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It wouldn't be a NHL game involving the Pittsburgh Penguins without a player leaving the game injured, would it? The answer is no it wouldn't. Pens' forward Chris Kunitz left the game near the end of the second period after taking a nasty hit along the boards.Go ahead, read the rest »
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