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2 key members of the Maple Leafs didn't address media after loss

Published May 5, 2024 at 10:36
BY SAM
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When you're on a team like the Toronto Maple Leafs media scrutiny is part of the territory. It can be a drawback to many but it's something that every player that wears the maple leaf has content with what's not smart is when the Maple leafs lose game seven of their first round series to the Boston Bruins and two star players are nowhere to be found after the game.

According to an insider on Twitter, both Morgan, Riley and Mitch Marner were not present and did not take any questions from the media after the game. For two players who were at the centre of the last goal against to not take any questions or speak to the media is not the right look.

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Not only are Rielly and Marner two of your star players, they're also a major part of your leadership group both wearing letters, but not talk to the media after a game seven it's not a good luck for the leaves and it's not a good look for Marner and Rielly.


This is why fans and the media are fed up with this group of players. They never take responsibility and they never own up to their actions when they are at fault. It's been a tired act for some now everybody's going to be calling for a change.
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