I'm cautiously optimistic about Burke's era beginning in Toronto. I will say this: He said all the right things in his press conference, about rebuilding, about team toughness (which we have lacked since the Quinn days ended), and I hope he is true to his word. This is the first time in a LONG time that we have had a recent Cup winner at the helm, and one who has been given full autonomy over the team, and that is a great thing. It's my understanding that he'll be going after Bouwmeester in the new year, so we may see another Toronto/ Florida trade soon enough. Also, he is bringing in Dave Nonis, who was the Vancouver GM that stole Luongo from you guys a couple of years ago. On another note, I'm happy to see McCabe is working out well for your team, I was hoping a change of scenery would turn things around for him.