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Reports: Maple Leafs offering up Dion Phaneuf as trade bait
Reports form Sportsnet say the Maple Leafs are shopping captain Dion Phaneuf to Western Conference teams
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There's word this morning that the Maple Leafs are shopping around team captain Dion Phaneuf.

According to Sportsnet's Nick Kypreos, the possible trade comes on the heels of a two-year extension for coach Randy Carlyle.

That is first big move made by the organization since Brendan Shanahan took over as president after another late-season collapse by the Leafs.

Phaneuf, who has been captain of the Maple Leafs since June 2010,  signed a seven-year, $49 million  contract extension with the team last December.

His extension doesn’t kick in until July 1st.

 

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  1. Brad posted on 05/12/2014 08:16 AM
    You mean trade repellant
  2. ToddJK posted on 05/12/2014 09:56 AM
    Nonis should have been fired just on that contract alone.
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There's word this morning that the Maple Leafs are shopping around team captain Dion Phaneuf.

According to Sportsnet's Nick Kypreos, the possible trade comes on the heels of a two-year extension for coach Randy Carlyle.

That is first big move made by the organization since Brendan Shanahan took over as president after another late-season collapse by the Leafs.

Phaneuf, who has been captain of the Maple Leafs since June 2010,  signed a seven-year, $49 million  contract extension with the team last December.

His extension doesn’t kick in until July 1st.

 

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  1. Brad posted on 05/12/2014 08:16 AM
    You mean trade repellant
  2. ToddJK posted on 05/12/2014 09:56 AM
    Nonis should have been fired just on that contract alone.
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