Found January 17, 2013 on HockeyBuzz:
PLAYERS: Erik Karlsson
TEAMS: Ottawa Senators
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Make sure to follow Travis on Twitter! -- Despite serious questions about the caliber and depth of the blue line beyond Erik Karlsson, TSN's expert panel has projected the Ottawa Senators to finish seventh place in the Eastern Conference, returning to the post-season for the second time in as many years. It's a significant move north from last year's forecast, where most experts had Ottawa s...
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