Found November 08, 2011 on HockeyBuzz:
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I feel bad for Phil Kessel, I really do. He's leading the NHL in goals with 10 and points with 21. His team is currently first in their division with 19 points, and the Leafs actually look like they could be a playoff team for the first time since Matt Sundin was the captain and the lockout was just something fans feared "might" happen but he's still asked the same stupid question EVERY SINGLE TIM...
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