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I spent much of the day calling around my buddies trying to find out if the Roberto Luongo to the Oilers for Sam Gagner had any truth to it. Eventually I received some information that makes way too much sense for it not to be legitimate. Let's start with Devan Dubnyk, because the only reason the Oilers would move for a goalie is if they weren't happy with the one they have now. I was reass...
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