Say What?!? - March 3

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"I think this is a poor analogy, but it's like going to the chair. It's more or less inevitable. When you have veteran players in the locker room and they can help another team, it's something that ends up happening and you accept it as part of the game."

- Carolina Hurricanes defenseman Aaron Ward on preparing to get dealt at the trade deadline.

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