Found January 19, 2014 on Pro Sports Daily:
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Ryane Clowe was already dead to some fans due to another concussion. When Clowe was signed this summer during free agency, fans weren’t sure how to feel about the move. When news broke that Clowe’s contract was for 5-years and for 24 and a quarter million dollars (with a no-move clause), people were even more worried about if this investment would pan out. When Clowe went down, all seemed to be lost and the Devils were still “stuck” with him. Now, he is proving to all the non-believers (including me) that he can be a very productive player when put next to the right guys. In the 6 games in October before Clowe got hurt, the team was 0-3-3 and Clowe only registered 1 assist in the second game of the season against the New York Islanders. Ryane Clowe officially returned on December 27th against the Columbus Blue Jackets in a game they also lost. He won his first game as a New Jersey Devil on December 28th against the New York Islanders. He has registered 2 goals and 8 points sinc...
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