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The Columbus Blue Jackets are looking to move Marian Gaborik before the 2014 NHL trade deadline. The 31 year old right winger earns $7.5 million per season and is about to become an unrestricted free agent. With only 5 goals in 17 games played, Gaborik is on pace for 22 goals. He has lost his goal scoring touch and is no longer able to put up the 40+ goal seasons that he produced three times in
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