Leafs GM Brian Burke Joins The Twitter Craze!
Total Pro Sports – First it was Shaquille O’Neal, then teammate Steve Nash, Lance Armstrong, Alex Ovechkin and now Brian Burke the Toronto Maple Leafs General Manager has joined the Twitter craze. From celebrities to students, Twitter is gaining recognition for a place where everyone can voice their opinion and promote articles from their blogs. We also have own Total Pro Sports Twitter page, so be sure to follow us for updates.
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Tonight former Maple Leafs Mats Sundin and the Vancouver Canucks were in town. We couldn’t wait to check Brian Burke’s Twitter page for updates. Trust me he is as brutally honest on Twitter as he is in interviews. This is some of the things he had to say today,
Feb 20, 11:38 am, Can’t believe how Vancouver fans have embraced Mats Sundin. As if Toronto fans would ever welcome some ex-Canuck reject as their saviour.
Feb 20, 4:11 pm, @BryanMurray: Next time you want to trade a first round pick for a bag of crap, give me a call. I have several bags available.
Feb 20, 7:00 pm, Just saw Sundin at the Toronto airport, waiting in line for the shuttle bus. Guess he doesn’t believe in rentals.
Feb 21, 2:00 pm, Just ran into Kyle Wellwood arriving at the ACC. He seemed kind of depressed. Told him to keep his chins up.
Feb 21, 8:00pm They’re not booing. They’re saying “October through Juuuuuuuuuunnne”.
The best Twitter came on February 1st,
After the game, the Pens called and offered Crosby and Malkin for Schenn. Told them to call back when they were willing to offer fair value.
It seems a little weird that Brian Burke would publish some of these thoughts open for the world to see, but then again you are talking about Brian Burke so anything is expected.