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Why the NHL Should Send Its Players to the 2018 Olympics

In 2018, some of the finest athletes in the world will gather in Pyeongchang, South Korea, to compete in the Winter Olympics. Few events at the tournament will receive more attention than ice hockey, so it’s ironic that the event may end up being played between competitors who are clearly not the best in the world at the sport. That’s because NHL players' participation is still in question.
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