Found April 18, 2012 on Rotowire:
Just a few things that caught my eye ... Double digits -- the Pens can roll over now that they've saved face. Is it me or is it completely counterproductive for a guy to play hockey against a steamroller like Dustin Brown when it hurts his head to play tag with his kids? Yes, I'm talking to you, Daniel Sedin. C'mon. Orca's coach Alain Vigneault decided to go with the goalie who gave his team the best shot to win. OUCH. Check the day-old rack this summer for Roberto Luongo -- his best-before has expired in Vancouver. All of Canada, in fact. Trouble is, they won't get back half of the haul they would if they moved Cory Schneider. Welcome to the postseason, Milan Michalek. Ditto, Sergei Gonchar. It's about time you showed up. The Kings have been playing playoff hockey all season long. Too bad none of us watched or paid attention until now -- we might have taken a few more of them in playoff pools if we had. ...
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