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Leafs lose to Canucks 5-3

Toronto Star Photojournalist Lucas Oleniuk covered the Leafs and Canucks at the ACC on Nov. 13, 2010. Despite a decent effort, the Leafs lost yet again.


Fredrik Sjostrom celebrated his first goal of the season early in the first period after beating Vancouver's Roberto Luongo.
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Toronto's Nazem Kadri battled for the puck in the first period.
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Vancouver's Daniel Sedin slid one past Toronto's Jean-Sebastien Giguere in the first period.
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Vancouver's Tanner Glass fought Toronto's Mike Brown in the second period. 
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Jean-Sebastien Giguere made a stop from the point and gave up the rebound to Vancouver's Daniel Sedin who scored the Canuck's first goal of the night.
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Vancouver goalie Roberto Luongo made a late third period save on Clarke MacArthur to seal the victory over the Leafs.
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Jean-Sebatien Giguere fished the puck out of his net after Vancouver's Mason Raymond score the game winning goal in the third period.
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I think leafs should loose games as much as they can...so we will qualify for #1 draft pics for the next season, this SUCKS BIG TIME!!!

Hard to believe but Burke is getting paid 3 million a year to assemble the losing cast of characters called the Maple Leafs. Burke's got to be the most over paid under achieving sack of $hit in hog town. But I do find it amusing watching Burke slide ever so close to having a cardiac arresting while watching his Leafs play. Note to Leaf personal, better have some dude with paddles and garbage can next to Burke before he suffers a massive heart a tack, or his head explodes.

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