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Dave Nonis replaces Brian Burke as Toronto Maple Leafs general manager

The Toronto Maple Leafs have fired general manager Brian Burke.

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Details emerge of internal 'war' at MLSE

The firing of GM Brian Burke is the first of several changes at MLSE, as the new Maple Leaf owners continue to enact change in Toronto.

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Burke out, Nonis in: Press conference highlights

The Toronto Maple Leafs formally announced the firing of Brian Burke as general manager and in the process introduced his replacement, Dave Nonis. Here are the highlights of the press conference.

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Will Nonis go after Luongo again?

Dave Nonis has replaced Brian Burke before, and he's traded for Roberto Luongo before. Will history repeat itself?

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Dave Nonis hired to replace Brian Burke

The Toronto Maple Leafs have named Dave Nonis as the successor to Brian Burke. It is unclear whether it is a temporary or permanent appointment.

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Looking back at Brian Burke's moves

Looking back on some of the more notable moves made by Maple Leafs general manager Brian Burke.

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Burke fired: Why now?

Why did the Toronto Maple Leafs choose now to fire Brian Burke?

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