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The Daily: Karlsson to Pittsburgh Talks Stalled; NHL Trade Rumors

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The latest NHL trade rumors continue on and as some sources have the Pittsburgh Penguins in on Erik Karlsson, Pittsburgh Hockey Now has Kyle Dubas shopping for backup plans for Erik Karlsson. Dan Kingerski reports that multiple sources have told him that not only are talks stalled, but Dubas and company are seeking out other defenseman should a deal for Karlsson not work out.

In other trade rumors, the Detroit Red Wings dance with Alex DeBrincat continues to generate rumors like crazy, but nothing to show for it. So much so, it’s offering sarcasm aplenty:

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