By James Bisson – 14 hours ago

TORONTO — The queue to add a third NHL team in Ontario got a little more crowded Friday.

A new group has come forward with a proposal to launch a second NHL franchise in Toronto. They have a name - the Toronto Legacy - and even a sweater and logo.

What they don't have apparently is any official support from the league, which said Thursday it knew nothing about so-called Toronto Legacy Group.

There was no immediate response from the NHL following Friday's announcement.

The NHL, which currently has its hands full with BlackBerry boss Jim Balsillie's bid to buy the Phoenix Coyotes and move them to Hamilton, has said it has no current plans to move a franchise or expand.