Raising Stock: Buying Low, Selling High at Maple Leafs Training Camp

Derek HarmsworthSenior Writer ISeptember 1, 2009

NEWARK, NJ - APRIL 07: Christian Hanson #20 of the Toronto Maple Leafs skates against the New Jersey Devils on April 7, 2009 at the Prudential Center in Newark, New Jersey. The Maple Leafs defeated the Devils 4-1. (Photo by Bruce Bennett/Getty Images)


When it comes to the Toronto Maple Leafs, if one thing is certain, it’s that nothing is certain.  A group of players has Leafs' Nation divided, particularly on what their season stats may look like, and whether or not they can even make the team.


With something like twenty forwards realistically having a shot to make the team, along with ten defenseman, training camp will be very interesting this year.  It may be the most interesting camp the club has had in recent years.


It will be exciting, edge of your seat television.  Players' chances of making the cut will go up by the day, down by the shift.  Every moment matters.


In fact, to think about it, it’s going to look something like the stock market has over the past few months, though Leafs fans hope the overall numbers are far higher than what we have experienced through mid 2009.


Ron Wilson and staff will be looking to buy low and sell high.  They’ll be looking for that next big stock which could take their entire portfolio farther then they could have ever hoped.


And with that, I present to you the Leafs Nation Live training camp stock market chart.


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