Found June 21, 2013 on HockeyBuzz:
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The Toronto Maple Leafs apparently have raised their offer to the Los Angeles Kings for restricted free agent goaltender Jonathan Bernier, according to Comcast’s Tim Panaccio. Panaccio reports that while the Philadelphia Flyers maintain interest in Bernier, sources indicate that Leafs GM Dave Nonis has significantly anted up the price to pry the 24 year old netminder from the Kings and that h...
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