Found November 15, 2011 on LA Times:
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Anaheim claimed Hagman on reentry waivers Monday from the Calgary Flames. Coach Randy Carlyle says Hagman will get the chance to play once he gets a work permit.Anaheim claimed Hagman on reentry waivers Monday from the Calgary Flames. Coach Randy Carlyle says Hagman will get the chance to play once he gets a work permit.
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