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Two more veterans landed with NHL teams on Tuesday as centre Jeff Halpern signed a one-year, $600,000 (U.S.) contract with the Montreal Canadiens and former Leafs centre Kyle Wellwood agreed to a training camp tryout with the Phoenix Coyotes.

While there are still quite a few free agents left to be signed, Burke said he would not be adding any more bodies to his lineup.

"We're going with this [roster]unless something miraculous happens," he said. "This is the group. We're going to start with this."

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Burke added that he expected the Leafs will be improved because they would have recently acquired players such as Phil Kessel, Jean-Sébastien Giguère, Dion Phaneuf and Fredrik Sjostrom for a full season.

Among the unrestricted free agents still searching for contracts are Brendan Morrison, Darcy Tucker, Jose Theodore, Bill Guerin, Marek Svatos, Ray Emery, Owen Nolan, Ruslan Fedotenko, Marc-Andre Bergeron, Nigel Dawes and Patrick O'Sullivan.

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