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Brian Burke

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  1. MLSE boss Tim Leiweke clearly eyeing exit door, despite denials: Arthur

    In an early meeting between Tim Leiweke and the board of Maple Leaf Sports & Entertainment in spring of 2013, the board asked their future CEO who he would like to hire as the general manager of the Toronto Maple Leafs. Brian Burke, Leiweke told them, knowing full well what that meant. He liked Brian Burke. As Burke had recently been fired by the men in the room, it was a bit of an awkward moment. Leiweke has since talked about planning a Leafs parade, so it wasn’t the last. Leiweke’s eventful year has stretched into the summer. On Tuesday, Elliotte Friedman of Sportsnet, a terrific reporter, said Leiweke “will be leaving the company soon.” Soon, as any geologist will tell you, is a relative term. And in an interview Tuesday afternoon, Leiweke denied it as best he could . “I’m committed,” said Leiweke. “I’m looking forward to the end of the season with TFC, and the upcoming season with the Raptors and defending our (Atlantic Division) title, and getting the Leafs back in the playoffs. Anyone who thinks that at the end of the day I’m not going to be here through the duration of those seasons, they’re wrong.” There was no promise of an indefinite timeline; there was just that. Another high-level MLSE source indicated that “soon” encompassed the upcoming season, at ... FULL ARTICLE AT Toronto Star

  2. Gary Bettman, Brian Burke join Ice Bucket Challenge

    NHL commissioner Gary Bettman and Calgary Flames president Brian Burke have joined the popular Ice Bucket Challenge campaign to raise awareness of ALS. FULL ARTICLE AT CBC Canada

  1. If you've paid even the slightest bit of attention in the last two years or so, you're fully aware of the controversy surrounding the Toronto Maple Leafs and ... FULL ARTICLE AT Yahoo! Sports

  2. Calgary Flames head coach Bob Hartley says hello to Mark French, good-bye to Jay Feaster

    Former Flames GM Feaster hired Hartley in 2012. Brian Burke, Flames president of hockey operations, fired Feaster last December and ultimately replaced him with Brad Treliving. FULL ARTICLE AT The Patriot-News

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Brian Thomas Burke (born in Perth, 25 February 1947) was Labor premier of Western Australia from 25 February 1983 until his resignation on 25 February 1988. Burke was imprisoned for seven months in 1994, after being convicted of rorting travel expenses. In following decades, Burke continued to maintain his Labor party contacts and parliamentary influence, using them to further his career as a... Full Article At Wikipedia.org

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