Found November 09, 2011 on Barry Melrose Rocks:
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Colorado and Detroit! One of the better rivalries of the past 10-15 years! Pavel Datsyuk has been one of the best talents in teh game for many years now, and he is doing a little stick hadling in the offensive zone. ****, Jonathan Ericsson don't care. He just wants to go home and play XBox.
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