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Nylander makes them more whole at center

By Kevin Paul Dupont
Globe Columnist / March 21, 2004

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It isn't coincidence that Page 488 of the 2004 NHL Official Guide & Record book lists two pretty good centers, Michael Nylander and Adam Oates, one after the other. That's right. Even the Neanderthals who love hockey (see byline above) adhere to the cultural acceptance of alphabetical order. It just so happens, in this case, that placing "Ny" ahead of ... (Full Article: 959 Words)

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