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Hockey Day in America 2011 February 20, 2011

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Hockey Day In America
CHICAGO - FEBRUARY 20: Television hockey commentator and former NHL head coach and player Eddie Olczyk (L) skates with the Stanley Cup as kids participate in a youth clinic as part of Hockey Day in America at Millennium Park on February 20, 2011 in Chicago, Illinois. The National Hockey League and NBC sponsored the event, which includes a slate of NHL games on Sunday, as part of Hockey Weekend Across America, a nationwide initiative to celebrate the game and those involved at all levels and t...

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