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by Paul on 03/02/06 at 11:06 AM ET
Pat Quinn is the defendant. The sentence is that he must go. And who was that prosecution witness who provided such damning evidence? None other than Quinn himself. If you listened to him after Tuesday night's loss to the Washington Capitals, you heard a coach admit his team no longer listens to him. And if that's the case, then the Maple Leafs must have a new man at the helm if they are to make the playoffs. It matters not that Quinn does his job better than most of his players do theirs. This is not the blame game here.more from the Toronto Star,
The Maple Leafs have one week and three games to decide whether they will be a buyer or a seller at the March 9 trade deadline, and in that time they must decide what they are going to do with star defenceman Bryan McCabe. Sources say the Leafs started negotiating with McCabe and Tomas Kaberle earlier this season. The talks with Kaberle resulted in a four-year deal for the Czech defenceman just before the Olympic break. But the Leafs have yet to sign McCabe and there are growing indications McCabe and his agent, Jeff Solomon, are intent on testing the free agent market July 1.read on
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