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With a brand new goalie on board and the NHL Draft just days away, its a busy time of year for Toronto Maple Leafs general manag

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With a brand new goalie on board and the NHL Draft just days away, its a busy time of year for Toronto Maple Leafs general manager Dave Nonis. Vapormax Boty Cz . Speaking to Dave Naylor on TSN Drive on TSN Radio 1050 on Tuesday afternoon, Nonis reflected on how goalie Jonathan Bernier will fit into the Leafs plans going forward. "From our standpoint, it was the excitement about bringing in another top young goaltender into the organization and have Jonathan and James (Reimer) together," explained Nonis. "I think it gives us probably, in my opinion, one of the top two punches of potential in the National Hockey League." Nonis was asked if he believed that a possible battle for playing time between Bernier and Reimer could cause some tension for the club. "Well I think thats always a risk at any position. Its a situation where we feel we have two guys with great potential and great character and theres no reason why they cant both compete hard for that job and push as hard as they can to keep control of the net," said Nonis. So how did Reimer take the news that Bernier was joining the club? "(He was) professional. I think he was a little bit...I wouldnt say shocked but surprised that we brought a similar player in. I think he was thinking we would have more of an established older guy join him. "(But) if you look at the goaltenders that are available right now there wasnt a good fit for us. James understands that. He doesnt expect to come in here and have anything given to him. He wants to come in here and keep the net himself and thats what we expect out of him." While Nonis admits that no player in untouchable, he says the club has no plans to move Reimer at this point. "When we (made this trade), the thinking was you would have both (Bernier and Reimer) here at training camp and battling it out for the opening night starting position. Nonis and Naylor also discussed other parts of the team that the general manager would like to improve upon. "Down the middle is what championship teams are built with and watching the final four teams and the final two gives you a pretty good example of what you need to follow," explained Nonis. "If we can strengthen our centre position and continue to add some guys on the back end we would do it. "Really, that hasnt changed (for us), and most other teams are looking at the same things, so those are the hardest positions to find. Nonis discussed the changing dynamic of making moves in the first off-season of the new Collective Bargaining Agreement. "There are more people now than usual that are looking to do a deal, but because the (salary) cap is going down its more difficult to complete one. There are going to be a lot of options, but most teams have limited cap space. It will be a moving target between now and the start of free agency." Nonis also addressed the clubs wish to attempt to keep potential unrestricted free agent Tyler Bozak. "Its a function of making (Bozak) fit within a falling cap, and we have a little bit of time left to do that. Were going to see if we can get him signed by July 5th, but if we cant were going to have to re-allocate those dollars and try to find another solution," said Nonis. Vapormax Flyknit Pánská . A broadcast source said the deal is for five years. The agreement calls for a minimum of 17 regular-season games as well as the East and West Division finals being broadcast annually on ESPN, ESPN2 or ESPNEWS. Vapormax Sleva .J. -- The NHL reduced its penalty against the New Jersey Devils on Thursday for signing Ilya Kovalchuk in 2010. http://www.vapormaxlevne.cz/ .B. -- Canadas Rachel Homan had ideal preparation for the playoffs at the Ford World Curling Championships with a pair of hard-fought wins over tenacious opponents Thursday.Columbus, OH (SportsNetwork.com) - Team Foligno was victorious in the skills challenge relay as it won two of the events three available points at Saturdays NHL All- Star Skills Competition. In the skills challenge relay, the two teams participated in relays consisting of one-timers, passing, puck control, stickhandling and goaltender goals. Each team won a relay as Team Foligno finished the first with a time of 1:37.979 and Team Toews boasted a time of 1:38.789 to win the second. Team Foligno was awarded a bonus point for the fastest time to win the event. Patrick Kane was the quickest to destroy the four targets as he earned Team Foligno an extra point with a time of 13.529 seconds in the accuracy challenge. After Ryan Getzlaf won the first matchup for Team Toews, Foligno, Radim Vrbata and Kane were each quicker than their opponent to give Team Foligno a commanding 10-1 advantage. Ryan Johansen already had the support of the crowd in Nationwide Arena on his side, but the Columbus forward also won over fans at home to win the Twitter vote with three creative breakaway moves to give Team Foligno a 6-0 lead. In his first attempt, Johansen took off his Blue Jackets jersey to reveal a red Ohio State footballl jersey and proceeded to kick the puck between his skates, cut back in front of the net and fire a shot into the net. Vapormax Plus Pánská. . During the second round, he grabbed a child from the crowd and helped him fire a shot past goaltender Corey Crawford and finished off the event by reenacting the famous Flying V formation from the Mighty Ducks movies. Capitals forward Alex Ovechkin, Blues rookie Vladimir Tarasenko, Flyers captain Claude Giroux, Philadelphia forward and NHL points leader Jakub Voracek and Flames rookie phenom Johnny Gaudreau also took part in the event. Team Foligno jumped out to an early lead after taking all five points in the fastest skater competition. Jonathan Drouin, who was selected third overall by Tampa Bay in the 2013 NHL Draft, recorded the fastest time with 13.103. Torontos Phil Kessel, Montreals Jiri Sekac and Buffalos Zemgus Girgensons also won their relay as Team Foligno took a 5-0 lead to start the night. New Yorks Carl Hagelin was the previous winner in 2012 with a time of 12.993. Due to the lockout-shortened season in 2013 and the 2014 Winter Olympics, the last All-Star game took place in 2012 at Scotiabank Place in Ottawa, where in 2012, Team Alfredsson beat Team Chara, 21-12. ' ' '

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