Found August 07, 2013 on The 6th Sens:
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With reports indicating that former captain Daniel Alfredsson is back in town skating at the Sensplex, it was appropriate for Jason Spezza to make a radio appearance to kickstart his candidacy for the Sens vacant captaincy.  Spezza for captain in 2013/14 whoo!  Fortunately, with the emerging popularity of bloggers transcribing radio interviews, it means one thing: Spezza speaks, Lund translates and I can pillage most of the content while adding in my own commentary. If you want to listen to the interview itself, you can check out the Team 1200's Facebook page or stream it at the bottom of the post. As always, my thoughts are in bold. On Alfie's departure... “Alfie called me the day before free agency and we talked, we had a good talk. I was really surprised — I think as anybody was — to hear that he was going to move on. I respect his decision as a player and I think he wants to have a chance to win and he wanted to go somewhere else and kind of see...
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