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You can follow Todd on Twitter @ToddCordell! Unrestricted free agents across the NHL can't yet sign a contract with a new team, but they can start fielding offers. It's been long reported that New Jersey Devils forward David Clarkson is going to cash in this off-season for a variety of reasons. One is teams always overpay in free agency, and with this being such a weak free agent class, Clar...
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