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D-men can jump at chances

Claude Julien's plan would enable defensemen to get more involved in attacks without the team allowing odd-man rushes. Claude Julien's plan would enable defensemen to get more involved in attacks without the team allowing odd-man rushes. (Essdras M Suarez/Globe Staff)
By Fluto Shinzawa
Globe Staff / September 21, 2008

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The low-supply, high-demand economics of offensive-minded defensemen kept the Bruins' checkbook closed this summer when other clubs paid top-shelf sums to the likes of Brian Campbell (eight years, $57 million), Wade Redden (six years, $39 million), and Mark Streit (five years, $20.5 million). (Full article: 602 words)

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