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Topic - Darcy Tucker
Brian Burke walked the red carpet at Monday night's Hockey Hall of Fame induction ceremony and was determined not to go there. After doing an interview about former Toronto Maple Leafs center Mats Sundin, the general manager declined to talk about what everyone had no choice but to talk about: the NHL lockout.
"It's a little quiet around here for a hockey town," ex-Maple Leafs forward Darcy Tucker said.