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The Free Press's Helene St. James has taken Wings fans on quite the analytical journey through the team's roster, spotlighting a host of key performers for the 2012-2013 season, and this morning, she discusses the literal and figurative impact Jordin Tootoo may have upon the Red Wings' lineup: Looking at money: Salary for 2012-13 is $1.7 million, start of three-year, $5.7-million deal. Looking back: Tootoo, 29, spent the last eight seasons with the Nashville Predators, where he gained a reputation as a pest. He spent the last year working especially hard on developing his offensive skills while still managing to rack up 92 penalty minutes. He saw limited action in playoffs, where he played just 6 minutes in Game 3 of the five-game series against the Red Wings. Continue reading "Red Wings overnight report: on Tootoo, Tatar and talking shop"
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