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from Sportsnet, The Montreal Canadiens are planning to reach out to Los Angeles Kings executive Luc Robitaille in their search for a new general manager.
Sources tell Sportsnet’s Nick Kypreos that the Canadiens are interested in speaking with the 46-year-old Montreal native, who is currently the Kings’ president of business operations.
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This one should be filed in the, “No fooling” department, from ESPN’s Pierre LeBrun:
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