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Pens (37-21-5, 17-13-3 road) at Avs (33-28-4, 18-14-1 home), Pepsi Center, 9:00 pm EDT Follow me on Twitter @JohnToperzer The Pittsburgh Penguin’s good health lasted all of 10 minutes Wednesday before Dallas defenseman Eric Nystrom checked Kris Letang into a possible second concussion. A period later, power-play puck carrier Steve Sullivan was felled with a lower-body injury. So muc...
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