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03-12-2013, 01:45 AM
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Ovechkin was used as a PP net presence by Russia in the Olympics... I don't know what that means here, but it's something.

Scott Niedermayer was usually on NJ's second PK pairing in real life. His softness hurt him more on the PK than at even strength, though he was good enough to deal with NHL-calibre second lines on the PK. Stevens and Daneyko played massive PK minutes together as the top PK pairing.

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