Found November 12, 2011 on Ranger Nation:
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… what a win. And what a goal by Sean Avery in the 1st period. Pure sniper shot there.  Dan Girardi once again played an AMAZING game and deserves to make the All-Star team already. Do not forget that the Dan Girardi write in campaign for the NHL All Star Game starts on Monday! 
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