After another season-ending collapse and a relatively quiet off-season, the Toronto Maple Leafs continue to crush their own fans’ hopes.
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Lukas, a student at the University of Ottawa, covers the Toronto Maple Leafs on a part-time basis for The Hockey Writers. Contact Lukas at firstname.lastname@example.org or follow him on Twitter, @LukasHardonk.
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