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((HT: KHL)) All-Star games are what they are... made for TV events meant to please the crowd in attendance and the ones watching at home... So, the HQ doesn't quite know how to process what happened at the KHL All-Star Game when Ilya Kovalchuk had a bit of a break... The KHL found a figure skater to pair off with him... Dude needs some work...
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