NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman The Editor-in-Chief of The Hockey News, Jason Kay, tweeted in mid-October that there’s “strong speculation” the league will add a second team in Toronto and one in Quebec City via expansion. While the league denied the report within hours of its publication, there is some evidence to suggest that either, or both, of those markets could get an NHL team at some point in the future. The city council of Markham, a suburb of Toronto, is still examining plans to develop a $325 million arena, but it’s expected that former chairman of Bauer Performance Sports Ltd. Graeme Roustan and his partners will get the go-ahead on the 20,000 seat building. Not’s not all. There are other NHL-ready arenas being built in North American cities which do not have an NHL franchise. Continue reading the rest of the this article on Sportsnet.ca.