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In Ryan Fancey’s eyes, some found money was to mean the Leafs were going to be an incredibly boring trade deadline team.
In a January 10th article, he made the argument and it was the 10th most read article this year.
Found money makes the Leafs an incredibly boring trade deadline team
Here’s some of what Fancey wrote:
The bottom line is, with the way Toronto has unearthed meaningful depth in their lineup through some found money and an enhanced trust in the Marlies, there’s just nothing they can really do. Get another depth forward? Johnsson is returning from injury, and Mikheyev will too eventually. Then there’s players like Engvall, Timashov, and Marchment who were all added to the mix since the team was initially picked out of camp. Is there really a clear upgrade on those options out there, especially with the way Toronto’s new deployment scheme vacuums up some of the fourth line’s minutes and leans more heavily on the stars at the top of the roster? I don’t really see it.
I would think this …
Author: Zach Laing / The Leafs Nation