Leafs Report

TERRY KOSHAN, QMI Agency

, Last Updated: 9:53 AM ET

WHO IS NEXT?

Now that Brian Burke has started to clean house, who could be next to go from the Maple Leafs? Tomas Kaberle? Alexei Ponikarovsky? Lee Stempniak?

Kaberle said there was nothing new on his front, and would have to waive his no-trade clause.

"Nothing has changed on this side," Kaberle said. "I want to remain a Leaf."

Ponikarovsky and Stempniak know they could have a one-way ticket out of Toronto before the NHL trade deadline on March 3.

"It's up to them," Ponikarovsky said. "We will see. I am just another guy who has to play and show them I want to be here. I'm not thinking about it."

Ponikarovsky and Stempniak both will be unrestricted free agents on July 1, so Burke conceivably could get draft picks in return.

"I am not living in fear of a trade," Stempniak said. "But when teams aren't winning, you expect changes. You don't expect something of that magnitude (the two big trades on Sunday)."

LOOSE LEAFS

In Calgary, Ian White is wearing Dion Phaneuf's old No. 3, while Matt Stajan gets No. 18. Niklas Hagman has the No. 11 vacated by Fredrik Sjostrom, while Jamal Mayers has been given No. 19 ... Strange but true: Vesa Toskala was delayed by visa issues, and could not join the Anaheim Ducks for their game in Florida against the Panthers last night. The Ducks recalled former Leafs gaolie of the future, Justin Pogge, to fill the roster spot.


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