Found April 27, 2012 on HockeyBuzz:
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TSN’s Darren Dreger gave his take on the interest Vancouver’s Roberto Luongo will draw from NHL clubs in need of goaltending upgrade, concluding that the return that GM Mike Gillis will get will be less than first thought and that for the Canucks to get anything significant back for the 33 year old netminder, they may have to take back a sizeable contract from their trading partner to make the...
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