Found July 15, 2013 on HockeyBuzz:
The Maple Leafs may have some drama over the summer months in re-signing their four unsigned restricted free agents. Forward Nazem Kadri indicated on Friday that negotiations between the club and his representatives are ongoing, as well as with defensemen Cody Franson, Mark Fraser and Carl Gunnarsson. Both Fraser and Gunnarsson filed for salary arbitration and may sign a contract extension befo...
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