Found February 20, 2013 on Capitals Outsider:
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It's official - Brooks Laich joined Twitter. There have been petitions in the past to get him to join (which he ignored), but he is now tweeting from @brookslaich. Welcome to Twitter, Brooks!The post Brooks Laich Joins Twitter (Finally) appeared first on Capitals Outsider.
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