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After that little boondoggle regarding Zach Parise’s father perhaps furthering New York Rangers’ fans desires to see Zach Parise turn turncoat…It’s pretty bloody obvious that, regardless of their obvious loyalty to their current employers, both players can expect to have Brinks trucks backed up to their off-season homes and the rest of their careers very comfortably taken care of on a financial basis by the vast majority of the league’s 29 teams other than their own this summer—with perhaps a little pressure put upon them by their own agents to cash in on both an incredibly thin free agent crop and perhaps the last, best chance to land a “lifetime” contract before they’re wiped out of the next CBA… And the Philadelphia Inquirer’s Sam Carchidi figures that if Newsday can get away with treason (and if we are to believe what we read from one Damien Cox, the Devils’ financial issues are much worse than those of the money-bleeding organization in Nashville), Flyers fans can dare to dream,
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