Found August 18, 2013 on HockeyBuzz:
The days of Leo Komarov playing for the Toronto Maple Leafs may not be over. According to a report out of Russia on Saturday, the feisty winger indicated that he still has something to prove in North America and intends to return to the NHL. “I have not finished the NHL. I want to go back there.” Komarov said “After this season, I’m a free agent.” The 26-year-old winger chose...
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