TLN Top Twenty Prospects: #3 Josh Leivo

Jeff Veillette
September 11 2014 02:05PM

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He's a little over six feet tall. He's pretty imposing as he streaks down the left wing. There's a heavy shot that could come off that right handed stick. He's a good canadian boy, with a jersey number in the teens, and he wears the blue and white with pride. He joined the Leafs organization in 2011, and as time moves forward, this brown hair, blue eyed, slightly tan man just gets more and more popular. 

Despite the mutual initials, Josh Leivo isn't Joffrey Lupul. But can he be?

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Next TLN Blogger: Round Two

Justin Fisher
September 11 2014 11:24AM

Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls... Welcome to Round Two of the Next TLN Blogger contest. You already know who our five finalists are, but today you'll get to see some of their writing first hand. 

Be aware that we've packed five articles into this one post - it's a beast - so go do a few stretches and grab a water bottle before you begin. And do not forget to comment on who's work you like at the bottom!

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BREAKING: Blogger Hired For Thing

Steve Dangle
September 10 2014 08:03PM

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Believe me. I'm just as surprised as you are.

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Do you even lift?

Ryan Fancey
September 10 2014 12:49PM

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No? Well maybe a better question is, do you even need to?

I was listening to TSN Radio earlier this morning, and the topic of Phil Kessel's apparent lack of marathon running and ab crunches popped up. The guest was former Leaf and noted machine, Gary Roberts. 

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TLN Top Twenty Prospects: #4 Stuart Percy

Jeff Veillette
September 10 2014 10:03AM

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Stuart Percy's Instagram bio is only three worlds long - "Secretly Kenny Wu". There's another reason altogether that he's comparing himself to the figure-skater turned sniper from D2: The Mighty Ducks, but let's get one thing out of the way - the two are in no way similar at play hockey. Wu is small and quite literally jumps out at you with his skating ability. Percy is remarkably average sized and doesn't jump out at you at all.

But as crazy as it sounds, that's what makes him good.

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