Ducks Blog,
“It worked out differently from the way I thought it would,” Giguere said. “He is obviously the one they wanted. I’m 32 years old and I still have a lot of hockey left, I think. Toronto has made a lot of changes just today, so it will be exciting.”
Giguere will partner with Jonas Gustafsson, whom the Leafs signed as a free agent before this season.
One of the reasons Giguere wanted a no-trade clause in Anaheim was the eye condition of his son Max, who was born just before the 2007 playoffs. Max had a defective right eye and wasn’t guaranteed he’d have vision in his left. Giguere wanted to make sure his son could continue to see the same UCLA doctors.
“Max is doing great,” Giguere said Sunday. “I’m sure he can get very good care in Toronto, but he’s only a short flight away (from L.A.) if he needs something.”
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