Found January 13, 2014 on HockeyBuzz:
Presumably teams pushing for a playoff berth wouldn't often consider dealing their second leading point-producer and a player who is also an associate captain. Typically teams make trades to improve their odds of making the postseason and moving Brandon Dubinsky, depending on the potential return of course, wouldn't seem to make Columbus better. Yet Bruce Garrioch says he keeps hearing that the Ja...
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