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Make sure to follow Travis on Twitter! -- Blink, and you might miss the next pending unrestricted free agent signing with another hockey franchise. With news breaking on Monday that two more blue line options -- Brad Stuart in San Jose, and Barret Jackman in St. Louis -- are off the board, the pickings in free agency continue to slim. Bryan Murray's order of finding a solid top-four defe...
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