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. Pierce, who led the Celtics to a 12-5 record during that span, averaged 22.3 points, 5.6 rebounds and 3.6 assists in March. He also played his 1,000th game with the Celtics against Portland on March 9, becoming the 16th player in NBA history to play in 1,000 games for a single franchise. HELSINKI, Finland -- If Leo Komarov has his way, hell be wearing a Toronto Maple Leafs sweater in the fall. The 25-year-old Finnish forward finally feels ready to make the jump to the NHL and hopes a deal can be worked out to make it happen once he finishes playing for the host country at the IIHF World Hockey Championship. "I hope so -- as fast as possible," said Komarov. "If they need me and they give me a good contract then I will go over there." Its an intriguing scenario for the Leafs. Drafted in the sixth round in 2006 by former GM John Ferguson Jr., Komarov has taken major strides over the last few years and was a key member of the Dynamo Moscow team that recently won the KHL championship. His Russian contract has one year remaining and reportedly includes an out clause that can be enacted after the world championship wraps up later this month. He wont be able to sign with Toronto until that happens. "Ive got a year in Dynamo left so I dont know if they will let me go," said Komarov. "Its my agents work." Naturally, the Leafs are taking a wait-and-see approach to the situation. They own Komarovs North American rights and will only have to give him an entry-level contract, which allows them to move him freely between the NHL and American Hockey League. Leafs GM Brian Burke believes Komarov can play in the NHL and scouts have the five-foot-10 winger projected as a checking-line player in the mould of Jarkko Ruutu. Steve Johnson Jersey
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