Found January 11, 2012 on Washington Times:
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Tomas Kundratek thought his career was going nowhere in the New York Rangers' organization. Not only was he in the American Hockey League with the Connecticut Whale, but he wasn't playing a whole lot, either. "I was waiting, waiting until probably it was the seventh game I was a healthy ...
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