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Leaf Phenom Auston Matthews Really Impressed Social Media

The Leafs lost, but he was still pretty amazing. The Toronto Maple Leafs were the worst team in the NHL last year, and fans were mostly okay with the result. The Leafs have been mostly bad or mediocre-but-not-good-enough for a decade now, and getting worse and stockpiling young talent was widely accepted as the best way to eventually improve. By virtue of finishing with […] The post Leaf Phenom Auston Matthews Really Impressed Social Media appeared first on Torontoist.
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