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Cycling for Charity

Crombeen, Conklin ride to raise money for visually impaired children

Saturday, 09.04.2010 / 12:18 PM / 2010 Offseason News
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Cycling for Charity
Blues players know a lot about teamwork.

A player doesn't typically score a goal without an assist or two from his teammates. And those goals wouldn't matter much if their goaltender didn't make timely saves for the team.

But on Saturday morning, Blues forward B.J. Crombeen and goaltender Ty Conklin learned a different sort of that involves two people balancing and pedaling together to ride a tandem bicycle.

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