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by Paul on 09/14/13 at 07:40 PM ET
from Steve Simmons of the Toronto Sun,
- If Phil Kessel wants to continue playing with the Leafs — and all indications are he does — it shouldn’t be all that complicated getting him signed. Assuming he plays at his usual close to point-a-game level, Kessel will fall in somewhere below Corey Perry’s $8.6 million a year and probably close to the $8.2 million Ryan Getzlaf is earning with the Anaheim Ducks
- Six teams have started training camp over the salary cap: Detroit, Philadelphia, Boston, San Jose, Los Angeles and Pittsburgh. All will have to be at cap or below when the season begins.
- It’s amazing, really. If you’re following training camps around the NHL, everybody is having a good camp, every team looks great and every player will bounce back from their off-season of a year ago.
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