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After one practice, Pavel Kubina already plans to stay here after this season.
“I would like to stick around that is for sure."
“It was always hard to play in this building and they have passionate fans and I am glad I can play for them now."
“If I play well for this team and they want me, I don’t want to go anywhere and test the water,” he said. “That is the way I am and hopefully it will go that way.”
Via Sam Carchidi, Philadelphia Inquirer.
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