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    Maple Leafs hire Francois Allaire as new goaltending consultant

    The Canadian Press

    TORONTO - The Toronto Maples Leafs hired Francois Allaire as the team's newest goaltending consultant, the club announced Wednesday.

    Maple Leafs president and general manager Brian Burke plucked Allaire from his former club the Anaheim Ducks, where Allaire worked the past 13 seasons as goaltending consultant, which included the 2007 Stanley Cup championship team.

    http://www.thehockeynews.com/article...onsultant.html

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    I guess he not going to help Pogge become the next big thing in Toronto!!

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    I guess he not going to help Pogge become the next big thing in Toronto!!

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    lol no probably not...but whoever he gets to help will be in good hands.

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    You can get Francois Allaire to put lipstick on a sieve, but it's still a sieve.
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    Quote Originally Posted by doniceage View Post
    I guess he not going to help Pogge become the next big thing in Toronto!!

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    Nope, unfortunately he's looking like our next big loss.
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    i am not really a fan of his. he is a great, great, great goaltending coach but he teaches and preaches the butterfly. yes i will admit that it is the best style but i think brodeur and luongo are the best two goalie in the NHL and both play a hybrid style.

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