Found April 07, 2012 on Kukla's Korner:
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We’re seeing more than the usual share of backups and a mix of kids ad oldsters from the AHL as the season winds down. Some teams are slotted in and want to give their #1 a rest. And some, well because they don’t have a choice. The Washington Capitals fall into the latter category, and the big arrow stops on… Dany Sabourin!  Continue reading "Who is that Masked Man—callups and signings"
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