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With an abundance of young forwards with star potential in Edmonton, veteran forward Ales Hemsky could find himself on the way out sooner than later. According to a report from TheFourthPeriod.com, the New Jersey Devils are among several teams looking to add a playmaking winger to their roster and they could be targeting Oilers forward Ales Hemsky TheFourthPeriod cited that the Oilers need a...
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