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As faces go, you’d take Dave Hakstol’s, which is why it’s strange that his face is such an abundant source of criticism for the Flyers coach. He doesn’t do any of these things during a game, and he doesn’t do any of them while answering questions from the media after a game. When he is behind the bench, his face is a mask most of the time: emotionless, implacable, his mouth a tiny straight line.It’s not what’s on Hakstol’s face that is the problem. If it is unfair and incorrect to say that Hakstol is universally disliked among Flyers fans, it’s just as wrong to suggest that he is beloved.Longtime NHL general manager Lou Lamoriello will not return to the post with the Leafs next season, the team announced in a news release."Three years ago, Lou and I agreed on a contract that would see him serve as general manager of the Maple Leafs for three years and then transition to senior adviser for the following four years," team president Brendan Shanahan said in a statement."I will now focus all of my attention towards making a decision regarding our next general manager."Shanahan said he doesn't have a timeline for filling the GM position."I haven't begun that process and that's why nobody has been named," Shanahan said."My focus was on Lou and making a decision, taking a little bit of time right after the season ended to really reflect on that.
Mike Sielski is a sports columnist for the Inquirer and Daily News.
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Team president Brendan Shanahan says he will shift all of his focus towards deciding on the 75-year-old Lamoriello's successor.
While changes on the ice are expected with the Toronto Maple Leafs for next season, a key front-office move was made Monday.