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Bob McKenzie of TSN joined NHL Live today for about 6 minutes.  The topics he discussed were the not so good teams, the old and young players performing well, the Roberto Luongo situation, Scott Gomez, the unsigned RFAs and the Lupul signing in Toronto. Watch the interview below... Continue reading "Bob McKenzie With The Latest On The Hot NHL Topics"
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