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Change changing places, root yourself to the ground: Who's coming, who's going? Will the Pens find a partner for Kris Letang on Sunday? -- Just a quick post today. I hope you don’t get annoyed by my bringing different takes to obvious situations. I could’ve easily written about Sidney Crosby signing his deal only, but you can get that information from about a thousand differe...
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