Found July 06, 2012 on HockeyBuzz:
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I have a ton of respect for Denver Post hockey head, Adrian Dater. Adrian's latest blog post asks the question: Should the Avs give up on at-times brilliant centreman, Paul Stastny? The Avs fan base must feel about Stastny how some Sabres fans feel about Thomas Vanek. Streaky. Long stretches of brilliance interrupted by weeks of silence. Dater doesn't think the Avs will be tradin...
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