Found December 12, 2011 on NY Post:
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Last year’s blunder is this season’s bright idea. Ilya Kovalchuk says a little communication makes all the difference. Moving lifetime left wing Kovalchuk away from the position where he earned his $100 million contract was a decision that will be forever cited among those that cost John MacLean...
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