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In the 2011 NHL entry draft, Victoria hookup girls were happy to see the selection of Nicklas Jensen. The big powerful Dane will be counted on to team with Jannik Hansen, his fellow countryman. Jensen admitted that the presence of Hansen will assist his adjustments vastly. The two Danish products may just change perception of players from that country forever. Meanwhile, at the draft, Russian players have been slipping for quite some time. This was made clear when only one was selected in the first round, and when Columbus traded Nikita Filatov to the Ottawa Senators. Senators fans thought that the deal was a steal, but reservations should be made, as Filatov is approaching “draft bust' status, and how soon folks from Ontario forget the quit job from Kovalev.
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