Found April 27, 2013 on HockeyBuzz:
poll by twiigs.com Carolina (19-24-4, 10-10-3 Road) at Pens (35-12, 17-6 Home), Consol, 7:38 pm ET Welcome back Jordan. Thanks for the six great seasons, especially the back-to-back Stanley Cup appearances. We couldn’t have done it without out you. And oh yeah, thank you for turning down the Penguins’ 10-year, $60-million offer last summer. Thank you for choosing family over...
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