Found January 22, 2013 on The Pensblog:
PLAYERS: Ryan Whitney
TEAMS: Edmonton Oilers
Edmonton-oilers-toronto
Ryan Whitney drawing comparisons between the Pens and Oilers. Sean Leahy with a piece on Neal and Malkin. Speaking of Neal and Malkin, that line is now called the Weekend at Bernie's line. Blades of Steel City breaks down a couple key passes from Rangers game. NHL.com explains the new hand rules. A Paul MacLean doppelganger was at the Sens game last night.  This is actually pretty scary: diabeetus
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