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03-08-2013, 11:47 AM
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Originally Posted by Mess View Post
The 2012-13 Leafs are certainly assembled with the likes of Colton Orr, Mark Fraser and Fraser McLaren to better compete against the usually intimating Bruins much more than ever before.

As a Leaf fan it was embarrassing watching the soft small Lombardi, Connolly, Liles players of the past get manhandled and the team dominated physically as well as on the score sheet.

A healthy Lupul and Frattin would fuel an ever greater offensive attack as well, and the emergence of Kadri helps strengthen the offense further as he is carrying the team on many nights now as its youngest player.

Leafs are beginning to give the Bruins all they can handle and gap has been narrowed significantly by the new image, and system under Carlyle.
Line ups last night with TOI.

I really think Lupul and Frattin would have brought enough to even out the talent level. It would have taken some pressure off Kessel at the same time.

38Frazer McLarenTORL29-Oct-87256:36
20David SteckelTORCMarch 15, 1982308:24
28Colton OrrTORRMarch 3, 1982318:25
41Nikolai KuleminTORLJuly 14, 19862614:09
55Korbinian HolzerTORDFebruary 16, 19882515:04
47Leo KomarovTORCJanuary 23, 19872615:05
45Mark FraserTORDSeptember 29, 19862615:57
84Mikhail GrabovskiTORCJanuary 31, 19842915:57
16Clarke MacArthurTORLApril 6, 19852716:09
11Jay McClementTORCMarch 2, 19833017:10
42Tyler BozakTORCMarch 19, 19862617:36
43Nazem KadriTORCOctober 6, 19902217:36
81Phil KesselTORROctober 2, 19872517:42
21James van RiemsdykTORLMay 4, 19892318:14
53Michael KostkaTORDNovember 28, 19852719:43
4Cody FransonTORDAugust 8, 19872520:45
36Carl GunnarssonTORDNovember 9, 19862623:37
3Dion PhaneufTORDApril 10, 19852725:10:00

22Shawn ThorntonBOSL23-Jul-77357:04
20Daniel PailleBOSL15-Apr-84289:18
29Jay PandolfoBOSL27-Dec-743811:42
11Gregory CampbellBOSC17-Dec-832912:56
54Adam McQuaidBOSD12-Oct-862615:41
49Rich PeverleyBOSC8-Jul-823015:52
63Brad MarchandBOSL11-May-882416:12
23Chris KellyBOSC11-Nov-803216:30
17Milan LucicBOSL7-Jun-882416:54
19Tyler SeguinBOSC31-Jan-922116:59
21Andrew FerenceBOSD17-Mar-793317:21
27Dougie HamiltonBOSD17-Jun-931917:48
37Patrice BergeronBOSC24-Jul-852717:56
18Nathan HortonBOSR29-May-852718:01
46David KrejciBOSC28-Apr-862618:09
55Johnny BoychukBOSD19-Jan-842918:09
44Dennis SeidenbergBOSD18-Jul-813121:26
33Zdeno CharaBOSD18-Mar-773524:02:00


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