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Already with a remarkably different roster than the one in place in January, Toronto Maple Leafs general manager Brian Burke now has some turnover in the front office as assistant GM and director of hockey operations Jeff Jackson has left the team.

Considered a salary-cap expert, Jackson is one of the last members of the Leafs management staff who worked under former GM John Ferguson.

Jackson was drafted by the Leafs in the second round in 1983 and played briefly for Toronto from 1984-85 to 1986-87.

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