Found March 27, 2012 on The Pensblog:
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Kris Letang will miss tonight's game with a lower body injury; Ben Lovejoy will be having knee surgery and will miss 3-4 weeks. [Trib] Flyers goalie Ilya Bryzgalov is day-to-day because of a chip fracture in his right foot.  [Philly] Oilers forward Taylor Hall is out for the season, he is undergoing shoulder surgery. [CBC] Bob McKenzie thinks that the new Quebec arena doesn't guarantee the Coyotes will be moving there.  [TSN] The Sabres and Ryan Miller have a different mindset than they did the first half of the season.  [Puck Daddy] Braden Holtby will be in net tonight against the Sabres for the biggest game of his life.  [csn washington] Nashville's coach Barry Trotz has a chance to win his 500th game tonight  vs. the Blues.  [PHT] Adrian Dater is bitter, now he is going after the Avalanche's top players.  [Denver Post] The Sharks control their own destiny. [Puck Daddy] The [Wild] signed prospect Jason Zucker to an entry ...
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