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Say what you will from a personnel standpoint, but the 2013 offseason for the Philadelphia Flyers is such that you have to wonder what larger force at work is telling us that the unexpected always cuts both ways. Late Thursday night, word filtered down from Canada’s capital region that center, captain and star Claude Giroux suffered a freak injury while playing golf and had to undergo surgery to correct the problem. Multiple sources from major outlets in the region indicated that Giroux suffered cuts and lacerations to the tendon in his right index finger when a golf club he was …Continue reading »
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