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Toronto FC midfielder Alejandro Pozuelo named 2020 MLS MVP

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For the second time ever, a Toronto FC player has won the MLS MVP Award.

Major League Soccer announced on Monday that TFC midfielder Alejandro Pozuelo has been rewarded with this year’s Most Valuable Player award.

The 29-year old scored a team-high nine goals and tallied 10 assists in 23 games for The Reds this past season.

This was just the Spaniard’s second season in the MLS since being signed overseas after a four-year tenure with Belgian first division A club Genk.

Italian striker Sebastian Giovinco previously won the award for Toronto FC back in 2015.

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Bruins bolster offence with Taylor Hall acquisition

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The Boston Bruins have added some much-needed scoring depth as they look to move up the standings in the East division.

The team has acquired former MVP Taylor Hall and veteran forward Curtis Lazar from the Buffalo Sabres in exchange for forward Anders Bjork and a second-round pick in the 2021 NHL Draft.

Hall, 29, has struggled this season with the Sabres, posting just two goals and 19 assists in 37 games. But getting out of the toxic environment in Buffalo and onto a contending team in Boston will more likely than not get him out of his season-long funk and back to his All-Star ways.

He is in the final season of a one-year, $8 million contract and will be an unrestricted free agent again this offseason.

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This Miles Bridges dunk will make your jaw drop!

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I’m at a loss for words after watching this!

I think it’s safe to say this could be the dunk of the year. Well done Miles Bridges!

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Leafs acquire Nick Foligno, Stefan Noesen in three-team trade with Blue Jackets, Sharks

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The Toronto Maple Leafs have made a big splash ahead of the trade deadline.

The team announced it has acquired veteran forward Nick Foligno from the Columbus Blue Jackets and Stefan Noesen from the San Jose Sharks. As part of the deal, they have sent their 2021 first round draft pick and 2022 fourth rounder to the Blue Jackets, and a 2021 fourth round draft pick to the Sharks.

In order to fit him in the salary cap, the Leafs will only retain 25% of Foligno’s salary.

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