Found August 20, 2013 on HockeyBuzz:
Will Toronto be able to repeat the same level of success they had during a lockout shortened 48 game schedule over a normal 82 game season? Will the additions of free agent winger David Clarkson and center Dave Bolland be a good fit and contribute to the improvement of the team? Will the pending free agent status of team captain Dion Phaneuf and leading scorer Phil Kessel or possible holdouts of...
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