Found May 04, 2012 on Kukla's Korner:
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The Red Wings’ players begin their participation in the World Championships at 5:15 AM EDT today, when team USA faces off against France (on NBC Sports), and after Jimmy Howard and Justin Abdelkader get their feet wet, the rest of the Wings’ participant—with the exception of Pavel Datsyuk (who you can continue to vote for in EA Sports’ NHL 13 Cover Vote until May 10th)—will be in action at various times today. As IIHF.com’s John Sanful suggests in his Team USA preview, while Abdelkader will play a supporting role on the third line, the team’s expecting Howard to carry the mail in the crease: Continue reading "Red Wings overnight report/catchy uppy post 2: foreign-language news, Kronwall, Datsyuk and Helm"
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