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I'm a sports-a-holic. I've been in the casino industry for the past four years as a dual rate table games supervisor. Prior to this I spent ten years in radio as a sports reporter. I have also written for several local news publications. I am currently residing in Orillia.
Thanks for the pick!
Thanks for your Pick of the Day vote on my article this morning.
Hey Dino—Dave Mo here, a Bleacher Report Community Coordinator.
I've been spending time on our Leafs page and read a couple of your old articles. Really on-point analysis...you do good work.
Given that you haven't written in a while, I thought I'd check in and see if you're interested in picking up your coverage again. What do you say?
If not, it would be great if you could give me some feedback on why you decided to stop writing and what we could have done to better serve you. If you wouldn't mind, please shoot me a line at email@example.com with any thoughts.
Thanks so much,
So I've noticed! heh heh! Hope you enjoyed the article.
Dino ... that wasn't my original headline. I've since changed it back.
Yeah, I wrote that just to clear up the Mitchell had been with the Giants.
I'm sorry about that, it was a quick edit and I probably wasn't paying attention. Sorry again.
Hey man...i didn't want to post this on the article, but on your "comeback" piece it's Pascal...not patrick..just a heads up.
By no means do I think Tucker is done. I think he's been playing hurt a lot of this year and by no means is letting that be an excuse—which would explain his cold play this season. I think he brings more than a powerplay scorer to a team though, because even without the puck he runs around, tires the other team out, hits, gets into heavy traffic on the boards, and a lot of other things well. Is he a first line player? Not anymore (I think he could have moved to the first line with Sundin for an extended stay a few times in the past two or three years) and perhaps he's no more than an exceptional third line agitator or a second line shooter (he'll become a second line scorer once his shots start finding the back of the net—the same thing's been happening with Blake this year). But no, he's not done, and I think if the Leafs want they can get something for him. I would prefer to see draft picks come back because I don't know how many resources can fetch bona-fide top line talent (under the age of 35) on this team, and we've got plenty of young defensemen (Carlo, Stral, Kronwall, Harrison, White, and even the Woz) and third liners, so I'd like to take chances with a boat load of draft picks this year.