Sunday, September 04, 2005


Berger Fix On Steve Thomas


The Fan-590 Radio, Toronto

TORONTO (September 4) – As Steve Thomas continues to skate with the Maple Leafs in their pre-training camp workouts, questions abound as to whether he’ll be re-signed by the hockey club at the age of 42.

Public sentiment appears to be on his side, and that’s understandable. For more than 20 years now, Thomas has been one of the finest people in the game, to go along with a borderline Hall of Fame career of 421 goals. Twice previously – from 1985-87 and 1998-2001 – he’s played well for the Maple Leafs, recording seasons of 20, 35, 28 and 26 markers, and throughout his career, “Stumpy” has been among the great clutch scorers in overtime games… regular season and playoffs. Though he hasn’t stated so, publicly, it seems a given that he would sign with the Leafs for close to the NHL minimum ($450,000 U.S.), and his desire to continue playing is genuine.

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