Found April 05, 2013 on Kukla's Korner:
It didn't just seem like it took two weeks for the Red Wings to actually sign Northern Michigan University goalie Jared Coreau after TSN's Bob McKenzie reported that the Wings signed a tentative agreement with the 6'5" netminder...It really did take sixteen days between McKenzie's Tweet and the Red Wings' official confirmation of said 3-year entry-level contract. Accoring to the Marquette Mining Journal's Matt Wellens, Coreau feels that signing with the Wings was more than worth the wait: Continue reading "New Red Wings prospect Jared Coreau’s giddy about joining the organization"
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