Found January 24, 2012 on Kukla's Korner:
PLAYERS: Brad Stuart
TEAMS: Detroit Red Wings
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If Brad Stuart decides to play closer to home and Nick Lidstrom decides to re****, two of their top 4 defensemen will have to be replaced. from Ansar Khan of Mlive, The Detroit Red Wings haven’t started contract talks with Brad Stuart because the defenseman hasn’t decided where his future lies—in Detroit or closer to his home on the West Coast. If it were strictly a hockey-related decision, it would be easy, Detroit would be Stuart’s first choice. But his wife and kids, two young sons and a stepdaughter in high school, live in San Jose, and that is where they must stay. So it has been difficult for Stuart being away from his family for long stretches, flying to the West Coast and back during breaks in the schedule. “It is going to be a tough decision,” Stuart said. “It’s not going to be all based on hockey and what I want for my career. It’s going to be a little bit (about) family, which is important. Those are things I still have to kind of sort out, try to figure out what’s go...
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