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Playoffs? You kidding me? Why wait until the playoffs to grow an awesome mustache? Capitals defenseman and one-time Milan Lucic opponent John Erskine has decided to begin growing out his mustache as a part of "Movember" to promote men's health and raise money for prostate cancer research. "Hey guys, might be a bit early but I'm bringing back the stash!!" Erskine tweeted, along with a link to his "Mo Space" page.
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