Found June 15, 2012 on NESN.com:
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In recent years, the actual prospects selected in the NHL Draft have often become secondary to the wheeling and dealing done during draft weekend. When the brain trusts of all 30 teams gather in one place, plenty of business gets done. Draft weekend may be second only to the trade deadline when it comes to making deals, and this year's draft next Friday and Saturday in Pittsburgh promises to be no different. Big name veterans like Rick Nash, Roberto Luongo and Jay Bouwmeester could be on the move, and a deal for the rights to pending free agent Ryan Suter...
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