He was the Leafs' leading scorer in the 1963–64, 1966–67 and 1969–70 seasons, and the team's top goal scorer in 1970–71 and 1972–73. Keon was considered one of the fastest skaters in the NHL, and one of the best defensive forwards of his era. He would usually play against the opposing team's top centre, and developed a reputation for neutralizing some of the league's top scorers. In 1970–71, he scored eight shorthanded goals, setting an NHL record.
Those were Pat Quinn's teams. I'm not getting into a JFJ debate because it's pointless and overdone. You want Wilson gone? Sure, go for it. But thinking Burke's head should be too is ridiculous and would set us back.
If you can't see what Burke's doing with this team long-term, you're blind. And when it happens, Wilson won't be the coach anyways.
As I said, I'm fine with Burke's trades. But if he puts his personal relationships above the success of his team, he's not a good GM. Again, deal with it.