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According to The Detroit News, soon-to-be Free Agent Justin Schultz will NOT be coming to Detroit to play for the Red Wings.Many fans were getting excited about this 21 year old defensemen from the University of Wisconsin...but apparently, he has no interest in joining the greatest franchise in all of sports.There's about 5 or 6 General Managers reportedly trying to woo Schultz to their team - Ken Holland was one of them.  How can you say 'no' to Ken Holland?  He made it public that they'd garuntee him a roster spot...Make the jump for more. "I was told we are not on his list of teams.  We expressed our interest to his agent. They went over all the information today (Wednesday)." --Ken HollandIt's obviously not about the money - Schultz is only eligible for a two-year deal for an entry-level deal ($925,000 base salary, including $92,500 signing bonus, plus $2.85 million in performance bonuses for a $3.77 million cap hit).  According to Kenny, eve...
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