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Better Late Than Never
BRIAN CAZENEUVE
January 21, 2013
The frantic 48-game schedule, who's back from where (and in what kind of shape) and which milestones are approaching: Everything you need to know for 2013—starting with the team that will hoist the Cup
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January 21, 2013

Better Late Than Never

The frantic 48-game schedule, who's back from where (and in what kind of shape) and which milestones are approaching: Everything you need to know for 2013—starting with the team that will hoist the Cup

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ALEX EDLER

Canucks D

Salary cap at $3.25 million

The Jets' Travel

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Without interconference dates, no team in the East will suffer more than Winnipeg, which faces arduous trips simply to play against its rivals in the Southeast Division.

Teams That Could Have Used A Training Camp

The overhauled roster now includes rugged forward Jordan Staal, acquired from the Penguins to play with his brother Eric, and former Capitals sniper Alex Semin.

Columbus added goalie Sergei Bobrovsky and forward Nick Foligno, then traded away star winger Rick Nash to the Rangers for forwards Artem Anisimov and Brandon Dubinsky.

G.M. Joe Nieuwendyk picked up skilled forward Derek Roy from Buffalo and defenseman Aaron Rome from Vancouver, but also signed 40-year-olds Ray Whitney and Jaromir Jagr. They need time to jell.

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