PHILADELPHIA – Back troubles limited Randy Carlyle in recent weeks, but the Maple Leafs head coach was back on his feet and busy at draft weekend in Philadelphia. Yeezy 350 V2 Outlet . Carlyle, alongside team president Brendan Shanahan and general manager Dave Nonis, continued to hunt for the remainders of a coaching staff, following the dismissal of his three assistant coaches – including long-time no. 2 Dave Farrish – in early May. The Leafs plan on hiring two new assistant coaches to support Carlyle, who received a two-year contract extension after Farrish, Greg Cronin and Scott Gordon were fired. Touching down in the state of Pennsylvania with team personnel on Wednesday, Carlyle has been speaking with prospective candidates all week and throughout the early stages of summer. "We have a criteria," he said of the interview process, minutes before Fridays draft was to begin. "We sat down and we created a few boxes that we felt we needed to fill. "And its typical where youre in an interview process you look for peoples strengths and the experience is always a factor – where theyve worked before or who theyve worked with; have they ever been a head coach before; what programs have they run; what were their jobs with their previous employer; did they run power-play or penalty killing units. Those are the kind of things that typically go into an interview process." Though he managed to hold onto his job, significant alterations to his coaching staff were deemed necessary after a season that rapidly deteriorated into another playoff-less season. Absent answers to the wreckage amid the unraveling, Carlyle has finally digested what took place and is looking to turn the page. But he remains of the view that "compete" was the downfall of a club that tumbled out of a certain playoff position in the final weeks. "We didnt compete enough in the situations that we were presented with and consistently enough," said Carlyle, noticeably relaxed after a stressful season. Change is coming, he understands, and not just to the coaching staff. With a glut of unrestricted free agents – many of whom wont return – and multiple pieces to adjust and rearrange, the Leafs will resemble a different team in the fall. Just how different remains unclear, but it appears that youth should be part of the agenda with Morgan Rielly, Peter Holland, Carter Ashton, Jerry DAmigo, Petter Granberg, Josh Leivo among others in line to either garner more opportunity or earn NHL jobs. "Theyre going to be given more of an opportunity," Carlyle said. "Thats our plan. Our teams not going to be the same coming back. Its as simple as that. With the amount of unrestricted free agents that we have and the make-up of our group we know that some of those players wont be back with our hockey club." A favourite of Carlyle, in spite of his brief Toronto experience, Dave Bolland could be among them. The Leafs have engaged in a back and forth with the Bolland camp – fronted by agent Anton Thun – but have yet to find agreeable terms ahead of July 1st."Its not that were not speaking to each other," Nonis said Thursday, "its at this point we havent been able to find common ground for a deal." Bolland is one among many potential changes for the Leafs, who are also likely to shuffle their bottom-six forward group (with a glut of unrestricted free agents), defence, and backup goaltending position. Adjustment to the core group, following the second regular season collapse in three years, is also a distinct possibility. All of which means a busy offseason ahead for Carlyle and the Toronto management team. Yeezy 700 Vanta Buy Online . Gerald Green and Miles Plumlee? Green had bounced around the NBA when he wasnt playing overseas. The Pacers gave up on Plumlee after just one season. 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"(Argos linebacker Shane) Horton kind of stuck his hand out at the last minute and it was just over his hand, which was a perfect pass, I guess, and Manny actually caught it. "Thats the type of stuff we look for in his play. Hes a big receiver, a big target to go across the middle like that, catch balls, bounce off guys and still score. It was a very big play at that time, one of those momentum shifters." Ronnie Yells 31-yard interception return TD with 1:56 remaining cemented B.C.s 17th win in its last 19 meetings with Toronto, to the dismay of an announced season-high Rogers Centre gathering of 18,283. That boosted the Argos average attendance to 17,562 through four home dates. B.C. pulled into a third-place tie with Winnipeg (5-3) and Saskatchewan (5-2) in the West Division standings. Edmonton and Saskatchewan (both 6-1) are tied for first and with both the Eskimos and Riders having won earlier this weekend, the Lions had to beat Toronto to keep pace. "Shoot, weve got to keep winning," Glenn said. "You want to stay in the race, youve got to keep winning. "This is a pretty good race in the West." And its going to get even better Sunday when B.C. hosts Saskatchewan. Toronto played its second game in five nights after a 38-21 home win over Winnipeg on Tuesday night. B.C. did little offensively after going ahead 10-0 in the first and Ricky Rays 18-yard TD strike to Terrell Sinkfield just 16 seconds into the fourth put the Argos ahead 17-13. B.C. countered with Paul McCallums 32-yard field goal at 2:51 before going ahead 19-17 on his 27-yard boot at 5:30, set up by Tim Browns second 70-yard punt return. Arceneaux and Yell then clinched the win with their touchdowns. However, it was solid special-teams play by Brown (10 punt returns, 168 yards) and punter Ricky Schmitt (10 punts, 45.2-yard average) as well as stout defence -- Toronto mustered just 245 net offensive yards -- that gave Glenn and Co. the chance to come up big late in the game. "It was a team victory because those two aspects held us in the game, then we made some plays," said Lions head coach Mike Benevides. A fact not lost upon Toronto head coach Scott Milanovich. "I thought we got beat on special teams and on offence," he said. "We made too many mistakes, a fumble early and then getting stopped three times on short drives, our defence just got worn down." Toronto remains atop the East Division, four points ahead of Ottawa, Hamilton and Montreal (all 1-6 records). &"Its certainly better than not being in first place," Milanovich said. Yeezy 700 White Outlet. "The guys in that lockerroom arent proud of our record. "Were still focussed on getting better with each game and heading into the playoffs." Glenn finished 14-of-25 passing for 208 yards. Stefan Logan, replacing CFL rushing leader Andrew Harris (foot), ran for 145 yards and added five catches for 49 yards. Arceneaux recorded three receptions for a game-high 81 yards. "Its like we have two starting tailbacks on our team," Glenn said. "Its like the same situation with the quarterback position, weve got two starting quarterbacks on our team. "We didnt change our offence or anything for Stefan and he did the same things when Andrew is in there." B.C. quarterback Travis Lulay also saw his first game action, the first of his three series coming with the Lions leading 10-0 in the first quarter. Lulay spent the first six weeks on the injured list following off-season shoulder surgery, then came on the roster last week as Glenn has started every game for the Lions. "It was pretty close to what I wanted," Benevides said. "In the end it was the second phase of the process. "Last week was the sidelines, being a backup and listening to all the adjustments. Then this week was actually getting into the line of fire a little bit. That was important." B.C.s defence sacked Ray twice but applied consistent pressure throughout on the Toronto quarterback, who finished 23-of-39 passing for 181 yards with a TD but also two interceptions. "They were able to get a little bit of pressure but I just didnt play well," Ray said. "I tried to hang in there but I just didnt get the job done." B.C. got a break early in the third when Torontos Dwight Anderson recovered a Shawn Gore fumble following a six-yard catch and returned it to the B.C. 20-yard line. But Gore was ruled down by contact and the visitors maintained possession. McCallum booted three converts and four field goals. Torontos Swayze Waters kicked three field goals, a convert and single. NOTES -- Phoenix Suns rookie Tyler Ennis, a native of Brampton, Ont., participated in the pre-game coin flip . . . Toronto wore its white-and-blue signature jerseys while B.C. donned its black-and-orange uniforms . . . Glenn moved past Doug Flutie (41,355) into eighth in all-time passing yards . . . Running back Andrew Harris (foot) didnt play, a huge blow for the Lions considering he accounted for 31 per cent of the clubs offence to this point . . . It was a somewhat eventful afternoon for B.C. offensive linemen Jovan Oliafoye and Dean Valli. A CFL source said both had to spend an hour in an elevator at the team hotel after it got stuck between floors. Fortunately the problem was fixed . . . Lions defensive back Ryan Phillips appeared in his 170th straight game. The 10-year veteran has never missed a game in his CFL career . . . Veteran punter Noel Prefontaine retired as an Argo on Sunday. Prefontaine played 14 of his 16 CFL seasons with Toronto and was part of two Grey Cup-winning squads (04, 12). ' ' '