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We'll start this one by saying we can't even remember who the Pens' "enforcer" was last year.  Steve McIntyre?  It might have been Eric Godard.  Not really important.  Arron Asham played the role, as well.   The Pens have decided to change things up a bit and, instead of going for an ooga-ooga type of enforcer, they've gone for somebody that can skate and has a hint of speed.  Enter Tanner Glass.     We'll look into him more as the season approaches, but Tanner Glass is now a Penguin.        
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