Found July 13, 2012 on HockeyBuzz:
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Jonathan Bernier expects to be the starting goaltender for another team by the beginning of next season. The Toronto Maple Leafs clearly are looking to upgrade between the pipes. Sounds like a match made in heaven…….well, not really. The backup for the Los Angeles Kings stated this morning while spending the day with the Stanley Cup in Laval, Quebec that he requested to be moved before the...
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