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Quotes Of The Week: Wendel Clark, Hill Harper, Chris Nilan, Arlene Dickinson, Laura Vandervoort
January 12, 2014
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Wendel Clark

The fighting spirit was strong among this past week's guests. Former heart-and-soul Toronto Maple Leafs player Wendel Clark came by to launch Kraft Hockeyville, ex-Montreal Canadiens star Chris Nilan talked about the battles he faced after hockey and Bitten star Laura Vandervoort explained how martial arts training and a love of Buffy The Vampire Slayer made her a werewolf. On top of that, Hill Harper took a break from promoting his new film 1982 to discuss President Barack Obama's basketball skills.

We also got some great advice from Dragons' Den's Arlene Dickinson and got some fascinating insight into director Louise Archambault's new film, Gabrielle.

Check out the photo gallery featuring all of them above. And if you're so inspired, their respective interviews are below for viewing.

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